Looks like a 1971 Newport grille on this 1970 model. They do look better than the 1970 grilles, granted, but ....................
I, too, was going to point that out.
This car looks like the one a friend of mine, Brian, who lives in Canada, sold several years back. I found a number of parts for him in California. When he first sent me pictures I asked him why the car had a '71 grill on it? After I convinced him it was a '71, and his car was built before January, so it was not a late model, wrong grill car, he asked the guy he bought it from, who was the original owner. The guy told Brian I was nuts and to not listen to me.
Then it got funny.
On Canadian Thanksgiving, the original owner had his family over for dinner. He told them that some ******* in California was telling the guy who bought his car that the grill was from '71. At that, his son banged his hand on the table. Astounded, the man asked him what that was about? The son said, "Dad, do you remember going to England in 1971? Well, while you were gone I "borrowed" your car... and wrecked it. I hit a tree in the front. You were gone for so long I had time to have it repaired at a local shop; you never knew. I guess they used '71 parts. The guy in California is not wrong."
Brian told me the guy called him and explained. Hilarious!
However, when I bought a new fan shroud for Brian, because his car didn't have one, it would not fit. It was the same exact stock number that is on mine, but it would not clear the motor. I told Brian they probably put more in from '71 than just the grill. Notice in the pictures the radiator is not stock.