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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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Ladies and Gentlemen, Gateway Classic Cars of Kansas City is ecstatic to offer one of the most desired muscle cars ever . A 1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible! The Pontiac GTO is not just a muscle car, it is an icon. Pontiac started the muscle car craze with the 1964 GTO and its GTO led the pack with dignity from then through 1972. For 1973 Pontiac for lack of a better word - abandoned the GTO and proceeded forward with the Trans Am as its performance all-star. By 1975 the GTO was gone. The original GTO only lasted eleven model years but its legacy continues to this day. In fact, the name was so revered that when Pontiac attempted to bring a little needed performance back into the division after the Trans Am was cancelled the name was revived and worn by a high performance rebadged (Australian built) 2-door Holden Monaro. Though Pontiac did try to disguise the Holden by adding some last minute Pontiac exterior touches, the truth was as clear as day that the 2004-2006 GTO was a pretender. No matter how hard the Aussie based GTO tried, the phony label followed it around. To the GTOs credit its 5.7 and 6.0 liter V8s produced respectively 350 and 400 horsepower (which was very impressive) and it handled like a true performance car. Even the GTOs seats and interior were nicely done. However the perception was the GTO did not look the part; its exterior styling was closer to a 2-door Honda Civic of the same era than a modern muscle car. Now rewind back to 1970 - a year which most auto historians will agree was the pinnacle of the muscle car golden era. For GMs muscle cars it was the last year for muscle car era high compression motors. Now rewind back to 1970 - a year which most auto historians will agree was the pinnacle of the muscle car golden era. For GMs muscle cars it was the last year for muscle car era high compression motors (all 1971 GM divisions ran Our stunning, Palomino Copper exterior, with Sandlewood interior and matching Convertible top is a beautiful site to behold! With roughly 59 miles since rotisserie restoration, this GTO has been lovingly massaged back to superior condition! Featuring an engine bay stuffed with a stout 350 horse, 400, V-8 engine, backed by a turbo 400 automatic transmission, this GTO exudes class and power at the same time! Plus, we can also add comfort to this beauty with features such as factory air conditioning, power steering, power disc brakes, bucket seats with console, and a power top! If you are looking to turn heads and raise eyebrows at area car shows this Summer, our Palomino Copper GTO will do the job! To find out more information on this stunner, call our GTO hotline at (913) 815-1340, or to view this beauty in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures @ gatewayclassiccars.com, and choose the Kansas City Showroom.
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