by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Atoll Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, right rear view. Look at the nice Carousel Red 1969 GTO in the background. We're not calling the red car a Judge because it does not have the Judge stripes visible on it.
CLICK-> This GTO has a set of stock chrome exhaust splitters exiting out the rear. The split style was used on a few model years of GTO's, in fact they were non-consecutive years.
CLICK-> Both doors are open to invite a closer look. The Atoll Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, interior view.
CLICK-> Ritchie and Val Kulbaba bringing thier Atoll Blue 1970 GTO hardtop home from Ontario in January.
CLICK-> What a great paint color. Dale V T owns this blue 1970 GTO clone. He created it from a 1970 LeMans or Tempest. It has a 400ci engine with a Q-jet and a TH 400 automatic transmission.
CLICK-> Dale also owns the 1965 GTO project car to the left. Dale added a hood tach and spoiler to his 1970 LeMans.
CLICK-> Oh No! Dale got got t-boned by a Grand Prix. Dale adds, "It really doesn't look too bad - but the frame, cowl, and floor boards are messed up."
CLICK-> Jeff Christopher owns this Polar White 1970 Judge hardtop. Jeff tells us more, "I bought it in Florida in 1988. The car was fairly rust free. I tore it down, but not frame off (because it didn't need it). I replaced everything I could with NOS parts except the hood tach, which I wanted to function always (so I used modern designed version). It is a great car to drive and I get a lot of attention with this car. I love the original look."
CLICK-> Polar White 1970 Judge hardtop, front end view. Cool, that Judge plate says "ET" on it. ET was the name that Pontiac was considering for "The Judge" package when it was in development for its 1969 debut. But Pontiac changed ET to "The Judge" before releasing it.
CLICK-> Polar White 1970 Judge hardtop, interior view. That's the first one I've seen with a Judge's gavel in it.
CLICK-> This Atoll Blue 1970 GTO was originally purchased by the famous Johnny Carson. He was host of the Tonight Show on NBC from 1962 through 1992. This GTO is also interesting because it has the rare 455 Ram Air engine option.
CLICK-> Atoll Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Atoll Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> This GTO has a blue interior.
CLICK-> Here is that rare 455ci Ram Air engine.
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