Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1970
Pontiac GTO convertible. The GTO was produced from 1964-1974 and
again from 2004-2006. Some have considered the Pontiac GTO the
poster child for popularizing the muscle car phenomenon in the
mid-sixties. This 1970 is a second- generation model produced from
1968-1972. Manufactured on the Tempest line, the 1970 GTO retained
its urethane nose but received suspension upgrades including a rear
anti-roll bar which resulted in improved body lean and understeer.
Variable-ratio power steering was also made available in 1970. Our
1970 Pontic GTO convertible is painted in fire engine red with a
matching red vinyl interior. The black convertible top and B. F.
Goodrich raised white letter tires mounted on factory five-spoke
wheels are the icing on a great looking car. Bucket seats, three
spoked steering wheel and woodgrain/ brushed aluminum dash define
this sport GTO. Under the hood is a 400 cubic inch V-8 attached to
a four-speed manual transmission. Dual exhaust gives this GTO a
nice throaty sound on acceleration. Comfort features included a
power convertible top, power steering, power brakes and a parade
boot. This 1970 Pontiac GTO convertible defines the muscle car era.
A car with sporty good looks and enough horse- power under the hood
to make your heart beat just a little bit faster.
1970 Pontiac GTO
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