by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Chuck and Diane Cook own this awesome Cardinal Red 1970 GTO. Chuck tells us about it, "This is a 455ci 4-speed car with 53,000 miles. I have owned the car for about seven years. It has been in Michigan since sold new in Grand Ledge. I am the third owner of the car. I have added the hood tach, air dam, and wheels. It looks good in the Rally IIs and Red Line tires but we like the extra chrome of these wheels." This GTO was Picture Of The Week for 10/1/06.|
CLICK-> Another sunset shot of Chuck & Diane's Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO on the diagonal.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop on the other diagonal.
CLICK-> The left side of this Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop looks great too.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop, left rear end view.
CLICK-> Another left front shot of Chuck and Diane's Cardninal Red 1970 GTO hardtop.
CLICK-> This Starlight Black 1970 LeMans convertible is made up to look like a 1971 Judge. It has the 1971 front bumper and hood. The owner, Paul, tell us more, "I had always wanted a Judge convertible with a four speed, but the genuine ones have just skyrocketed beyond the normal human's budget. I eventually found a convertible '70 LeMans Sport with a four speed that was affordable. After a lot of work and money, the car is finally done (for the most part). It turned out quite beautiful, and my wife & daughters were thrilled. Everywhere I go, the car gets a ton of attention."
CLICK-> Left side view of Paul's Starlight Black 1970 LeMans convertible with the 1971 Judge look.
CLICK-> Rear view of this 1970 LeMans convertible.
CLICK-> Inside this 1970 LeMans. The door panels are from the 1970 LeMans. The color of the seats is sandalwood.
CLICK-> Site visitor, Richard, sends in pictures of a 1970 GTO that he found in a junk yard. Richard adds, "This 1970 Ram Air GTO quietly rusts away in a salvage yard. It took a severe hit to the right hand side, probably in the 70's, then was stripped and junked. Unfortunately, the cowl data plate has been removed and the VIN numbers are unreadable on the door tag. But the build date of 2/70 still can be seen. It still yielded some parts for me when I was restoring my 70 Judge, so in part, she still lives on."
CLICK-> Here is the side that was hit. Hey! That's a Gremlin in the background!
CLICK-> The inside is a mess. The dash is bent, probably from the impact to the right side.
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