The 1970 Pontiac Tempest GT-37 is a rare muscle car that was produced only for one year.
On October 18, 1970 Bob and Diana Fisher went to Lew Davies Pontiac in Meadville Pennsylvania looking for a new car. While Bob wanted a GTO, he was unable to find a new one for sale locally. While he was looking at a new AMX (Lew Davies was also an American Motors dealer) his wife spotted a 1970 Tempest GT-37 on the new car lot. She liked the way it looked, so the salesman went to get the keys.
The car had 2 miles on the odometer when he left for the test drive and 25 miles when he returned.
Their GT-37 Tempest was built during the 4th week of April 1970. It sat on the Lew Davies Pontiac lot for several months prior to the Fisher’s taking delivery. The car was factory optioned with a 400 cubic inch 4 bbl V8 engine, a 4 speed manual transmission, Saf-T-Track, an AM radio, power steering, and bucket seats.
The cars documentation includes the Protect-O-Plate, thank you letter from Pontiac, 1970 pre delivery check sheet, owners manual, warranty and owner protection plan, sales documents and loan papers, production letter from Pontiac and more.