About 1970 Pontiac GTO
Although it only enjoyed a 10-year production run, the Pontiac GTO left a lasting legacy, making it one of the most sought-after muscle cars even today. With muscle car fans and gearheads, the 1970 Pontiac GTO is among the best of the genre, falling smack in the middle of the line's second generation at the height of its popularity. The 1970 model had more of a sports coupe look to it, with a split front grille and two additional front headlights added. Many of the GTOs from this year are two-door coupes, although two-door hardtops and two-door convertibles are also available. The standard engine is a 400-cubic inch, 6.6-liter engine mated to either a three-speed manual or automatic transmission, but an upgrade to a 455ci, 7.5-liter V8 engine paired to a four-speed manual transmission was also an option. Orbit Orange was the standard color, such as the one that was in the movie "Two-Lane Blacktop," but other standard Pontiac colors were available, too. Another upgrade package available was "The Judge," which upgraded the engine, and includes rally wheels, wider tires, Hurst shifter, and rear spoiler. Whether you are looking for a standard 1970 GTO or a Judge model, or even parts and accessories to keep the one you already own running well, whatever you want to find is on eBay as part of a large available inventory.