That's right, this is the real deal! This 1970 Pontiac GTO is
absolutely one mean machine with "Ram-Air" induction, D-port heads,
and an authentic Judge wing. Introduced in 1969, the "Judge"
package for the Pontiac GTO was intended as a low-cost, high
performance option to compete toe-to-toe with the Plymouth Road
Runner. Keeping true to how the GTO Judge was fitted from the
factory, this Judge is powered by a YS-Code 400 C.I. V8 paired to a
4-barrel carburetor. Power gets to rear end through a Judge-unique
Hurst "T-Grip" 4-speed manual transmission. The white paint and GTO
Judge decals are presented beautifully over a straight body that
has been buffed to an absolutely gorgeous shine. The black bucket
seats with center console are very comfortable, perfect for
cruising! Options on this Judge include power steering, Ram-Air
induction, D-port heads, center console, Hurst "T-Grip" shifter, a
factory AM/FM radio, and a dual exhaust system. The Judge is
dressed in some great-looking factory-style Pontiac steel wheels on
top of some perfectly-matched Firestone Firehawk RWL tires. For
those who believe they've got a case for owning a Judge, put on
your best suit and wear your best tie, because court is now in
VIN and Cowl Tag decode as follows:
42: Tempest GTO
37: 2-Door Hardtop
0: 1970 model year
1: Assembled in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
107223: Sequence number
70: 1970 model year
24237: GTO, 2-Door Hardtop
OS: Built in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
258: Black vinyl trim
6363: "Palomino Copper" paint, was repainted to 10-Code "Polar
White" at some point during restoration
10C: Built in the 3rd week of October, 1969
1970 Pontiac GTO
Exterior Color:Polar White
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