GTO Judge Tribute
REAL GTO, 400 V8, WORKING AC, PS, PB, FACTORY TACH, PHS DOCS, JUDGE TRIBUTE!
There were only 3,629 GTO Judge coupes built in 1970, so it's much easier to look cool behind the wheel of your muscle car when you don't have to be worried about preserving rarity. This 1970 Pontiac offers you a faithful tribute to these extremely rare muscle cars while also saving huge money. Plus, when it looks as good as this one, it's up to you to decide if you want to share this car's secret.
Getting a GTO right is no easy task. For starters, the stylish and dent-resistant Endura front bumpers were exclusive to the GTOs and not shared with any other mid-size Pontiacs in 1970. The functional dual-scoop is another unmistakable icon of this muscle car. All of this is set off with its factory-correct bright white paint on a laser-straight body to grab everyone's attention. When showing up or showing off, enthusiasts know The Judge is much more than just getting the highly stylized decals accurate on the fender and the trunk. This package was about adding more street-smart aggression, so getting one of these right has to include extras like the wild colored side stripes and the rear spoiler. The Rally II wheels are a hallmark of these muscle cars because they have a stylistic flair with the PMD (Pontiac Motor Division) center cap that gives them a hint of industrial inductiveness.
Inside, the deep black bucket seats are all about sporty business. The chair's dark vinyl matches the color of the door cards, center armrest, roof, and dashboard, but the interior is not a monochromatic experience. There is wood appliqué' on the center console and surrounding the gauge cluster. Plus, 1970 was the first year when Pontiac's performance cars would feature a section of billet aluminum trim – a touch many other tributes often miss. The steering wheel is actually a later unit out of a Trans Am, which gives it the comfort of a smaller diameter, and better grip. This tribute to The Judge comes with plenty of convenience options such as power steering and air conditioning. And as a nice cool original touch, you AM/FM stereo can still play the 8-tracks. But performance is the real attitude on this Pontiac. It has a full gauge package that includes a factory tachometer and an auxiliary setup with water, power, and oil readouts. Of course what you'll really love is the Hurst dual gate shifter. The chrome piece not only looks great, but it also helps you get the most out of the monster motor.
It wouldn't be a '70 GTO without the big 400 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It looks great filling out the tidy engine bay. But beyond just the looks, this one is a strong performer with upgrades such as a Holley four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. This makes a great rumble out of the dual exhaust with performance H-pipe construction. And when you check out those pipes, take a look at the frame and undercarriage. It's presently clean, which is not something you often see for the 70s. The power steering, automatic transmission, and front disc brakes makes the coupe good for cruising, which is good because there's an extra feeling of confidence from behind the wheel of these tribute cars.
This Pontiac coupe came down the same assembly line in between its GTO brothers (and has the PHS documents to prove it,) but it likely didn't spend its first few years making jackrabbit starts at each traffic light like most GTOs did. Instead, this one just has all the appearance of a cherished original at a fraction of the price. Call today!!!
8 Track, AM/FM Radio, Air Conditioning, Vinyl Interior, Front Disc Brakes, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seatbelts
PHS Documentation, Restoration Photos
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 400 V8
- Transmission Type
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Polar White
- Body Style
- Paint Type
- 18,125 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months