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Green 1970 LeMans hardtop, right front view. CLICK->
Engine compartment looked good. CLICK->
The car was taken apart for paint. Here the primer is put on. CLICK->
The car is fit back together before final paint. CLICK->
The red paint goes on! CLICK->
Fresh out of paint and fitted with a new set of wheels. CLICK->
Burgundy 1970 GTO convertible owned by Larry Rich from Greenwood Village, Colorado. Larry tells us, "I purchased the car partly restored and have rebuilt and upgraded most everything. It has a 400 with Ram Air III parts, automatic, power steering, power disc brakes, AM/FM stereo, tilt wheel, air conditioning, plus about 15 additional options. It is a work in
The interior is Sandalwood in color. CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO Judge hardtop owned by Larry Stetz. This car went through a 20 month restoration. Larry is from Surprise, Arizona. The city was founded in 1938 by Flora Mae Statler, who named it Surprise as she "would be surprised if the town ever amounted to much". The city has seen a surprising amount of growth. It is now estimated to have a population nearing 110,000. CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO Judge hardtop, front view. CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO Judge hardtop, left front view. It has the trimless Rally II wheels with red center caps. CLICK->
Around the rear are dual chrome exhaust splitters. CLICK->
Cardinal Red 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Matt from Fondulac, Wisconsin. This shot looks a lot like a vintage magazine ad for the 1970 GTO. Matt shares, "I found this one owner 70 GTO while cruising Craigslist for a 2002 Trans Am. When I saw it was a one owner, I had to see it quick the day after Memorial Day when the ad was placed. It was purchased at Jaeger Pontiac in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The owner was very sad to let it go and had tears in his eyes as he handed me a folder of all the paperwork including the original bill of sale from the dealership. The interior is red and is mostly original and is in very good condition. It is a numbers matching Cardinal Red on red car with 119,000 miles and the engine has never been apart. It runs strong, starts easy with no smoke or loss in power. It is a blast to drive. I plan on keeping this one for a long time and continue to drive and add on the miles. It is a fine example of when Pontiac put its heart into styling and performance." CLICK->
Bermuda Blue 1970 GTO hardtop owned by Jeff Hallam from Northville, Michigan. Jeff tells us about his recent purchase, "The previous owners attempted a restoration that I completed. I removed the Judge stripes as its not a Judge. The car was originally powered by a 400/auto. It is now a (WA code)455 / 4-speed car with a 3.55 T track rear. It is going to the paint shop for final touch ups." CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Mike Jagusch (mjagusch.@juno.com) - "Awesome. I have on my computer "desktop" a picture that I downloaded from your site a year ago. It's a blue hardtop that was voted Picture of the Week 12/26/99."