One of the most iconic cars of the muscle car era comes to 1/10 drag racing with the release of Pro-Line’s new 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge shell. Considered the first muscle car, the GTO burst onto the scene in 1964 boasting a 389 cubic inch V8 that blew the doors off of the competition. By 1970 the car was the embodiment of the muscle car scene with its eye catching colors, large hood scoops and its torque monster 400 cubic inch mill. Pro-Line has captured the iconic lines in their 1/10 version, even going so far as to undercut the nose of the car, a detail that was not possible with a 1-piece body in the past. The iconic split grille and quad headlights immediately identify this car as a GTO while the cowl hood adds a bit of flair to an otherwise large slab of sheetmetal (or lexan in this case). The familiar rounded window opening blends into the B-pillar, giving way to the large rear window that channels air over the decklid and its included optional drag wing. Like all Pro-Line bodies the GTO includes overspray film and a generous decal sheet to make detailing the shell a snap.
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