Here's a loaded 1970 Pontiac GTO with the right investments in restoration and preservation. So you get everything you want from the factory colors to a powerful 400 V8 under the hood. And when you price the other GTOs out there, you start to see how much of an exceptional deal this is.
The subtle and factory-correct code 48 Pepper Green hardtop and black vinyl roof give this a premium vintage appearance that could pass for a simple cool cruiser. Of course you might not be able to keep this car incognito for too long. The moment the sunlight hits the earthtone, the modern clearcoat provides a spectacular shine that adds a new depth to this old-school color. And all those correct G-T-O badges inspire fear in lessor cars are present and easily seen. Plus, the hood scoops and Rally II wheels with the PMD (Pontiac Motor Division) center cap remind everyone who is really king. But this real-deal GTO does more than just get the details right. It's highly original and you can see how well it has been cared for over the last 45+ years by the way the body panels remain straight, the rear chrome bumper is mirror-like, and the Endura front bumper continues to look correct & color-matched.
Inside, the green bucket seats are all about sporty business. The interesting color and texture on the chairs coordinate nicely with the door cards, center armrest, roof, dashboard, and three-spoke wheel. These all look quite fresh, which is a true sign of good preservation mixed with proper investment. But the interior is not a monochromatic experience. There is wood paneling on the center console and surrounding the gauge cluster. Plus, 1970 was the first year when Pontiac's performance cars would feature a sporty section of machine-turned aluminum trim. The overall presentation is so authentic you still get the factory AM radio and provisions for factory air conditioning.
One look at the 400 cubic inch V8, and you're again reminded this GTO is all about honesty and originality. It wears the correct Pontiac turquoise block paint with pride, and it sports a chrome air cleaner lid and valve covers (after all, Pontiac knew its customers would be showing off their engine bay.) Pontiac rated a four-barrel carb setup like this around 350 hp right out of the box, and they will certainly hear all of it thanks to the rumble of the dual exhaust. It all ends in the correct bright quad tips integrated under the rear bumper. This one moves down the road nicely thanks to the three-speed automatic that sends power to the 12-bolt rear end. Plus, handling is done right with power steering, disc brakes up front, and Goodyear Wingfoot rubber at all four corners.
A correct and nicely presented all green coupe like this is what muscle car dreams are made of. And when you tell your friends how much you paid, it will leave them green with envy. So hurry to grab this deal. Call today!!