by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
... PICTURE SET CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE|
CLICK-> Left rear view of Arnie's "The Judge". Looks like she's having fun!
CLICK-> Ram Air engine view of Arnie's "The Judge"
CLICK-> Interior view of Arnie's "The Judge"
CLICK-> This is a 1/64 scale Arnie Beswick "The Judge" RACING MACHINE hot-wheel style car by Johnny Lightning! This is from a line of Limited Edition Replicas of Famous Racers. It was first available in stores in 2000.
CLICK-> This is a 1/18 scale Arnie Beswick "The Judge" diecast replica made by Ertl. It was first available in stores in 2001.
CLICK-> Chris Moss is a member of the GTO email list. His daughter has a 1969 mini-GTO Judge. These pedal cars were manufactured by Coleco.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge pedalcar was made by Coleco. Some of the features of these unique cars were:
Opening driver's side door.
Dashboard has Rally gauges and is just a big decal.
The big key on the dash is not removable.
The hood and the trunk lid both open.
The hinges are made from molded plastic.
The front GTO grilles are made of stickers.
CLICK-> This 1969 GTO pedal car appears to have originally been a 1969 Dodge Charger. If you look closely at the passenger side door, you can see where the General Lee "01" sticker was. Since this car has a sound effects module, it probably plays the "General Lee" Dixie tune. The big key on the dash and directional lever probably switched on sounds through the sound module. You can see the speaker on the underside of the car. The rear tail light stickers also closely resemble those of a 1969 Dodge Charger, although the hood and front end look like a GTO.
CLICK-> This particular 1969 Judge pedal car is missing drivers door and directional lever. This one is missing the drive arms. They connect the foot pedals to the rear "Safe-T-Track" axle.
CLICK-> Front end view of this 1969 Judge pedal car. It is unknown where to get parts for these. If you know how much one of these is worth, let Sean know.
CLICK-> Another left side view of this 1969 Judge pedal car.
CLICK-> View of the rear underside of this 1969 Judge pedal car. Here's that "Safe-T-Track" axle.
CLICK-> View of the hood and trunk open on this 1969 Judge pedal car.
CLICK-> Underside front view of this 1969 Judge pedal car. You can see the pedals, steering linkage, and battery case for the sound effects module.
CLICK-> Rear end view of this 1969 Judge pedal car. The rear lights are built into the spoiler. You can also see another view of the pedals.
PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
Classic car loans in 10 minutes
J. J. Best Banc & Co.