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Close-up of the hood on Albert's Orbit Orange 1970 Judge hardtop. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop owned by Thomas Kallvik from Ulricehamn Sweden. This one has a 400ci 1968 YS code engine, a TH350 transmission, and a 3.90 rear. Thomas drives it daily in the summer. GTOs and LeManss are popular in Sweden. Click here to see all the pictures we've collected from Swedish owners with the help of the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with location=Sweden. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, right side view. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, rear end view. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, engine view. This is a 400ci engine from a 1968 Pontiac. CLICK->
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
After two years of harassing the previous owner, site visitor Jeff has finally purchased this Burgundy 1970 GTO hardtop in August of 2006. The car only had 28K miles. Jeff adds, "The entire car is original and unmolested. This car was only two blocks from the house I grew up in and I never knew it! It's a dream come true! The owner basically drove it on and off the first 10 years and then put it away. I now have it apart and it's getting the lov'in it deserves. This is my second 70 GTO. The first one came and went when I was young and foolish. Not this time!" What do we have hiding in the background? I'm guessing that is a Buick Riviera with hideaways. CLICK->
Burgundy 1970 GTO hardtop, interior view. CLICK->
This 1970 GTO has an engine and transmission from a 2005 GTO. It sold for $125,000 at the 2007 Barrett-Jackson Auction at Scottsdale, Arizona. It has shaved mirrors, smoothed rockers, smoothed rear deck, mini tub featuring stock appearing wheel houses, smoothed firewall, and PPG jet black paint with custom phantom Judge graphics done with pearls. CLICK->
Custom black 1970 GTO hardtop, right side view. Looks like the car isn't quite done yet. The door hardware is missing and the interior is not installed yet. CLICK->
This car is parked in a hangar next to a nice little jet. CLICK->
The engine and transmission are from a 2005 GTO. The LS2 engine has been tweaked to 500hp. The engine is painted to match the car with a chrome alternator, air conditioner, air cleaner, Jet coated headers with X cross over pipe, Flowmaster mufflers, 3 inch pipes, and steel braided lines. The T56 6-speed manual transmission has been smoothed, polished, and clear coated. The wheels are billet from Intro. The front are 18x9 and the rear are special one-off 19x12. Michelin tires are 275/35/18 in front and 345/30/19 rear. CLICK->
The frame is smoothed with filled holes, narrowed in the rear, and powder coated in Metallic Galaxy Gray. The front suspension includes Global West tubular lower a-frames and Global West upper a-frames corrected for negative camber. There is also custom drop spindles from Baer racing, Baer Racing brakes with 13 inch drilled and slotted rotors, powder coated calipers, billet aluminum hubs, Baer master cylinder and proportioning valve. The car is sprung with aluminum threaded body coil over shocks and springs from QA1. The car has Baer Racing tie rod ends to correct toe and an AGR quick ratio power steering box. The rear suspension uses a custom Chris Alston Fab 9 inch rear end using 2.50 Richmond gears and locker. The rear end holds Strange 31 spline forged axles and 13 inch Baer brakes. Aluminum threaded body coil over shocks and spring from QA1 hold up the rear of the car while traction and handling are controlled by billet aluminum upper and lower control arms from Metco Motorsports, polyurethane bushings, and 1-1/8 inch sway bar front and 1 inch rear. A polished stainless fuel cell will be installed from Ricks with internal electric fuel pump and baffles. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1970 Judge convertible owned by Jim Stonhaus from Carlsbad, California. Jim says that he purchased it from The Volo Auto Museum in November of 2005. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Stuart McGinley (stuart_mcginley.@hotmail.com) - "Looking for a 1970's GTO. Black with two red stripes running up the bonnet and roof. Its featured in the film "The Faculty". That car makes me want to cry...with joy."