Freshly restored in Texas, this beautiful GTO convertible now sits in our Showroom in Denver, Colorado. This is an extremely high end, well done restoration by a professional restoration shop. The 400ci motor has been freshly rebuilt and has many new parts on it; headers, vintage A/C compressor, chrome alternator, new valve covers, heavy duty radiator and a freshly tuned Edelbrock carburetor. The front suspension has been completely redone with Global West components. Tubular upper and lower control arms, tall ball joints and a new shock and coil spring have been put on, giving it an extremely smooth ride! The A/C allows you to ride in cool comfort with or without the top down making the already comfortable red interior, even more so! The dash on this car is just gorgeous, featuring wood grain accents, nice original gauges, factory console shift, and factory steering wheel. Everything has been either replaced or reconditioned! From the outside, the car looks all original but the subtle upgrades have improved driveability ten folds!
The 1970 GTO had an attractive restyled front-end treatment that had a quad headlight design now separate from the dual front grilles and embedded into the Endura front bumper. This was a great styling touch along with the new fender creases found on the top of each wheel well and the revised rear bumper and taillight design. The 1970 GTO’s optional Judge package and engines were carryovers from the 1969 model year – these included the 350 gross horsepower 400 cubic inch V8, 366 gross horsepower D-port Ram Air III 400 cubic inch V8, and 370 gross horsepower round-port Ram Air IV 400 cubic-inch V8. The exception was the introduction of a new 360 gross horsepower 455 cubic-inch V8 engine which had an astounding 500 lb-ft of torque. For 1970 the most popular GTO engine and transmission combination was the standard 400 V8 and the 3-speed automatic transmission. It was heavier than previous GTOs and it was also the most upscale GTO ever offered with a whole host of available options. The 1970 GTO Judge came standard with the Ram Air III 400 while the Ram Air IV 400 and 455 were both optional. 40,149 GTOs were produced for 1970 (3629 were Judge hardtops and 168 were Judge convertibles), the overall GTO production count was almost half of the previous year, not good news for the future of the GTO.
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