The GTO remains one of the most popular muscle cars of all time.
Pontiac introduced the concept in 1964 and the second-gen GTO
debuted for the '68 model year. It was based on the mid-size Lemans
chassis with potent engine/suspension upgrades and GTO body visual
enhancements. The second-gen GTO was somewhat larger than the
original, but a much better all-around car. According to the VIN,
our 2-owner 1970 GTO convertible is a '42 code' factory GTO. The
current owner (22 years) has restored the car to virtually
better-than-showroom condition. A new 2-stage finish of Atoll Blue
was professionally applied in 2021 and is stunning. Exterior
enhancements include dual hood scoops, hood tach, 'GTO' trim and
Pontiac Rally II wheels w/BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. The Black
vinyl bucket seat interior has been fully restored (1999) to
original and is in good condition. A beautiful wood grain/turned
metal dash is accented by a Pontiac 'Tans AM' style wheel on a tilt
column. The power convertible top looks virtually new and all
window glass is tinted. The owner states and it has been verified
that the Pontiac 400cid motor is numbers-matching and is factory
rated at 350hp and 455 lb/ft. The original motor has been modified
(heads, intake & carburetor have been replace/modified) and sounds
just as a GTO should. This 400 is backed by a rebuilt 4-speed
Muncie M20 manual transmission (also numbers-matching) w/Hurst
shifter and posi-traction differential with 3.73:1 performance
gearing. A nicely detailed chassis is equipped with power steering,
power disc/drum brakes, stainless exhaust and new fuel tank. The
current owner is ready to pass this beautiful Goat on to the next
lucky caretaker and when you purchase an authentic '42 code' GTO in
this condition, you will not go wrong. ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS
1970 Pontiac GTO
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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