Offered here is a one family owned 1970 GTO with 39,286 original miles. This beautiful muscle car was purchased new at a Pontiac dealer in Santa Maria, California and has always been garaged in Lompoc, CA. The car remains unmolested and in remarkable original condition. Interior upholstery, carpets, door panels and headliner show as they came from the factory. The car received one repaint some time in the past plus a vinyl top was added. All original rubber weatherstrip and door hardware remain intact and not painted. The trunk is clean and neat and appears extremely solid under the factory matte (see photo). Power comes by a 400ci V/8 with a 4bbl carburator matched to an automatic transmission. The car sits and sounds right with a very throaty presence. Minor flaws: There is a stain on the upholstery on the driver's seat. Slight paint bubbling was noticed along the stainlesss trim along the back window (see photos). All-in-all the vehicle is outstanding. A true muscle car needing nothing but to driven, shown and enjoyed.
For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924.
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