1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible 4 Speed Original Paint! Interior, Top! No Reserve!

Price: - Item location: Itasca, Illinois, United States
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: GTO
  • Type: Convertible
  • Trim: GTO 4 Speed Convertible
  • Year: 1970
  • Mileage: 67000
  • VIN: 242
  • Color: Red
  • Engine size: 400
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: 4 Speed
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Sandalwood
  • Drive side: LHD
  • Options: Convertible
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1970 Pontiac GTO GTO 4 Speed Convertible

1970 Pontiac GTO 400/350hp 4 Speed Posi #'s Matching Convertible2 Owner CarExtremely OriginalCompletely Rust FreeOriginal Cardinal Red Paint, front bumper repainted.All Original Sandalwood Interior, including Carpet (Dash Pad has been restored)All #s Matching400/350HP Engine Muncie M20 4 Speed 3.55 Posi Rear EndFactory Hood Tach and Rally Gauge Cluster Car
Engine resealed in 2017 and detailed with hardened valve seats, all gaskets replaced, carb rebuilt, accessories rebuilt, new clutch and cut flywheel, various hoses replaced...for reliability.
Runs and drives great! Original Convertible top is very nice! The rear window was replaced with a glass one recently.
67,000 miles are accurate! Have every VA Safety Inspection Sticker from 1972-1999...mileage on every one.Protect-O-Plate, Build Sheet, PHS...
Multiple National Award Winner!
2014 Nationals Survivor Gold Award2015 Toth "Best Survivor" Award2016 Celebrity Choice Award"Barn Finds" Editors Choice Car
This car is well known and respected in the Pontiac community. I show it often.
Private Sale, Collector owned (Me). I ship my cars all around the Country for shows, so I keep a Central Dispatch Account for auto shipping. I can get you this car faster than Amazon!
Give me a call 630 273-7595I am a Pontiac Collector, I know these cars very well...ask awaySelling to fund other hobbies.This is a turn key...needs nothing...honest survivor...find another like it!
Look at my feedback...I don't sell junk, own junk, misrepresent junk...this is my hobby...liquidating my collection to fund other hobbies.
Car is for sale on other venues and auction can and will be ended in the event of a sale outside of eBay.
No Game Players...this auction won't last!

On Apr-10-19 at 21:32:18 PDT, seller added the following information:


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On Apr-11-19 at 22:36:05 PDT, seller added the following information:

Some additional undercarriage photos...note...the entire undercarriage car been sprayed every 3 months with "Fluidfilm" to prevent any corrosion on bare metal parts...also...the transmission stamp...with the partial vin on it.

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On Apr-11-19 at 22:41:07 PDT, seller added the following information:


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On Apr-14-19 at 23:30:19 PDT, seller added the following information:

I figured I'd answer some of the questions I received....
1. What type of exhaust is on the car? A. The original exhaust, including mufflers, and hangars...it left the factory with in late 1969. Yes, the original buck riveted scrap inner tube exhaust hangars are still in tact...no, there are no exhaust leaks.
2.This car is so original, why on earth would you detail the engine? A.Personal preference...I like reliable...and respectable when I pop the hood.
3. Why is the trans VIN stamp upside down? A: They were all like that...to go a step further the date code decodes to (P) Muncie, IN (0) 1970 Model Year (M) August (18) 18th day of August 1969 (A) M20
4. What will you take for the car? I'd have to put 10-20K into restoring it. A. This car isn't for you, and you may need to rethink what you want out of a car.
5. Whats all that yellow goop on the bottom of the floor pans? Floor pans appear rusty! A. The yellow goop is simply a lubricant, called Fluid Film...sprays right off. Makes the floors look lumpy or even crusty...but they are not. As far as rust goes...the factory commonly left bare metal spots on the floor pans, most of the frames were never even painted, half painted, etc. There is some flash rust in various spots on the bare metal sections of the floor pans...but 5 minutes and a scotch bright pad would remove it...I like original...so I just fluid film it.
6.Can I drive it home to Texas? A.Sure, if you felt like it, you could. Myself personally, I'd just ship it.
7.That car has 167,000 miles on it I bet...prove the miles are original! A. Well, you just put your foot in your mouth. This car spent its' entire life in Virginia, and every year it has to get a State Police Safety Inspection...which states the miles. I have all of them...the miles are accurate.
8.What makes this car so special? A. It's a very low production car, in some of the best colors, in a 4 speed...with the most desirable "go fast" options...very low documented miles...in remarkable unrestored condition...with loads of documentation.
9. I got a loan through JJ Best....A. Stop right there...you should buy from a Dealer...or buy it outright...and sell it to your wife...then get a loan out on it...I hate dealing with those finance companies.
10. I got cash money...$100 bills...what will you take? A. As much as I don't enjoy paying my taxes...I paid top dollar for this car...and wouldn't care if it were cash, or a wire transfer...all the same to me.
11. As far as price goes...what would the selling price be on the title? A. Illinois titles do not have a provision for price...the bill of sale will include my name and yours...what you put for a price is your business, my obligation stops there. As a gift...I'll give you the pen I signed the bill of sale with...
12. Can I send a Inspector out to see the car? A. Absolutely, I encourage it! before you place your bid. I can also put you in touch with some Senior Pontiac Judges that know the car...I'm also happy to take your Inspector for a ride in the car.
13. Are you some kind of expert on these cars? A. I make no claims of being a expert...but...I'd like to think I'm very knowledgable.
14. Do you want to trade for my Harley, boat, and wife? A. I've got all 3, they are all expensive to maintain and always have issues...so no trades at this time.
15. Can I have it shipped to CA and pay the truck when it gets here? A. Life don't work that way...I expect prompt payment...then your truck can take it to CA.
16. Whats not original to the car...A. tires, air in the tires, brake shoes, wheel cylinders, pitman arm, shocks, air filter, oil filter, points, spark plugs, distributor cap, rotor, battery, timing chain and gears, various gaskets and seals, battery, battery cable ends, belts, hoses, paint on the endura bumper, and various light lacquer blending. wiper blades, dash pad, gas tank, antenna, convertible top rear window, I'm sure a few other small items...

On Apr-15-19 at 10:58:28 PDT, seller added the following information:


On Apr-15-19 at 19:26:40 PDT, seller added the following information:

I received a question today regarding paint on the door latch, trunk latch, and underside showing red "overspray". Well, I guess I should enlighten some people. When these bodies were painted at the Fisher Body Plant, they were painted with the doors and trunk lid mounted. So, the door and trunk latch "should" be painted red. Moreover, the bottom of the car (including the firewall) was actually painted some body color. Then, the firewalls, and bottom of the car would have been quickly sprayed with 40% semi gloss black paint, so you ended up with body color, semi gloss black and bare metal on the firewalls and undersides of these cars. Moreover, the trunk latch would be body color at the top, and then a "mishmash" of body color and black/aqua spatter paint, so this is technically correct. Too many people see improperly restored cars and think they are correct, when in fact, they are not.

On Apr-15-19 at 19:47:38 PDT, seller added the following information:

From the GTOAA Concourse Judging Manual...

"All door fasteners painted body color as part of factory assembly on 1968 and later models. Strikers, latches, and fasteners natural finish on 1967 and earlier models."

"Exterior paint color overspray on floor pans is acceptable."