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1970 Pontiac GTO






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V8 6.6L
Exterior Color
Polar White
Interior Color
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Fuel Economy
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The 1970 Pontiac GTO “Judge” was a serious contender on the streets for a car with such a whimsical name. This one was built in late February 1970 and shipped to Sawicki Pontiac in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on March 4, 1970. Complete with a 400/366 HP Ram Air III V-8 engine, this Judge was also the jury when it came to the street racing scene of the era. Numbers matching Ram Air 3 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power front disc brakes, rally gauges, hood tachometer, console, formula steering wheel, remote trunk release, PHS documentation, one of 3797 judges and one of 1,302 automatics This great GTO is an original documented Judge with PHS verification. The power is delivered via the original numbers matching YZ code 400 V8 with Ram Air and Turbo 400 transmission and a 3.23 rear end. Finished in correct and original Polar White code 10 with Judge graphics and a rear spoiler this fine GTO is ready to have fun with. The interior is correct black vinyl buckets with a full console in between and GM seat belts. The option list is Power Steering and power front disc brakes, Hood Tach, Formula steering wheel, rally gauges, remote trunk release and more. It rolls around on Pontiac Rally II wheels without the trim rings as any Judge would and Firestone G70x15 bias ply tires. The dash is great, and houses the Rally Gauge Cluster, the door panels and headliner are all superb. Yes it's a real Judge with all the visuals and lots of power to enjoy today. Features Numbers matching YZ code 400 Ram Air III with 366 horsepower Turbo Hydramatic 400 Transmission 970 PD tag) Saf-T-Trac 3.23 rear end. Full Pontiac Historical Society documentation included along with a binder older receipts showing car was previously in California and Illinois. Mileage documentation showing 58,366 actual miles. Aug 1984 to date shows only 6337 miles on the car. Fabulous Polar White Paint. Correct Black Vinyl Bucket Seats GM seat belts front and rear and full console Rally II Wheels with Firestone G70/15 Raised White Letter tires. Correct Rear Spoiler. Factory Am radio(non-working). Factory Correct Hood Tach with Rally Gauges and Clock. Stock Shifter with full console with storage. Stainless Wheel Lip Moldings Excellent Chrome Trim Full Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with correct Tips Nicely detailed engine bay and trunk. We don't see many real Judges and to find one with these options/documentation is a real score. 400/366 HP Ram Air III V-8 engine Automatic transmission Power steering and disc brakes Rally gauges Hood tachometer Console Formula steering wheel Ride and handling package Remote trunk release Stainless exhaust Power steering and power disc brakes add confidence to the driving experience, while a stainless-steel exhaust system delivers the engine’s voice of authority. It was a brand-new decade and the perfect time to present a fresh muscle car, so the flagship GTO was given a more upscale style both inside and out, as well as in name—the Judge. Inside this car’s bucket-seat interior, a Formula steering wheel directs the ride and handling package, while Rally gauges and the hood tachometer help keep the driver in the know. this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge is one of just 3,797 Judges produced that year, and of those, just one of 1,302 to come with an automatic transmission. PHS documentation and a copy of its California title support this classic’s history. This 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge presents an opportunity to take muscle car law into your own hands.

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