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Black 1970 GTO convertible, right rear view in Norway, in case you didn't see the previous photo! Norway! Hey, there's one more Norway joke I can recall called "Movies". A Norwegian and a Swede were at the movie theater. The Norwegian bet that the hero would die during the movie. The Swede didn't believe him, and they ended up betting 100 Kroner on it. When the movie was over and the hero was dead, the Swede began to give the money to the Norwegian, but the Norwegian interrupted him "I already saw the movie, so I knew he was going to die. Keep the money." The Swede replied, "Oh, I also saw the movie before, but I didn't think he would be tricked twice." CLICK->
Black 1970 GTO convertible. This fine car is in Norway. Okay, one last Norway joke for you. This one is called "Is it working?" A Norwegian drove into a Swedish gas station, and wanted some help with his signal lights. After he'd changed the light bulb, he asked the Swede to check if it was blinking. The Swede looked at it and said, "funkar, funkar inte, funkar, funkar inte. " (Works, doesn't work, works, doesn't work...) CLICK->
Those are some big wheels. This baby has Bear disc brakes on all four corners. Up front are SPCC two inch drop spindle and one inch drop coil springs with Global West control arms. Hotchkis and Edelbrock arms with 3 inch lowered coil springs in the rear. CLICK->
Under the hood is a 1968-69 400 engine topped with a 1967 Tri-Power. CLICK->
Mark D owns this glowing red 1970 GTO hardtop. Looks like a candy apple red to me. It has a rebuilt 428ci engine, 400 automatic transmission, and a 3.73 rear end. CLICK->
Red 1970 GTO hardtop, front end view. CLICK->
Red 1970 GTO hardtop, left side view. This one has a set of bright Cragars. CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Tom Knecht from Phoenix, Arizona. Tom provides some details, "I just bought in February  from St. Louis Car Museum. The previous owner traded it in on a 66 or 67 GTO. It was white with black interior and top. The dealer painted back to original color before selling it." CLICK->
Palisade Green 1970 GTO hardtop, right rear view. CLICK->
Tom says that the dash needs some minor work. The steering wheel came out of a 72 LeMans or GTO. CLICK->
Nice stock looking engine. CLICK->
White 1970 GTO convertible owned by Tom Marks from West Palm Beach, Florida. This a a well optioned Goat with factory A/C, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power locks, power seat, power seat releases, and trunk light. CLICK->
White 1970 GTO convertible with the top down. It has a red interior. CLICK->
White 1970 GTO convertible, right rear view. CLICK->
Jason Spurrier owns this 1970 GTO. Jason tell us more, "This photo is of car as it looked when I purchased it in August of 1988 - before I repainted it the original color Palomino Copper . The car had previously been painted black, yellow and orange! I purchased the car for $3,750. I just got my appraisal and they now value the car at $29,500." PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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