A blue '69 GTO Judge. This was a somewhat rare color for a Judge. Please email me if you know of any more in existence. Those marker lights are cool! CLICK->
Did you know the factory usually did not install beauty rings on '69 Judges? Many owners install them anyway because it makes the car look better. This one belongs to Robert H. Berning. This photo shows a beautiful car in excellent condition. The car has a 400 cubic inch Ram Air III engine, four speed, Carousel Red paint, with black interior. The way you see it is the way Bob bought it in 1988. He has not had to do anything to the body. The car's vin number is 242379G135075. Bob has the original build sheet for this car. This Judge is stock except for a set of headers.
In October 1998, I talked to a guy who has another Judge. He says his came from the dealership wearing trim rings. His was an early Judge which did not even have the big plastic "Judge" emblem on the glovebox door. Contrary to what a lot of books say, some Judges did come with trim rings! CLICK->
A 1969 GTO Judge parked in the dandelions. CLICK->
A big picture of a 1969 GTO Judge. Email or U.S. Mail your Judge photos to me. The postal address appears on the main section. I'm always looking for more photos. CLICK->
This is a Judge logo which was animated by graphic designer Joe Steiner. The thumbnail and the large image are BOTH animated. You don't need a media player to see this one. CLICK->
Three shots of this 1969 Judge. CLICK->
A 1969 GTO Judge with Ram Air III. This car took first place in the popular vote category at the 1995 GTOAA Nationals. Sherm Jewett of the Western New York GTO Club used to own it. CLICK->
FRIGGIN' HUGE image shows Pontiac Judges in many colors. CLICK->
The image of this Liberty Blue '69 Judge is BACKWARDS! CLICK->
A rare '69 GTO Judge wearing Matador Red. CLICK->
This '69 GTO Judge in Carousel Red. CLICK->
Every American should have a GTO Judge in the driveway, right? CLICK->
Here comes Da Judge! This was the rage for '69. CLICK->
1969 GTO Judge Pedal car made by Coleco. It's Carousel Red with the name Coleco imprinted in the rear spoiler. It needs restoration. It's owned by Keith Willnauer. He's also got one that restored to look like his Verdoro Green 68 GTO. Check out the 68 GTO convertible lot. CLICK->
1969 GTO Judge Pedal car made by Coleco owned by Keith Willnauer, piture #2. The hood opens! PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...