by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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Mark Cianfichi's 1969 Judge Project!. Picture #1. Here's what Mark has to say: "Here are some pictures of my 69 Judge project. It literally needs everything! A friend of mine purchased three GTOs 2- 69 Judges and a 68 parts car. The Judge my buddy kept was a documented 69 RAIV 4spd minus the original engine. 1 of 244 if I remember the PHS info correctly. I got the other Judge which is a RAIII 4spd. This car was wrecked by the owner previous to my friend. Supposedly he hit a pole in excess of 75 mph, took out a four foot section of the pole, bashed his head off the windshield and lived to tell about it! You can see the smashed windshield were his head hit."|
CLICK-> Mark Cianfichi's 1969 Judge Project!. Picture #2. Here's more of what Mark has to say: "This is the results after my friend stripped the car for parts. He was going to strip the car and junk it. Now being that it was a Judge and I am a sucker for challenges he offered me the shell and I accepted. The cost ? A case of Samuel Adams about $25. Who do you think got the better deal? Yes I plan on restifying the car. Am I nuts? Well........"
CLICK-> Mark Cianfichi's 1969 Judge Project!. Picture #3. Here's yet more of what Mark has to say: "Did I mention it was a JUDGE! A four speed manual and Carousel Red at that. Now before you go thinking I have taken leave of my senses here is my line of reasoning.........er ........ Ok so I am nuts! For Pontiacs and 69 Carousel Red Judges in particular."
CLICK-> Mark Cianfichi's 1969 Judge Project!. Picture #4. And the rest of what Mark has to say: "I plan on taking the car to a frame shop and see if it is possible to have the body pulled back to its original position. The passenger door was pushed back and then up at the rear during the crash. It opens but, is obviously out of position. If I get a positive response from the shop I will swap out the frame with one from a LeMans parts car I have. Then the rest is easy! But it all depends on what the frame shop says. We shall see."
CLICK-> 1969 Antique Gold Judge owned by Jay Robinson from Fort Collins, Colorado. It has a Ram Air IV engine, Muncie M21 transmission, and 4:88 rear end gears. Jay did the frame-off restoration on this car (it took most of the 19 years he owned it).
CLICK-> This is a vintage Judge antenna ball. It says, "Ride the Wide-Track Winning Streak!"
CLICK-> 1969 Judge with a white interior sent in from firstname.lastname@example.org
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Bryan Baggiore. It has a Ram Air III four speed. Bryan comments: "By the way my judge has red, white and black stripes (black being the main color) and I am told that this was not a recommend color choice for a blue car. I know they are the original color as there were still portions of them showing on the inside of the doors."
CLICK-> Silver 1969 GTO Judge Ram Air IV 4 speed. Site visitor Brian Cieszynski shot the picture of at a local car show.
CLICK-> This 69 Judge was for sale for $10,500. It was listed to have: a 389 Engine bored .040 Over, Steel Crank, Ram Air 3 Heads, Roller Rockers, 480 Crane Cam, Performer Intake, Carter AFB Carb, Turbo 400 Trans, 2.73 POSI Track Rear End, Global West Tubular "A" Frames, Heavy Duty Spindles with 11" Brakes, Hotchkis Short Racing Springs, Harwood Hood Scoop, Custom Interior, and CP200 Rims.
CLICK-> White 1969 Judge with a white interior owned by Steve Hill.
CLICK-> This is a big laugh! Check out the color of this freaky Judge engine. As found online at... http://www.braunohler.com/chris/ Asked for permission to reprint. Automotive Performance - a new approach as seen by Chris Braunohler. "Chris Braunohler believes in a safe boost to the performance of an engine. Whether it be used for every day driving, or out on the race track. There is always the perfect answer to a drivers needs. Chris will always listen intensely on how a vehicle is going to be used, and with what kind of budget a package will be put together. Below are some examples of the type of work Chris does." Tony's Stock (yeah right!) 69 GTO: 427 Big Block Chevy (aack!), Stock 396 heads big valved, Solid lift camshaft, and 11-1 compression ratio. It was estimated to produce 500 HP, but tested out at 560 HP @ 6100 RPM 535 pounds of torque at 4700 RPM.
CLICK-> Here's what looks like a 1969 Judge at a car show. Looks like some custom graphics.
CLICK-> Ole A Jensen of Norway (in Europe) sends us a picture of his red 1969 GTO (Judge Clone) convertible.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Rodney. The engine is a 455 block with ram air heads and intake. It has also been changed to an automatic.
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