This is a real ‘242’ code 1970 GTO, one of only 3,700 convertibles built in 1970. It’s an excellent driver quality car with a few small cosmetic blemishes, but overall a solid reliable GTO.
On the outside, it’s been repainted Pepper Green. There are a few scratches on the nose but it looks great from a distance. This GTO has a power convertible top that works flawlessly. The quarter panels are rust free, and the underside and inner fenders have been undercoated. There is no sign of rust or serious damage to the car.
The interior is in good condition except for a few faded trim pieces. The radio, tachometer, and air conditioning do not work. The green vinyl seats match the exterior of the car and gives a real 70’s vibe. The seats and carpets are in excellent condition.
Under the hood there is the numbers matching 400 cubic inch Pontiac V8 with a Tubo-Hudramatic three speed automatic transmission. This car has been extremely reliable. The engine runs smooth, sounds good, and pulls hard. The ride and handling is excellent. It’s soft and comforting, yet it’s firm in the corners thanks to a rear anti-sway bar.
This car came with many options including air conditioning, power steering, power disk brakes, rally wheels, and a power top. The car is priced below market value for a quick sale and there is no room for negotiation.