1970 Pontiac Other 2 Door

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1970 Other 2 Door
Availability:Available
Condition:Pre-Owned
Miles:12,371 Miles
Price:$53,000


Seller:Patrick Krook
City, State:Grayslake, IL - (Map It!)
Email Contact:Click Here To Email The Seller
Phone Number:847-838-3749
Additional Link:More Info @ Show Your Auto LLC

Exterior Color:White w/ Blue Stripes
Interior Color:Blue
Doors:2
Fuel Type:Gasoline
Drive Train:RWD 3.55:1
Engine:400 CI 345hp Numbers Matching, built to IV specs
Transmission:Automatic

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Vehicle Listing Description
You are looking at a genuine, real deal 1970 Ram Air III Pontiac Trans Am, Numbers Matching Motor and 12,371 reading on the odometer and an actual mileage title to back it up. PHS documentation accompanies the car, showing AM/FM Stereo, Console, Custom Trim, and full Sun-Ray glass as the only options added when the car was ordered from Knafel Pontiac in Akron, Ohio. I have personally inspected this vehicle, drove it, and took all the photos and video you see here.

This car is a stunning, low mile car, receiving only one quality repaint and refurbishment as needed. The original interior is striking, seats, carpets, dash and console are in tremendous condition showing little wear. Trim round the black light and ‘B’ pillars showing the characteristic sun-fading typical of an original, unrestored interior. The only thing I couldn’t get to work is the clock, wipers, and the interior dome light (which is likely a burned out bulb). Heat works fine, blowing at each speed. The radio turned on and tuned. Even the door ajar buzzer sounded when the key is in the ignition.

Turn the key and the numbers matching 400 jumps to life, settling into a rumble that is the envy of all the other cars in the garage. She was upfitted to Ram Air IV specs by the original owner. The Heads, Intake, and Exhaust Manifolds are all correct RAM AIR IV pieces. The Carb is an NOS 750 cfm Q-Jet, correct but not properly stamped for Ram Air IV. She was rebuilt by preious owner and runs smooth and pulls strong. Engine oil, trans fluid, and coolant are all clean, looking fresh. The engine bay is clean and very stock appearing, paint peeling back from the exhaust manifolds is the only thing that tells you this car is meant to be driven, not a trailered show queen.

The body was repainted about 5 years ago, original stripes were retained, carefully masked off as were the door jambs. There is no sloppy overspray, only a masking edge that can be felt if you run your finger over it. At 10 feet, even closer than that, the car looks 3 years old, not 37. Upon close examination, there are a few touch ups, particularly in the blue hood stripe. There are also a few hairline cracks in the nose, one the centerline of the nose and two smaller ones, near driver’s side headlight cove and the other 1/4” long the passenger side. This is common for an original nose section. Topside and underside there was no apparent evidence of crash or rust repair.

The paint lays down nicely, no orange peel or inclusions. You can tell the body guy felt the panels were in too good of condition to warrant bringing the car down to bare metal. Panel fit is very good with doors opening and shutting easily. Looking down each side of the car the sides are straight, panel lines aligning well with one another. She stands up well. As a car you want to be able to drive, you couldn’t ask for nicer paint.

An undercarriage examination yielded only minor seepage was detected around the transmission fluid pan. The rest of the underbody looks show ready, finished in red oxide primer, and black frame rails. Suspension hardware, fluid lines, springs and bushings look new. The exhaust is a custom bent stainless steel with Magnaflow mufflers and stock tips. The sound is intoxicating.

According to Trans Am production numbers out of 3,108 400 H.O. Trans Am’s made in 1970, only 1,339 were Automatics. How many have 12,000 actual miles, still numbers matching? Not many.
 
Vehicle Listing Features
    Color: White w/ Blue Stripes, Blue Interior
    A/C: No
    Miles: 12,371
    Cruise: No
    Doors: 2
    Tilt: No
    Engine: 400 CI 345hp Numbers Matching, built to IV specs Power Locks: No
    Transmission: Automatic
    Power Steering: Yes
    Drive Train: RWD 3.55:1
    Power Seats: No
    Body Type: Fastback
    Power Brakes: Yes
    Power Windows: No
    Condition: Outstanding 2
    Originality Numbers Matching & Correct
    Accessories: Spoiler
    Stereo: Stock AM/FM
    Location: Houston, TX
    Power Steering