1972 Pontiac GTO Judge Tribute
We know you've checked around and realized that it takes a nice investment to get a true 1972 Pontiac GTO. But for those who want to show off great looks without big sticker apprehension, this GTO Judge tribute made all the right investments without charging for extra pedigree. It's not a hard formula to turn a LeMans into a GTO, but it does require attention to detail and a healthy budget. It starts with the Tangerine Orange that has plenty of lust thanks to a modern clearcoat application. It's part of an upgraded package that paints the front bumper and adds the aggressive dual intake hood. This color is kin to one of the most recognizable GTO hues, especially for the hottest version going, The Judge. And the rear decal, large spoiler, and profile sunrise strip package just seals the deal for this one Ã¢â‚¬â€œ it'll truly be up to you to tell people this is a tribute car. In fact, just about the only thing that doesn't look straight from 1972 is the set of large 17-inch American Racing wheels. But these star-shaped alloys only add flair to an already impressive package. A proper GTO tribute also has to get the interior right, too. That means upgraded features like bucket seats, a center console, and the iconic machine-tuned panel on the lower dash. The seats have a plush pattern that's an instant reminder that you paid a little more for a Pontiac back in the day. Plus, the matching door panels and headliner are clean and complete in the standout white. But thanks to black carpeting, you don't have to worry about dusting off your shoes before hopping in and going for a drive Ã¢â‚¬â€œ after all, that's the whole point of a cool muscle car like this. While this is considered an intermediate size car by the standards back then, it certainly has plenty of room to take up to four family and friends with you today. And a 1972 car like this is the perfect example to do that Ã¢â‚¬â€œ it was the final year for the pillarless hardtop styling we all love from the muscle car era. It wouldn't be a GTO without a powerful American V8. This has a 350 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. It looks great filling out the tidy engine bay with its standout turquoise block and valve covers radiating from within this performance heart. But beyond just the looks, this one is a strong performer with a four-barrel carburetor and Edelbrock intake. And everyone will know there's no replacement for displacement from the moment they hear the deep rumble of the dual exhaust as she fires right up. Plus, the power steering, three-speed automatic transmission, and front disc brakes makes the coupe good for cruising, and that's exactly what you want. After all, a tribute car Is meant for driving, and this gives an extra feeling of confidence from behind the wheel. We love the fact that this is a sharp, clean, classic muscle car that will command attention wherever it goes. This GTO Judge tribute is a car you can be proud to drive, and easy to enjoy on the road. Don't miss out on a great package, call today!