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Blue 1970 GTO convertible, right rear view. CLICK->
Blue 1970 GTO convertible, interior view. CLICK->
Close-up of the Hurst Dual Gate shifter in Jim's blue 1970 GTO convertible. CLICK->
Blue 1970 GTO convertible, engine view. This has 455 HO heads, Hooker headers, and is bored out 40 over. CLICK->
More shots of Jim Greene's project 1970 GTO convertible. The paint on the Endura front bumper is showing signs of cracking. This is typical of these cars. CLICK->
Shot with the hood open to see the 455 HO engine. CLICK->
A close-up of the Ram Air decals on the sides of the hood scoops. CLICK->
A close-up of the 455HO decal on the trunk lid. CLICK->
This is a factory 5x9 inch postcard of a gold 1970 Tempest T-37 hardtop. It says, "Announcing America's Newest Low-Price Hardtop. It only takes a little to move up a lot!" The reverse side has four photographs showing features and describes the trade-in value for a Pontiac. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Henry from Lincoln, Nebraska. Henry adds, "I purchased this car in May 2004. I have done some mechanical work (brakes, front end, oil pan, radiator) and some interior work since I purchased it. I still need to pull and check/detail the engine compartment (although it runs great!) and repair the rust in the lower front and rear quarter panels followed by a repaint. This car had a vinyl top but don't think I'll put that back." CLICK->
Henry replaced the upholstery, carpet, and headliner. Note the large speaker wires laying on the floor. CLICK->
Henry kept the stock radio but installed a modern one in the glove compartment. CLICK->
He mounted the speakers under the front seats. Several people have hidden their non-stock speakers under the seats. But this is the first time I have ever seen an installation photo of one. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop, interior view. Henry has the interior back together. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1970 GTO, trunk view.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Karl Hackathorn (karlhac.@exotrope.net) from Elmira N.Y - "I DONT FLIPPIN BELIEVE IT!! I stumbled on a pict of (my) 1970 GTO. I can't believe I found it on a web site!!"