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The interior in Michael's black 1970 GTO is white and gray. CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO owned by Keith Stevens from Newark, Ohio. He's the fourth owner even though he's owned it since 1974! It has ladder bars for traction control. CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
Russell A. Zangrilli from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania found this white 1970 GTO just 20 miles from his home. Russell had this to say, "This is not a Judge but rather a 1970 Ram Air IV GTO with 50140 miles showing on the odometer. I had PHS run the VIN and verify this
car. It has the original XP code motor with 2040270 WA 2029 matching carb, XK 3.90 code rear, AM-FM 8 track, and an in-dash tach. This car
is solid with no rust on the body or underneath. It is actually the cleanest one I have ever laid eyes on. I had to buy this car even I still do not know what I'm going to do with it or keep it." CLICK->
White 1970 GTO hardtop, interior view. This one has the Rally Gauge package with the in-dash tach. CLICK->
White 1970 GTO hardtop, trunk view. The floor mat and tire cover look original! CLICK->
Here's the invoice. The exterior paint color was originally MM (Pepper Green) while the interior was 58 (black). You can spot the $558.20 4BBL R/A IV (Ram Air IV engine), $239.08 RADIO STEREO (AM-FM Stereo), and the $133.76 TAPE-STEREO (8-track player). That's a lot of money back then for the radio/tape player! Note that we pasted the photo on top of the invoice. It's there to fill in the blank spot on the paper. The photo also shows the reflective properties of the "The Judge" stripes. CLICK->
Black 1970 T-37 owned by Pat Shavce from Brooklyn, Connecticut. He's owned it since 2000. It was originally gold with a painted black top. The 350ci engine was changed to a 1966 421ci engine. CLICK->
Black 1970 T-37, looking up the right side. Pat says the interior is now black too. CLICK->
Here's that 1966 421 before it went into Pat's black 1970 T-37. CLICK->
Baja Gold 1970 Judge owned by Troy and Peg from Wisconsin. They had this story to tell, "Our Judge is a true survivor automobile. Hurst 4 speed, 3.90 rear end, Safe-T-Track, AM/FM, Ram Air III. It is all original including muffler, paint, interior, etc. The car is fully documented and has only 49,000 miles. Most of the tags and markings are still present. The car won East Coast Nationals for un-restored GTOs prior in the mid-1990's. Until 1999, the car had 36,000 documented miles. A former owner (1999-2002) decided to drive the vehicle a little too much. Today, its for rare trips to the drive-in with our daughter. We love it." CLICK->
Baja Gold 1970 Judge, left rear view. CLICK->
Baja Gold 1970 Judge, front end view. CLICK->
Pictures of a black 1970 GTO hardtop sent in by Ronald S Hamm Jr. This one has a tan interior and a black vinyl top. CLICK->
Black 1970 GTO hardtop, left front view. It's wearing a set of Rally II wheels. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Brien Curtis (vanbrien.@aol.com) - "Your site is way cool, well organized, hats off to you guys! I had one in high school and would like to restore one to be one I used to have."