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Up for sale we have a 1970 Pontiac GTO. This is a true GTO with PHS documentation. It has undergone a complete frame off restoration and is done in the factory color combo. In the paragraphs to follow we will give a brief description of the exterior, interior, and driveline of the Pontiac, but first we would like to tell you a little about us.
Smoky Mountain Traders is a classic car dealer in east Tennessee. We are family owned, operated, and own our entire inventory, no consignments, and only deal in muscle cars and vintage auto. You can count on us to have 70 to 80 cars at all times. We don't have a big show room that our customers would otherwise pay for. So, that's how we can sell for less than other dealers. To contact us for more information, pictures, or any questions call our office at (865)988-8088 or visit our SmokyMountainTraders website.
We will start off with the exterior of the GTO. The Atoll Blue covers a straight body that has great door fit and very good gaps all around. Looking closely at the paint you will see it has been buffed and polished to a deep rich shine. At the time of the resto all the weather stripping was replaced round the door and trunk along with new roof rail seals. All the glass in in excellent condition and new window felt has been installed as well. You'll also notice all the chrome and stainless is in excellent condition from the bumpers to the headlight bezels. To finish off the look it's sitting on a set of factory rallyes with Goodyear Polyglass G70-14 tires.
Next, we will get to the interior of the '70. On the inside, it's also done in the factory combination being done in Blue with Bucket Seats and Console with the Hurst Shifter. When you open the door, you'll notice the door panels have been replaced and are in great condition. Also, the seat covers have been replaced and all the padding is very good. The headliner has also been replaced, and the Visors and Rear-View mirror are like new. Looking at the dash you'll see the pad is in great condition. It has had the Amp, Temp and Oil gauges added under the dash and they're working. In the dash the Speedo, Tach, and Gas are working along with the radio.
Finally, we will get to the driveline of the Pontiac. Under the hood the engine bay is well detailed with black inner fenders and firewall. The engine is a 400 with casting number 979991 which decodes to be a Ram Air IV Block. It's mated to a M20 Muncie Four Speed and a 10 Bolt Rear End with 3.23 Gears. Also, it's set up with a '69 model Pontiac Intake 9796614 and a '68 Model Pontiac Quadrajet. It has the stock style Ram Air Breather and the Chrome Valve Covers. For exhaust, it has the stock style manifolds with dual pipes and the stock style mufflers. This GTO does have Power Steering and Power Brakes with Disc up front and drums out back. When you look under it the floors look great along with the frame. New body bushings have been installed along with new brake lines, fuel lines, and a new gas tank.
If we can help you in any way with questions or a specific picture, you can call our office at (865)988-8088. Or feel free to call Daniel at (423) 807 0600, Devvin at (865) 256 2366, or you can e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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