by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Vince has the front bumper out and getting ready for disassembly and paint. Must be parts from a 69 GTO on his wall. I see the 1969 GTO bumper in the background.
CLICK-> Take a look at this Orange 1970 Judge hardtop owned by John Williams. John tells us more, "I found it in Reading, Pennsylvania in 2003. It was a gentleman's sister's car that was garaged since 1987 when she went into a nursing home. The only bad parts were the back quarter. It has a Ford 9-inch 3.73 rear, super T-10 four speed, line lock, a Jim Butler 455 stroker to a 467, ram-air headers with electric cutouts, and 3-inch exhaust."
CLICK-> Front end shot of John's 1970 Judge. The color looks candy red in some light and metallic orange in others.
CLICK-> John's 1970 Judge parked on the street. Looks like a car show with the 66 or 67 GTO behind it and a Mustang behind that.
CLICK-> The Judge parked in the garage. I like the wall paneling. Hood scoops on 1970 Judges are usually painted flat black.
CLICK-> The engine has blue valve covers and an open style air cleaner.
CLICK-> The interior is saddle in color. Did you know that the rear view mirrors were color coded to the interior in at least 1969 and 1970 GTOs.
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1970 GTO owned by Jeremy Kilian from Lakeville, Minnesota. Jeremy adds, "I bought it 12 years ago. It is an on-going project. It runs 10.81@127mph with the line lock stuck on. Oops!! Thanks to my dad and future father inlaw!"
CLICK-> Lucerne Blue 1970 GTO hardtop, right side view.
CLICK-> Looks like they are doing some work on the engine.
CLICK-> Here's the engine.
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Steve Tegano from Ottawa Ontario Canada. Steve adds, "I`ve had the car since 1986 and am the third owner. It is sporting 15x7 inch ralleys to accommodate fatter tire sizes."
CLICK-> Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> NEW POST Steve sends us an updated shot of his Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop. Steve removed the decklid spoiler, the Sport Stripe (which is a 69 Judge stripe offered in 1970 as option code 422), chin spoiler, and a hood tach.
CLICK-> NEW POST Inside, Steve added a Hurst Dual Gate Shifter from a 68 car.
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