1970 GTO Judge- The GTO was produced from 1964-1974 and again from
2004-2006. 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 is fire engine red with a matching red vinyl
interior. Good Year 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. This 1970 Pontiac
GTO Judge 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. Email us today to set an appointment to see
this beauty! Visit Alexander Automotive online at
alexanderautomotive.net to see more pictures of this vehicle or
call us at 615-791-9898 today to schedule your test drive.
1970 Pontiac GTO (The Judge)
Model:GTO (The Judge)
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