1970 Pontiac Convertible Gto Base 6.6l on 2040-cars
Grovetown, Georgia, United States
Super clean 1970 gto convertible. Car was cosmetically restored around 12 years ago and kept inside since. Car was originally Palisade Green with black interior.The car has no paint lines anywhere and paint still looks wet and very shiny. I have tons of receipts and documents in a photo album. I have included a picture of engine rebuild( approx. 20,000 miles ago) . Everything mechanically and cosmetically has been new in last 20,000 miles including front ball joints, springs, idler arm, gauges, exhaust, trans, trans convertor, convertible top. If you can think of it , it has been replaced. Lights, new gauges(oil pressure, water temp, gas and tach) interior lights, locks, work as they should, as does turn signals, horn, wipers. Windows are tinted and are aligned perfectly( all windows are in excellent shape), and go up and down as good as new. Top is in excellent shape and works as it should. It has a am/fm/cd stereo with molded kick panels and a subwoofer in trunk with a Custom Autosound radio in dash( not hooked up , but new). A/c blew cold when I bought it 4 years ago and I have not tried to charge it because it has not been swapped to the new Freon yet. Every single thing under the hood is like it came from factory. Car has original motor and trans with 3.23 rear end, runs and shifts perfectly with no leaks. The Only rust is shown in a picture( small bubble on right corner of trunk and a small amount (surface rust) on a few inches around trunk weatherstrip. The only paint underneath that has been done is under wheel wells. The rest of underneath is like in came from factory(no rust). Interior and trunk are in excellent condition with new parts everywhere. Feel free to call me with any questions Wayne at (706)755-8808
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