Cars Tagged - 1970
1970 Ford Torino GT5
For this generation Ford decided to move away from the boxy lines of previous full-sized Ford’s, and instead opt for lines that emulated the coke bottle styling of the era.
1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator6
The Eliminator package for the Mercury Cougar first appeared in 1969 during the models third year of production.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Coupe8
The 1970 Chevelle shared many sheet metal body parts with the 1970 Buick Skylark GSX.
1970 Plymouth AAR Barracuda9
Swede Savage and Dan Gurney raced identical factory-sponsored AAR (All American Racers) ‘Cudas in the 1970 Trans-Am Series.
1970 Porsche 91412
The 914 was a result of Porsche looking for a replacement for their entry-level 912.
1970 Dodge Challenger T/A6
Dodge built a street version of its race car which it called the Dodge Challenger T/A (Trans Am).
1970 Buick GSX6
GSX / GSX Stage1 was Buick’s contribution to the Classic era American Muscle car list, based on the Skylark platform.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 4299
Starting in 1969, to aid sales and continue the winning formula of the Mustang, a variety of new performance and decorative options became available.
1970 Ford Mustang Boss 30212
The Boss 302 was Ford’s attempt to mix the power of a muscle car with the handling prowess of a sports car.
1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am Ram Air III6
Replacing the “Coke bottle” styling was a more “swoopy” body style for the 1970 Firebird.
1970 Pontiac GTO 455 HO Hardtop Coupe3
The Tempest line received another facelift for the 1970 model year.
1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Convertible9
The GTO was technically a violation of GM policy limiting the A-body intermediate line to a maximum engine displacement.
1970 Pontiac GTO Judge Hardtop Coupe6
The Judge came standard with the Ram Air III, while the Ram Air IV was optional.
2015 Chevrolet 1970 Camaro RS Supercharged LT4 Concept2
Chevrolet Performance is showing off the new LT4 crate engine in the most attractive way possible.
1970 Mercedes-Benz C111 Concept6
The Mercedes-Benz C111 was a series of experimental automobiles produced by Mercedes-Benz in the 1960s and 1970s.
1970 Mazda RX-500 Concept6
The Mazda RX-500 is a Japanese mid-engined concept car first shown to the public at the 1970 Tokyo Motor Show.
1970 Dodge Coronet Super Bee9
The original Dodge Super Bee was based on the design of the Dodge Coronet, designed as a two-door coupe.
1970 Nissan 240Z9
Known in Japan as the Nissan Fairlady Z, Nissan’s first Z car would start one of the most successful sports car lines of all time.
1970 Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R Coupe6
The GT-R began as a sedan, but a 2-door coupé version was debuted in October 1970 .
1970 Lamborghini Islero 400 GTS11
An updated Islero, dubbed the Islero S or GTS, was released in 1969.
1970 Holden Torana GTR-X Concept6
The Holden Torana GTR-X Concept was designed during the era of the LC series Torana, and was seriously considered for production in the early 1970s.
1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird9
The short-lived Plymouth Road Runner Superbird was a highly modified version of the Plymouth Road Runner with well-known graphics and horn.
1970 Maserati Ghibli SS9
The original Ghibli I (Tipo 115) is a two-door, 2+2 grand tourer released by Maserati in 1967.
1970 Lancia Fulvia Coupe 1600 HF Corsa5
This good looking coupe was a marketing success for Lancia after winning the International Rally Championship in 1972.
1970 Alfa Romeo Montreal3
The Alfa Romeo Montreal was a coupe automobile introduced as a concept car in 1967 at Montreal’s Expo 67.
1970 Lamborghini Jarama 400 GT11
Designed by Marcello Gandini with a 2+2 layout, this 2 door coupe came equipped with a V12 producing 340 hp and 392 Nm of torque.
1970 Ferrari 512 M3
The Ferrari 512 M (for modificata) was a modified version of the 512 S, resembling their main competitor the Porsche 917.
1970 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 RS3
The larger second-generation Camaro featured an all-new sleek body and improved suspension.
1970 Lamborghini Miura P400 S12
The Miura was originally conceived by Lamborghini’s engineering team, who designed the car in their spare time against the wishes of company founder Ferruccio Lamborghini.