1970 Pontiac GTO
1970 Pontiac GTO

1970 Pontiac GTO

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It's hard to imagine that the Pontiac GTO might never have made it into production. Had it not been for a small group of managers at Pontiac who were also car enthusiasts and visionaries, the GTO might not have been.

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They will see and hear you coming from blocks away in this stunning Cardinal Red fully restored rust free and heavily documented excellent example of one of the all time favorite classic muscle cars manufactured at the GM Arlington Assembly Plant in Arlington Texas at the pinnacle of the muscle car era during the first week of October 1969.

This is a fully restored absolutely exceptional and beautiful example of a matching-numbers highly factory optioned 1970 Pontiac Cardinal Red GTO Hard Top Coupe matching numbers 6.6L 400/350 HP 445 lb-ft torque engine (Engine Pad 0128186 YS) with a 3 speed Turbo Hydromantic automatic transmission, Holly Performance 650 CFM Classic Double Pumper Carburetor with Electric Choke, Edelbrock Aluminum Performer RPM Intake Manifold, Rear 3.23:1 axle, factory hood mounted tachometer, factory power steering, factory power disc brakes, factory air conditioning (with a brand new clutch) and many more options identified below riding on raised white letter BF Goodrich Radial TAs.

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Key Features and Options on this GTO include:

Fully Restored Rust Free Matching Numbers Car
Original Window Sticker
Original Build Sheet
Binder of documents and receipts
Matching numbers GM 6.6L 400 cid 4 barrel 350hp 445 lb-ft torque V8 engine (Engine Pad 0128186 YS)
Turbo Hydromantic 3 speed automatic transmission (RPO M40 351)
Holly Performance 650 CFM Classic Double Pumper Carburetor with Electric Choke - 4150 - List # 4777-7 Part # 0-4777CE
Edelbrock Aluminum Performer RPM Intake Manifold
3.23:1 Ratio Rear Axle
Factory Hood Mounted Tachometer
Factory Air Conditioning (RPO C60 582)
Factory Power Steering - Variable Ratio (RPO N41501)
Factory Power Brakes - Disc Front (RPO JL2 502)
Rear Air Shocks
Cordoba Top (RPO C08 SVT)
Glass-Soft-Ray-All Windows(RPO A01 531)
Wheels-Rally II (RPO N98 474)
Electric Clock (RPO U35 492)
Console (RPO D55 494)
JVC KD-HDR60 AM/FM/Auxiliary Input/USB & Bluetooth Stereo Radio with 6 x 9 speakers

Recent upgrades include:

New Gas Tank Sender Unit
Power Steering Adjustment - Tighten Steering Box
New Air Conditioning Clutch
New Window Crank Handles (4)
Carburetor Fine Tuning

The original factory manual is included along with extensive PHS documentation which includes:

Window Sticker
Build Sheet
1970 Pontiac 3700 LeMans Sport - 4200 GTO document
1970 Pontiac All Series Special Equipment Order document
AMA Specifications - Passenger Car document - 38 pages
Pontiac News Release dated September 8, 1969 - 4 pages
Sun Service Control System Form No. 690-700-078 1970 Pontiac GTO V8 350 HP 400 CU. IN. W/4 BBL. CARB.

The following items, options on other models, are standard on this 1970 Pontiac GTO:

Center Console with Shifter
Lamp-Glove Box
Lamp-Ash Tray
Trim Package-Brake Pedal
Custom Carpets
Steering Wheel-Deluxe
Cushion-Foam Front
Bucket Front Seats
Floor Mats 2 Front & 2 Rear
Door Edge Guards
Windshield Antenna
Instrument Panel Vents
Automatic ignition key alarm
Wide Inside Day-Night Rear View Mirror
Two front seat head restraints
Four way hazard warning flasher
Luggage Compartment Mat
Back up lights
Full size spare tire and jack
Seat Belts with push button buckles
Front Shoulder Belts
Passenger-guard door locks with forward mounted front door lock buttons
Side-guard door beams
Engine Emission and evaporation control systems
Dual Master cylinder brake system with warning light
Front Seat Back Latches

Here comes the Judge. This 1970 Pontiac GTO is an excellent candidate to create a 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge replica, tribute or clone. The Judge stickers/decals are simple to install and cost less than $300.00. And best of all if you want to remove the stickers/decals at anytime in the future that process is also very simple.

This low-mileage 1970 Pontiac GTO 400 was found in Glendale, Arizona and impresses with not only its rare and desirable combination of factory options but also its amazing condition. The appeal of a Cardinal Red 1970 Pontiac GTO 400 is unmistakable. Only the chiseled bodylines and subtle badging are needed to tell anybody who dares mess with a 1970 Pontiac GTO 400 to think twice.

The 1970 Pontiac GTO 400 is what many consider to be the ultimate A-Body specification. Beyond its desirable factory equipment, trim and matching numbers engine is this GTOs status as one of few that still retain their original body panels and floors as well. The interior is highly original, including the restored upholstery. This is a very special and perhaps unique example of one of the rarest and most coveted of all muscle cars. With its combination of factory options, originality and condition, this is one 1970 Pontiac GTO that would be hard to duplicate.

Asking $59,895. All offers will be considered.
For all you trivia buffs out there here is some background information you may find interesting:

While many believe the GTO name was inspired by the Ferrari 250 GTO Gran Tourismo Omologatto, officially the GTO was designated as the Grand Tempest Option. The 1970 was facelifted slightly, but still had the split Endura bumper, now with a boxed center section like the Firebird but with four headlights. The fenders were creased above the wheel wells and the rear bumper and taillights wrapped around the sides.

Why is the Pontiac 400 engine so special? Pontiac took a 389 block used in the high-performance Catalina, as well as the Lemans and GTO, and punched it out to an even 400 cubic inches. The result is an engine that provided massive amounts of low-end torque and rock steady high RPM power output. The 400 produced 360 horsepower with a single Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor.

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
  • Classic Car ID
  • Stock Number
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
  • New/Used
  • Mileage
    63,600 miles
  • Engine
    8 Cylinder
  • Condition
  • Doors
  • Drivetrain
    2 wheel drive - rear
  • Suspension
  • Transmission
    3 Speed Automatic
  • Exterior Color
  • Interior Color
  • Seat Color

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