1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air III, Automatic, AC, Documented
Specifications
Body Type: Convertible
VIN: 242670Z111645
Exterior: Polar White
Interior: White
Engine: 400 V8
Numbers: 111645
Transmission: Automatic
Rear Axle: positraction
Numbers: 3.23
Mileage Shown: 28,134
(Actual Mileage Unknown)
Body Numbers:
Options: Power Steering: Yes
Power Brakes: Yes
Power Seats: No
Power Windows: No
Air Conditioning: Yes
Radio: Yes
Stock Number: K16-660
Price: $89,000  Clearance
1970 Pontiac GTO Ram Air III, Automatic, AC, Documented
WOW!!!! A 1 of 114 documented 1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible Ram Air III that is numbers matching YZ engine, loaded with features, is in great shape, and runs as good as it looks!!! It just came to us from Arizona and before that it lived in Texas so you know it has a body and frame that are in great shape with almost all its original sheet metal and floors. It comes with lots of options like Air Conditioning, Power Steering, Automatic Transmission, Power Brakes with front disc, Hood Tach, Cruise Control, Tilt Steering Wheel, Rally Gauge Cluster, Positrac 3.23 rear, and AM FM radio all wrapped in the original color of Polar white with Sandalwood interior. It is clean inside and out, mechanically sound with a rebuilt engine, and drives like a dream. This car has the original build sheet, reciepts for work done, and PHS documentation.

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1968 Pontiac GTO - numbers matching 400 / 350hp V8. Automatic transmission with a Hurst His / Her Daul Gate Shifter. The 1968 GTO was the first year of the second generation, and showed numerous styling changes, dual hood scoop, color-matched Endura bumper and hood mounted tach. This one in Flambeau Burgandy and Black interior is a great color combination. Very Solid frame having come from New Mexico. Drives and sounds awesome.
 
Estimated Monthly Payment
$886.87*
(Based on 20% down over 120 months)
*with approved credit
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