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For Sale: 1970 Pontiac GTO
in Doylestown, Pennsylvania

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Custom Classic GTO
Custom Classic GTO
4387 Swamp Road #280
Doylestown, PA 18901
877-896-3294
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1970 Atol blue GTO. This car is a factory Judge striped car. It is not a Judge, but the Judge stripe option is on the build sheet and was ordered like that and documented by PHS. It’s very rare as is the factory color combination. Car has the correct YS block, which is indicated on the build sheet.

Additionally, the car came with factory air conditioning, which we have the a/c bracket for. It appears that everything but the compressor, and one of the brackets is there, and of course some minor hardware. It was taken off about 4 years ago because the previous owner could not afford to get a new compressor and service the system.

The car has power steering, power disc brakes, brand new PMD center caps, console, buckets, factory floor mats, factory wood steering wheel, hood tach, rear spoiler, Judge stripe option, automatic on the floor, seat belts, after market am/fm radio, factory color combination. The car is powerful and runs well. It has an aftermarket air cleaner that looks a little sportier than the factory one. The dual snorkel factory air cleaner can be purchased brand new from Performance Years for about $170.

Under the hood has been cleaned and the block has been repainted to factory color. It has new Factory valve covers, which are now on the car as well as brand new factory dual snorkel air cleaner and chrome cover. Core support area and firewall are clean and straight with a matte black finish. Not National show quality, but again, respectable in my opinion.

The trunk has been cleaned and correctly splatter painted with a new trunk mat and tire cover. The Rally II Wheels were repainted previously and are decent. The lug nuts and center caps are brand new. The rear bumper is original and looks it, but is in very good condition.

Getting back to the interior– progress of interior – beautiful and all brand new, color combination atoll blue paint and blue metallic interior is stunning. Again, everything in the interior including the sil plates, window cranks, etc., are all brand new. The seat foam and springs have all been replaced and I can not stress enough how beautiful the interior is and how gorgeous the color combo is. The dash has been redone as well. There was a non-factory tachometer in the gauge cluster, but has been replaced with the factory clock and, of course, the tach is on the hood now as it should be, to complete the proper look of this car. All weather stripping has been replaced. The car sounds strong and healthy. This is not the original motor but it is a Pontiac correct one.

As for the bad points: the paint job cost about $6,000 which included some body work. It is not perfect but looks very shiny and new. The color and metallic are gorgeous. There are some minor imperfections in the paint and there are a few dings here and there that weren’t addressed prior to paint. A couple on the hood and on a body panel or two. Over all, from five feet away, the paint looks beautiful, but up close you can see some small imperfections. There is some shrinkage in a couple of areas in very small sizes. Nothing to get excited about. The rear bumper is original and has some hazing to it, but is basically dent free. The car is beautiful and the stripes are eye-popping and extremely pleasing and attractive. The nose has a few very minor imperfections, but again, nothing to get up in arms about. The headlight bezels are new, the door handles are new. The rocker panels are new and so are the clips. The glass is very decent.

My research indicates that if this car was done to a Show quality standard it would be worth $75,000 because of its rare color combination and Judge strip option. This car is very reasonably priced and would be a perfect car to take to some shows and drive around and have fun with. The car is beautiful and it is what it is. The tires are good and again, it will get plenty of looks. There is also a transmission leak as it appears that one of the seals is leaking. When the car is driven it doesn’t seem to be bad at all, just a seep or drip. But when it sits for a long time it seems to get worse. At one stretch when the car sat for a couple of months in the paint shop, it lost almost a half quart of fluid. I think it just needs to be driven to keep the transmission seals moist and lubricated. It seems to shift perfect otherwise. Clear title. No liens. Again, this is not a National show car and you may find a thing or two as you go along to tinker or have fun with and improve the car. But, overall, it will suit the purpose and it is a very nice looking car.

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Country
United States
 
City, State
Doylestown, PA
Zip
18901
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Year
1970

 
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