by Sean Mattingly.
1970 GTO Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> It has a Sandalwood colored vinyl top and interior.
CLICK-> Granada Gold 1970 GTO hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> The engine compartment looks great.
CLICK-> Check out this Bermuda Blue 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop that a site visitor photographed in Alberta, Canada. It has a console, bucket seats, automatic transmission, deluxe steering wheel, and air conditioning. Apparently it originally had a black top.
CLICK-> I wonder how long it has sat here. Looks like just a bit of rust on the rear fender under the vinyl top molding.
CLICK-> The front bumper is shiny. Just pushed in a bit at the top. It has a deflector under the bumper. This is to push extra air into the radiator. It was standard on AC cars.
CLICK-> Bermuda Blue 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Bermuda Blue 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> The rear fenders have the additional "Sport" emblem.
CLICK-> Black 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Justin Schaben from Omaha, Nebraska. Justin says, " The car came from a Pontiac dealer in Elkhart, Indiana. I'm the fourth owner. Thanks to Dan, for selling me the car. My Dad restored a 70 convertible when I was in grade school. I was hoping to inherit the car, but he sold it in 2000. It was then I vowed to own a 70 of my own and seven years later it happened. It's a #s matching car, black on black, 4-speed. I love The Judge appearance so I added the package. I don't mind telling people it's not a real Judge, but I thoroughly enjoy the double takes and stares as I come down the street. Thanks for a fantastic website!"
CLICK-> Here's a shot of the car with restoration started.
CLICK-> Here it is in a coat of black primer.
CLICK-> Check out this red 1970 LeMans hardtop. It is owned by Todd Roberts from Bloomington, Illinois. Todd tells us more, "I purchased it off of eBay. With 96,000 documented miles, it was a good solid start for my project. I owned another red 70 that I wrecked and is sort of what I am recreating with upgrades of course. I also owned a Black 72 GTO which I had to sell for medical reasons. I am finally to the point where I can start and keep going on this project. Motor is stock for now, but I have a lot more planned."
CLICK-> Another shot of Todd's 1970 LeMans.
CLICK-> When Todd got his LeMans it was green.
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