by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Does a 1972 GTO front clip fit on a 1970 GTO? YES. This 1970 GTO with a 1972 front clip is owned by MD from East Bangor, Pennsylvania. He has had it since 1985. MD tells us more, "It's a real Ram Air III car so I bought everything to change back to the real thing. I bought a 1970 front clip and the Ram Air stuff - original not aftermarket. The 1972 front clip is for sale so I can afford a new paint job. I will work with price when removing nose as always there is hidden flaws. I never did anything to the outside of this car. It is as I bought it."|
CLICK-> Another shot of this 1970 GTO with a 1972 front clip. MD describes the color as UGLY. It's got a Tri-Power.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible owned by Scott Schiel from Toledo, Ohio. Scott tells us, "I bought this from the original owner in June of 2004. It has 78,000 miles on it. When I took the carpet out, the floor boards were in perfect condition. The car is very fast and one of 114 made like this in 1970 according to PHS."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> White 1970 LeMans hardtop owned by Chris Massey taken at the Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington. This car has a GTO hood and rear spoiler. Chris tells us more, "I bought the car about two years ago. It is used as an everyday driver and is in the process of getting a new interior. It has a 400ci engine with Ram Air III #13 Heads. It has been balanced and blueprinted with forged pistons & 385 Snyder Cam, Holley 750 vacuum secondary, Edelbrock Torker II manifold, HEi with Accel Coil, Mallory Comp 110 electric fuel pump, turbo 400 Transmission with a stage II shift kit and transmission cooler, and a 3.85 Posi differential."
CLICK-> White 1970 LeMans hardtop, right side view. Fairchild Air Force Base is located 12 miles west of the city of Spokane, Washington adjacent to US Highway 2 and 3 miles north of Interstate 90. The base covers approximately 4,300 acres.
CLICK-> Mint Turquoise 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop owned by Ric and Marni Markoski from Little Egg, New Jersey. Ric and Marni tell us more, "We bought this car from its second owner. It is basically a stock vehicle. It's a LeMans Sport with a few GTO parts added to the mix. We debadged the car to give it a sleeker look, added 15" Rally IIs with 60 series tires, a 68 GTO hood, and 71 style sport mirrors. The car has factory buckets and a console automatic floor shift. It has a stock 350, dual exhausts with turbo mufflers and stainless tips. We had new metal installed on the body where needed and the factory Mint Turquoise color shot on the entire car. Then a fresh cordova vinyl roof was laid over."
CLICK-> Another shot of Ric & Marni's Mint Turquoise 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop.
CLICK-> This is a 700hp black 1970 GTO hardtop. That is a Weiand 6-71 blower sticking out of the hood. It's attached to a 455ci engine (says the owner). I'd pay to take a ride in that badass mudda!
CLICK-> This black 1970 GTO has a 9 inch rear end. Those are made by Ford and they're known for their extreme durability. Man, look at that set of huge street tires.
CLICK-> Blown black 1970 GTO hardtop, front end view. Mmmmm.
CLICK-> The owner says that this is a 455ci engine with a Weiand 6-71 blower, two Holley 600 CFM carbs. Note the cutout firewall.
CLICK-> Inside we have a full roll cage and racing seats. It's got a 3800 stall automatic transmission.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 GTO hardtop owned by S Dakdduk from Parma, Ohio.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 GTO hardtop, left front view.
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