What engine did the GTO judge have?

Ram Air III
ENGINES Though the 350-hp L78 400 engine was standard in GTO’s, the L74 366-hp D-port Ram Air engine, which was later listed as the Ram Air III, was standard in the Judge.

How fast was the 1970 GTO Judge?

In their April 1970 edition, Road Test magazine flogged a Ram Air III with a four speed and got a quarter mile ET of 14.77 seconds running 96.5 mph. Muscle Car Review put a Ram IV equipped Judge to the test in their December 1997 issue. They realized a 13.60 time where the Judge ran the quarter at 105.04 mph.

What was the judge package on a GTO?

In short, there were just better options out there. The Judge options package, however, quickly turned things around for Pontiac. It included: the rear spoiler, striped body paint and “The Judge” decals, as well as the choice between two engines: the 366hp Ram Air III for $332, and the 370hp Ram Air IV for $390.

Did they make a 1970 GTO Judge?

PRODUCTION According to a Pontiac production breakdown, there were 3,635 WT1 hardtop Judges and 162 convertibles built for 1970. A no-cost WT7 option added a black rear spoiler and the black-with-yellow-and-red stripes to Polar White Judges. Just 51 were built.

What is the value of a 1970 GTO Judge?

1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Pricing You can find a restoration-ready GTO for as little as $17,000. With that being said, cars that are actually driveable and in good condition change hands for about $25,000 to $40,000.

What is a GTO Judge Worth?


Vehicle: 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
Number Produced: 6,725 (1969 2-door hard tops)
Original List Price: $3,313
SCM Valuation: $67,100
Tune Up Cost: $390

What was the fastest 70s muscle car?

Fastest Classic Muscle Car: 1970 Chevelle SS454 It rumbled with 500 pound-feet of torque and could translate most of that raw energy into impressive road performance. And we can’t talk about the Chevelle without mentioning its 6-second sprint to 60mph, a laudable achievement in the 1970s.