Duffys Classic Cars
250 CLASSIC CAR COURT SW
Cedar Rapids, IA
Cedar Rapids, IA
1970 Pontiac GTO Judge
This great GTO is an original documented Judge with PHS verification. The restoration was completed earlier this year with minimal test miles driven. The power is delivered via the original YZ code 400 V8 with Ram Air and Turbo 400 transmission and a 3.23 rear end. This one is an original Fremont, California built car sold new at Bob Longpre Pontiac in Westminster CA. Finished in correct and original Pepper Green with Judge graphics and a rear spoiler this fine GTO is ready to have fun with. The interior is correct black vinyl buckets with a full console in between and GM seat belts. The option list is long including Air Conditioning, Power Steer and Brakes, front disc of course, Hood Tach, and more. It rolls around on 14 inch Pontiac Rally II wheels without the trim rings as any Judge would. The dash is great, and houses the Rally Gauge Cluster, the door panels and headliner are all superb. Yes it's a real Judge with all the visuals and lots of power to enjoy today.
Numbers matching YZ code 400 Ram Air III with 366 horse power
Turbohydramatic 400 Transmission
Saf-T-Trac 3.23 rear end
Full Pontiac Historical Society documentation included along with a binder of restoration receipts
Factory correct and full functioning Air Conditioning
Fabulous Pepper Green Paint with a Urethane Front bumper in great shape
Correct Black Vinyl Bucket Seats GM seat belts front and rear and full console
Rally II Wheels with Firestone G70/14 Raised White Letter tires
Correct Rear Spoiler with Judge logo
Factory Correct Hood Tach with Rally Gauges and Clock
Stock Shifter with full console with storage
Stainless Wheel Lip Moldings
Excellent Chrome Trim
Full Performance Tuned Dual Exhaust with correct Tips
Nicely detailed engine bay and trunk
This fine Judge was built in Freemont CA and sold new in Westminster CA
We don't see many real Judges and to find one with these options is a real score
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