Red 1970 GTO convertible as seen at the Automobilia Moonlite carshow in the Oldtown District of Wichita Kansas on the night of July 12th 2003. This picture was taken by Stephan Wright. Stephan commented, "This carshow is one big block party spread over approximatly ten city blocks with close to 1000 cars entered and about five different bands playing till midnite when all the cars fire up and leave the show cruising thru downtown Wichita. Last year one of the better burnouts during the cruise was of course done by a GOAT." CLICK->
Yellow 1970 GTO burning out at the 2002 Ark City Kansas Pontiac Uprising. This picture was taken by Stephan Wright. CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 Judge hardtop owned by Rick & Bev Hediger from Sellersville, Pennsylvania. Rick and Bev tells us, "I March of 1990 we traded our 65 GTO hardtop for this Judge. It needed a complete restoration. It sat in our barn until January of 2002. A lot has happened in the last 18 months and a lot more still has to happen but it is getting there. It was originally equipped with a Ram Air III, close ratio 4-speed and 3.90 posi. The original motor is gone (I have a correct one) but the rest of the drivetrain is intact. We are currently doing the interior. Next year we plan to rebuild and install the correct motor." CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 Judge hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 Judge hardtop, front end view. Looks like an old station wagon in the background. Is that a 64 or 65 Tempest? CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 Judge hardtop, right side view. CLICK->
Here's a vintage magazine ad featuring a white 1970 Judge hardtop and a model. CLICK->
Black 1970 Judge hardtop owned by Kevin Williams from Reno, Nevada. Kevin added, "I just got this a few weeks ago!!! It's a great running car!!! And I get stopped by all kinds of people asking me questions about the car. The Judge lives!!!!" CLICK->
Picture of a white 1970 GTO. Here's what the submitter of this photo had to say, "Here is a 70 GTO my brother had about 10 years ago. I remember the engine was out of the car and it was a 4 speed. It had a purple stripe on the sides like Starsky and Hutch style. My brother sold it to a friend." CLICK->
Blue 1970 GTO with a white vinyl top sent in by Ronald Hamm Jr. CLICK->
Blue 70 GTO convertible owned by George Pentesco from Niagara-On-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada. This car had a frame off restoration 10 years ago. CLICK->
Black 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Darius Kuehne from Seguin, Texas. Darius comments about his car, "I bought it in 1979 from the manager of a pizza place for $700. I had to eat pizza for 38 consecutive days until I talked him into selling it. He finally gave in and sold it for the down payment on a VW Rabbit." CLICK->
Yellow 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Thomas Crosby from Ledyard, Connecticut. Thomas added, "I purchased several days ago from a friend who took 8 years to restore it. Still needs minor cosmetic work, but otherwise great condition." CLICK->
Yellow 1970 GTO hardtop, left front view. This color looks similar to Orbit Orange. CLICK->
Yellow 1970 GTO hardtop, right side view. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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