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1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Pro-Touring convertible. 5-speed

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1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Pro-Touring convertible. 5-speed

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5-Speed Manual
Accent Stripes
Adjustable Steering Wheel
Air conditioning
Alloy Wheels
Center Arm Rest
Center Console
Chrome Bumper
Convertible
Coolant Temp. Gauge
Courtesy Lights
Digital Instruments
Dual Exhaust
Floor Mats
Front Bucket Seats
Front Spoiler
Leather Steering Wheel
Metallic Paint
Radial tires
Rear Spoiler
Rear-Wheel Drive
V-Style Engine
Xenon Lights

‘Orbit Orange, a high-impact color made famous by the ’70 GTO, but with a lot of pearl mixed in it takes on a whole new look in the sun and earned a new name: Citrus Pearl Metallic.’

‘The Judge graphics aren’t decals, they were custom painted by noted expert Jim Boitnott, then buried under a few coats of clear for a totally seamless look and feel—run your fingers over them and you can’t feel the edge. Experts will note that 1971 sport mirrors were installed along with chin and deck lid spoilers to give it a very correct look and if not for the stance, the giant rolling stock, and the Zoops tri-bar headlights, this car might pass for a concours piece.’

‘There’s a custom center console with a Hurst shifter that now shows five gears instead of the usual four. A custom brushed aluminum instrument panel has been stuffed with Auto Meter Cobalt gauges for all the primary functions, and they’re joined by an A-pillar pod with an air/fuel gauge and ultra-trick DPIC unit that measures 0-60 times, ¼-mile times, reaction time, and real-time G-forces. ‘


‘the simply spectacular engine bay, which is filled with 473 cubic inches of Pontiac big block V8. It’s a 1971 455 built by Gaydosh Performance in Baltimore, Maryland. A Butler Performance balanced rotating assembly is the heart, and consists of an Eagle forged crank and rods, Ross forged aluminum pistons, and a Howard roller cam with a custom grind that makes this sucker really thump. Up top there are ported and polished Pontiac 6X cast heads with oversized Ferrea valves, Crane roller rockers, and heavy-duty valve springs that were matched to the cam by Howard’s. Edelbrock supplied the polished dual quad intake as well as the pair of chrome 600 CFM 4-barrel carburetors that are the highlight of the entire engine bay. There’s also a substantial fuel system in place to keep the 600 horsepower big block fed, including a custom-built stainless gas tank, a huge Edelbrock 160 GPH fuel pump, and ½-inch fuel lines. Doug’s Headers supplied the D-port long-tube headers and there’s a custom stainless Magnaflow exhaust system with an X-pipe and 2.5-inch pipes that sound simply amazing.’

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3 Comments

  1. Jeffrey Earnest

    Jeffrey Earnest

    August 10, 2015 at 3:16 am

    Ok guys. You had fun with my car. Now give it back, please. 🙂

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  2. Ricky Thompson

    Ricky Thompson

    February 26, 2016 at 12:57 am

    Sweet ride

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  3. Joey White

    Joey White

    February 26, 2016 at 12:59 am

    Wowieeee

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