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Black and Purple Pearl 1970 LeMans convertible, left side view. CLICK->
Atoll Blue 1970 GTO convertible owned by Rick Truman from British Columbia, Canada. Rick has owned this car for five years. It has had a frame off restoration that is still in progress. Original options include 400ci engine with turbo 400 trans, 3.55 10-bolt rear end, console, bucket seats, power steering, power brakes, power windows, and power top. The Judge package and hood tach was added. CLICK->
Atoll Blue 1970 GTO convertible same view but down low. This one has a chin spoiler under the front bumper. CLICK->
Atoll Blue 1970 GTO convertible, right front view. CLICK->
Atoll Blue 1970 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Atoll Blue 1970 GTO convertible, Ram Air engine view. CLICK->
It is rare to find a build sheet in this condition. Bob Beuter explains, "This is from a 70 Judge that I ordered as a company exec. car - hence the "tag BEUTER" at the bottom. I took this off the windshield at the end of the assembly line. I worked there at that time." Paint is EE for Atoll Blue. Trim is 67 for a Sandalwood bench seat.
Here is a nice 1970 car from PCLM2@aol.com in New Hampshire. It is a 32,000 mile PHS certified 400 auto in Palisade Green. Before rebuilding, it was a rust free all original sheetmetal car with matching engine with a 3.23 Safe-T-Track rear. Everything is new or restored to new. CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 GTO, left front view. CLICK->
Pallisade Green 1970 GTO, engine view. CLICK->
Shot of the car from the underside. Way clean! CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 GTO, trunk view. CLICK->
Poster of a Cardinal Red 1970 GT-37 Sport Coupe. This one has the Sport Stripe option, which is the same stripe as the 1969 Judge. CLICK->
Here is a sad looking Granada Gold 1970 1/2 GT-37 sport coupe. Its owner tells us, "It is all original and was found in a field in 2003 by the deadgoat crew. Only 1,419 1970 GT-37s were built. This one was found with only 66,000 miles on it. It has not been registered since 1977. The original owners manual and Pontiac Protect-0-Plate was found in the glovebox. A true find for any
Pontiac lover! This one has a 3.23 rear gear, 3-speed manual with Hurst shifter, Judge stripes, and rear splitters." CLICK->
Vintage picture of Troy Ball's White 1970 Tempest hardtop. Troy called this car "The Womanizer." See the lady silhouette on the driver's side glass? Troy adds, "The speedo in this car read 140
mph and I could bury it! She had the shakes something fierce at
125-130, but would stablize after that. Maybe because of the 442 Cutlass wing? I owned this car in high school and it was voted the UGLYEST car for our senior year. I was upset at this and I did NOT go to the photo shoot! How could you say this car is ugly?! I think the girls were upset with the name on the car. I thought the Hondas and rusted Toyotas they drove were pretty ugly. I sold it in 1992 after I hit a telephone pole in my 71 LeMans. Lots of fines! The new owner molested it with a Chevy motor. Just S I C K !"
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Greg Tuggle (XXtremePlayer.@AOL.COM) - "The G.T.O. is the Holy Grail of car ownership. I've never seen one except at shows, and with any luck, I'll own one before the end of the world."