by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Here is a title and title transfer for when Johnny Carson lost his beautiful GTO to his wife Joanne in a divorce settlement. Joanne was Johnny's second wife. He married her in 1963 and divorced her in 1972. Besides $500,000 in cash, the GTO, and art - she received $100,000 a year in alimony for life! Did you know that Johnny Carson was a major investor in the DeLorean Motor Company? Maybe that is also why he liked GTOs.
CLICK-> This is a reproduction window sticker for this rare 1970 GTO. It has the L75 option for the 455ci engine and the T42 option for the "hood air inlet" Ram Air. The engine option only cost an additional $57 while the Ram Air was another $84.
CLICK-> Here is the invoice which also shows the 455ci engine and Ram Air.
CLICK-> Black 1970 GTO convertible owned by Marty Bollinger from Valdese, North Carolina. Marty tells us, "I bought this car off ebay about 3 years ago [in 2004] as a project and have now finished it my way. The car was from Long Island NY/Conn area all its life. If anyone knows any history about it, I would like to hear from you."
CLICK-> Black 1970 GTO convertible, left rear view.
CLICK-> Black 1970 GTO convertible, interior view.
CLICK-> Paul Sanders snapped this picture of Glasgow's Magnum 400 Replica Burnout at the Pure Stock Drags in Stanton Michigan. The Magnum 400 was a dealer optioned car from Knafel Pontiac. They built 50 of these back in 1970. The car was built from a stripped down Tempest using a GTO powertrain (400ci engine, 4 bbl carb, close ratio 4-speed, limited slip rear, HD radiator, and dual exhausts). The Ram Air V engine was optional!
CLICK-> An uknown magazine did an excellent job describing the origins of the Magnum 400 project. Does anyone know which magazine this is from? This magazine article shows a post version of the car.
CLICK-> Vic Nettle owns this triple-black 1970 GTO hardtop. Notice anything different? This one has the tires, 17 inch wheels, and the 400hp LS2 engine out of a 2005 GTO.
CLICK-> This red 1970 Judge hardtop has a very shiny paint job. It appears to be a candy paint job. Candy paint is a transparent color coat over a metallic basecoat. In this case a transparent red over silver. This Judge still has most of its original drivetrain: 360hp 400ci Ram Air III engine, automatic transmission, and 3.90 rear (the original internals were 3.26).
CLICK-> Down low shot of this red 1970 Judge hardtop. This garage has a cool tiled garage floor.
CLICK-> Red 1970 Judge hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> This red 1970 Judge has a red interior. Besides the wood grain on the console, dash, and aftermarket steering wheel - there isn't much that is not red!
CLICK-> Steve Sherwood is restoring this 1970 Judge hardtop. Looks like he is test fitting the body panels before finishing the paint.
CLICK-> Let's go back a few steps. Here Steve has the body primed and has detailed out the firewall area.
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