1971 Pontiac GTO Judge Tribute For Sale
Offered here for sale, a 1971 GTO Judge Tribute 2-Door Hardtop. A real GTO
2-Door Coupe. i of 9,497 built in 1971. $5k in new 455 cid engine with less
than 1k miles. For information, please call Dave Henry at 760 835-0115 or
1971 Pontiac GT37 for sale in Nationwide, NC 27603 at Class #VNclassics
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1970 Pontiac GT-37
1970 Pontiac GT-37 Restoration. Recent frame off. Everything is new. Body
work still needs to be completed.
I got kinda hard on some of my friends in this video but they have had cars
sitting around for a longtime and say its a restoration but do nothing to
it! this is the product of 2yrs of work with probably another one year to
complete it all the way.
This video dosent show a lot of what has been done.
but will give you a rough idea of the shape of the car it was in great
shape when I got it
I have been out of the loop for a while and car is in storage. its 90% done
now just needing pain.
I will return it to original color and no I will not put flames or any kind
of flashy paint job on it just return it to original.
as for is it a real GT-37 YES it is, the first thing I did was to have it
as for how can one tell if they have a gt37 well the vin will start with
233 and NO the base tempest DOES NOT HAVE A VIN THAT STARTS WITH 233
there's starts with a 237!
However the best thing to do is still have it phs documented.
theres lots of information going around that is no good!
people need to learn to get there facts straight before commenting .
its the bad information going around that wrecks this hobby for people.
there are also lots of websites that make claims but still they have not a
clue in the world what they are talking about but yet think they are some
sort of an expert because of what they herd from someone else.
the bottom line is contact the Pontiac historical society PHS they are the
real experts and have all the real facts,
even after 30yrs of restoring these types of cars I myself still get
there is no one person expert no one person knows everything.
contact the phs they are the ones in the know.
I hope this serves to help a little.
69 GTO Judge " Sounds Nasty " 4 Speed 2 1/2" Pypes Exhaust
1969 GTO Judge 1st. Cold start after being fully restored. The idle is a
little high. It's a real PHS documented 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge. With a WS
Ram Air III 400 CID engine, 4 Speed tranny. Running 3 tube hedman headers
with a 2 1/2" Pypes with X crossover Exhaust system. I added lots of options
including: Tilt, 8-Track, dual remote mirrors, maplight, Tinted windows,
hideaway headlights, Exhaust tips, NOS
Hurst emblem, Lojack, door edge guards, quick ratio power steering. The
frame was powdercoated along with the control arms sway bar etc. The car
had a rare Ram Air 4 Distributer that gives it a nice loopy sound along
with a nasty cam.
1971 Lemans GT 37
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1971 PONTIAC GT - 37 -- BASICALLY A DRESSED UP PONTIAC TEMPEST
By the early seventies, insurance on muscle cars got too expensive and
producing muscle cars was cost heavy also. The Pontiac T-37 was a cheaper
version of a Pontiac Tempest. Then Pontiac division decided to build an
upgraded version of the T-37. Named the Pontiac GT-37 this model borrowed
GTO fender striping, hood-pins, and GT-37 badging making it stand out above
base Tempests in appearance. The new model turned out to be a stripped-down
muscle car. The fastest production car the Pontiac built in 1970 turned
out to be the Tempest two-door sedan with the Ram Air III engine. The GT-37
creation was an option that could be ordered on a T-37. This year of 1971
the Tempest line was dropped by Pontiac and styling revisions to '71 LeMans
included redesigned grilles. The lowest-priced Pontiac was again the T-37
coupe at $2,747. For 1971, engines available in GT-37s started with a
350-cid two-barrel V-8 that had a advertised 250 hp V-8 for $52.66 extra, a
four-barrel 400-cid 300-hp V-8 for $221.17 additional, a four barrel
455-cid 335-hp V8 for $279.10 extra and the four-barrel 455 HO with 335 hp,
which added $358.09 to the price of the GT-37 with a standard V-8. The 1971
GT-37s had a 5,802 unit production run, of which about 50 were 1971 ½
models with foil stripes. This was also the last year of production for
the GT-37. So, what you see here is a rare low production Pontiac muscle
car edition offered as another option to the muscle car crowd. Thanks very
much for viewing this 1971 Pontiac GT-37.