This professionally restored, beautiful 1970 Pontiac GTO is up for sale, and brought to you by Caruso Classic Cars. Originally a GTO with the standard 400 engine in it; it was restored less than 10 years ago and carefully finished into a "Judge" clone with the added 455 engine with 4 barrel carb. It has an automatic transmission that was completely redone. Everything from the ground, up, was restored. The exterior is the year correct, Palisades Green, which is in mint condition from the restoration; as well, the fender "Judge" striped and trunk wing were added. The interior is in excellent shape and is green as well, No rips, tears or anything of such on the dash or seats. Car also features: original factory radio works, factory A/C, new tires, PMD rims, dual exhaust. With so many new and restored parts this GOAT is ready to go, the only thing it needs is a new owner! More info pls call/txt Nick (781) 351-0409 or email email@example.com
This is the ninth vehicle in the 30-day Countdown to Barrett-Jackson’s 47th annual Scottsdale auction.
This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible was originally built at the Baltimore Plant and shipped April 22, 1969, to Bowan McLean Motorcar Company in Vancouver, British Columbia.
About 700 collector cars are expected at the Kansas City Convention Center for Mecum Auctions’ final sale of the year December 1-3.
The GTO nameplate began life on a Ferrari.
With the start of August a few days away, I cringe at the thought of endless Arizona summer days with temperatures hot enough to bake cookies inside your car.
‘You will definitely stand out in the sea of Camaros and Mustangs with this GTO,” the seller of the Pick of the Day promises.
In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager Pete Estes and chief engineer John DeLorean sat down with the division’s sales manager, to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
In 1963, Pontiac Motor Division general manager and chief engineer sat down with the division’s sales manager to discuss their new 1964 GTO muscle car.
For the last few years, I’ve been spending evenings with my 11-year-old son, Rhodes, looking for interesting cars online that we could “Fly and buy”.