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Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, left front view. CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, front end view. Nice! CLICK->
Pepper Green 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Tim Smolinski from Vienna, Virginia. Tim tells this story, "I bought this GTO from the original owner in 2001. It's a 1970 GTO hardtop with a Ram Air III engine, M21 close ratio four-speed, and a 3.90 rear. The car has 16,000 original miles and is all original including most of the exterior paint. The car even had the original belts and hoses when I bought it. The only other options on the car are a hood tach, console and a clock." CLICK->
Orbit Orange 1970 Judge hardtop pictured at a car show in Illinois. This is a cool picture. CLICK->
Steve Hill picked up this 1970 GTO out of this field in the fall of 2003. It's been sitting here since 1987. Steve tells us, "This is my new project! I know it looks like a hooptie now, but just wait. It got a 400ci engine, 4 speed, with a #s matching drive train. It will be restored to original and painted Bermuda Blue again. I love it already!" CLICK->
This is one of the most beautiful photos on the website. Yes, the car is ratty-looking, but look, a GTO is being saved from extinction! This photo was made on a momentous occasion. Steve placed his 1970 GTO project car on a trailer and took it home. To some people, it just looks like a hopeless junker. To the GTO faithful, this car is "not that bad". It is restorable! Can you guess how much money it will take to make this a show winner? Go ahead and leave your comments in the "comments" section, below. CLICK->
Red 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Doug Donnelly from Iola, Kansas. Doug bought the car in December of 1987 for $500 with no engine, tranny, tires or wheels. It had a solid body and interior. Now it has 1970 455ci engine, a Turbo 400 automatic, and a 3.55 12-bolt rear. CLICK->
Red 1970 GTO hardtop, left rear view. CLICK->
Black 1970 T-37 owned by Dale and Paulette Satterlee from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. Dale tells us, "My Mother purchased the car new here in Hopkinsville. It is going through the 1st real cleanup in 33 years. Still runs like a scalded dog - HA HA. Maybe on this site we will be able to find some more owners. They only made 1419 of this model." CLICK->
Here's a closeup of the trunk lid emblems on Dale's 1970 T-37. Looks like the car was green at one time. The Tempest emblem is attached with nuts. The T-37 appears to be glued on. CLICK->
Dale and Paulette start a two and a half year restoration on their 1970 T-37. CLICK->
The engine gets a fresh coat of paint. CLICK->
You are standing in the garage, admiring some new paint. The front clip goes back on along with a fresh coat of Salsa Red paint. CLICK->
Here is a shot of the finished Salsa Red 1970 T-37 hardtop wearing a set of Cragars. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Stephen Brown (stephen.@clickandgroove.com) - "Great site. Packed. I'm producing a new show for History Channel called "Full Throttle" - when we do GTOs we'll give you a call."