LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge RAM AIR IV Convertible.
Conceived as direct competition for Plymouth’s bargain basement Road Runner, Pontiac’s GTO Judge hit the street in 1969 with a higher standard level of trim as part of a package that included bold graphics, the GTO’s special suspension, wide-tread Polyglas G70-14 tires and the 400/366 HP Ram Air III engine. The Judge could be had with the much more radical Ram Air IV, deceitfully rated at just 370 HP. The Ram Air IV returned in the artfully restyled 1970 GTO, which gained a more muscular look with a new Endura front end and pronounced fender creases accented on the Judge by multi-colored graphics. At $558.20 the 1970 Ram Air IV option was outrageously expensive, but it was also Pontiac engineering at its renowned best: a 4-bolt main block, high-lift cam with 1.65:1 rocker arms working in free-flowing round-port heads, special aluminum intake manifold and high-flow cast iron headers, all topped with the famous Ram Air intake system sealed to twin hood scoops.
This 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge RAM AIR IV Convertible is one of just 6 that were ever built with the Turbo Hydra-Matic transmission, making this one of the most coveted and rare Pontiacs to ever exist. Factory painted in Palladium Silver, it is the only one of its kind, further increasing the rarity and desirability. As many know, the RAIV engine was rated at 370 hp, only 4 more than the RAIII, but to people in the know, the Ram Air IV engine was a bit of a secret weapon! Making much more than advertised horsepower, they are a very sought after commodity among Pontiac enthusiasts and collectors. Having a complete and full restoration, this GTO’s interior and exterior are in excellent condition. This Judge is completely and fully documented by Pontiac Historical Services. This is an opportunity to own a true piece of muscle car history and royalty. With so few made, and it being the only one of this color, this unique American icon is sure to please and amaze car fanatics wherever you go.