by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Black 1970 LeMans hardtop owned by Wayland Rawls from Atlanta, Georgia. Check out the wheels. The blue stripe really sets them off. Wayland says, "I bought my 70 LeMans about two years ago from a buddy of mine who's wife made him get it out of the garage. As soon as I saw the car, I immediately knew what I would do to it! I would clone it from the
CLICK-> Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Black 1970 LeMans hardtop, left rear view. Wayland painted both the front and rear bumpers black.
CLICK-> The seats have blue inserts and Pontiac emblems.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 GTO convertible owned by Brian Fox from Lilburn, Georgia. Brian tells us, "I traded my Carousel Red 69 Firebird racecar for this. It is a 1 of 887 #s match 400 4-speed convertible. 1 of 130 with A/C. It has power windows, disc brake, power trunk, formula wheel, and less than 100k on the clock." The Matador Red 1969 Judge is Brian's too.
CLICK-> The Granada Gold 1970 GTO convertible has a Sandalwood colored top.
CLICK-> The interior is Sandalwood in color.
CLICK-> Check out this 1970 Judge that a site visitor sent in. He adds, "My brother's friend in Rochester New York picked this car up from a junkyard several years ago to serve as a parts car. Underneath the car is completely rusted out from sitting for so long. A small portion of the build sheet was found which had the information on it that confirmed it is a real Judge. It is a 4-speed car with Posi, manual, disc brakes, no air conditioning, and it is not known if it was a Ram Air 3 or 4. The car is now long gone, cut up, and the good parts used to retore other GTOs."
CLICK-> That door doesn't look too bad.
CLICK-> Original paint?
CLICK-> Here are some more shots of this messed up 1970 Judge when it was still in the junkyard. What a mess.
CLICK-> These were taken with a film camera. The prints were then re-shot with a digital camera.
CLICK-> Someone attempted to shade it from some weather with some cardboard or a thin piece of metal. It didn't help much.
CLICK-> Here is a Cortez Silver 1970 Judge with aftermarket wheels. This hardtop is owned by Travis Rucker from Carterville, Missouri. Travis says, "I bought this car from my uncle back in 1989 when I was 15. He had repainted it red. In 1995, I took it off the frame to start restoring it. In 2004, it was number matched through PHS. Finally by December 2008 I had it nearly complete. I have documented every step of this process as it has been a long and worthwhile project."
CLICK-> Cortez Silver 1970 Judge hardtop, front end view. Check out the plate with "7T JUDG" on it.
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