by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Here's the interior in Thomas's yellow 1970 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Yellow 1970 GTO hardtop, left side engine view.
CLICK-> Yellow 1970 GTO hardtop, right side engine view.
CLICK-> Here is Jim Farrow's 1970 Ram Air IV Judge taken back in 1970 when he was 19! Jim comments, "I met my wife cruising in it. It had a M21 tranny with 3.90 Posi and a hood tach. I had the hood inserts painted gloss black. I'm giving it the thumbs up!"
Ahhh. This is great. Imagine being 19 with a brand new '70 Judge and looking for love. By contrast, when I was 19, I was driving my Mom's 1972 Pinto. It was not the ideal car to go looking for a wife in. The brown Pinto made the girls laugh and run away!
CLICK-> Gold 1970 GT-37 sport coupe with the sport stripe option. It may even have a spoiler on the trunk.
CLICK-> Atoll Blue 1970 LeMans Sport convertible owned by Mikael Lindqvist from Sweden. Mikael comments, "I bought the car on internet just by looking at some bad photos. I got the car shipped to the harbour in San Fransisco then to Sweden. I got it home the 20th of June 2003. It was very exciting to see the car for the first time when I picked it up at the harbour in Ghotenburg. I have drove the car 600 miles since then and it works great."
CLICK-> Atoll Blue 1970 LeMans Sport convertible, interior view. The car is optioned well: 400 ci engine, power disc brakes, air conditioning, power windows, power top, electric clock, tinted windows, AM/FM radio, remote mirror, bucketseats, and glove compartment lamp.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Bob Fulton from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. This is a 1-of-158 convertibles made with a 455ci engine and a 4 speed manual transmission. It's got power steering, and manual drum brakes. Bob is the second owner. He got it in 1975.
CLICK-> Dale Kimble sent in this picture along with this story, "This car was my Dad's when he was younger. It was painted Royal Blue and had the standard 400/350hp and TH400. The picture was taken in the late 70's and it still has the snow tires on the back from the Canadian winter. The car was sold shortly after for $700 after the motor blew and was crushed sometime in the eighties. I just turned 17 and my very first car is - yes, a 70 GTO and it's in on our hoist being torn down. It is optioned the exact same as my Dad's with the exception being the factory air. I will post some restoration pic's of mine soon."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible owned by Jim Martini from Anoka, Minnesota. Jim tells us, "This is my first GTO. It was purchased in Pontiac, Illinois. I flew down one way after locating it, bought it & had a great road trip home! A rare combination convertertible with power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, tilt wheel, cruise, rally package, tinted glass, remote mirror, power trunk release, am/fm Delco stereo, rust free & straight as a razor. A real head turner & trophy winner!"
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible, left rear view. Jim's car has Rally II wheels, Judge stripes, and the Judge spoiler.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible, engine view. Nice!
CLICK-> Here's the interior in Jim's Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible, left front view.
CLICK-> Look at the scenic setting for this photograph. Pepper Green 1970 Judge hardtop owned by Todd Becker from Bismarck, North Dakota. The stripes are reflective. Todd added, "I just purchased this 4 speed PHS documented Judge in the Fall of 2003. It was originally from Bozeman, Montana and made its way to Sioux Falls, South Dakota and then to Minnesota. Now it's home is in North Dakota. I'm trying to track down the original Ram Air III engine. Anyone know where it is?"
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