1970 Pontiac Lemans GTO Clone

1970 Pontiac GTO

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO
Year: 1970
Mileage: 48,000
VIN: 0000237670Z111686
Color: Gold
Transmission: Automatic
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Sioux City, Iowa, United States
Extras
Power Convertible Top
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Description for Pontiac GTO 1970

This 3rd Generation Pontiac Lemans is a gorgeous throw back to when metal and horsepower were king! Power convertible top added for convenience. Interior seats inperfect condition, motor clean as a whistle andthegrowl of the motor is a reminder of classic American muscle engineering. Below is some great info on the evolution to the 3rd generation Lemans.

For 1970, Pontiac reshuffled its intermediate lineup with the Le Mans nameplate downgraded to the mid-line sub-series previously known as the Tempest Custom and included two- and four-door pillared sedans, while the previous top Le Mans series was renamed the Le Mans Sport in the same three body styles including a four-door hardtop, two-door hardtop. This year, bigger engines - which had previously reserved for GTOs - were made available on lesser Tempest/Le Mans models including a 400CID V8 rated at 265hp (198kW) with a two-barrel carburetor or a 330hp (246kW) option with a four-barrel carburetor and dual exhausts. At mid-year the bottom Tempest line, which initially included only two- and four-door sedans, added the T-37 hardtop coupe which was initially described as "General Motors' lowest-priced hardtop. Less expensive than the GTO, the T-37 hardtop coupe offered a GT-37 appearance package that included striping, three-speed floor shift transmission, tuned suspension and other trim. The GT-37 was available with any Tempest/Le Mans V8 from the standard 350 two-barrel to the 400 four-barrel. Replacing the Pontiac-built OHC as the base engine for Tempest/Le Mans models for 1970 was Chevrolet's 250 cubic-inch straight-six engine, while the 350 two-barrel was again the base V8 and the four-barrel 350 HO was discontinued.