by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Sad Carousel Red 1969 Judge, right rear view.
CLICK-> Sad Carousel Red 1969 Judge, interior. Needs some work.
CLICK-> A 1969 Judge from Bruce Niemietz (GTOAA74@CS.COM) as seen in April of 1996. This Apple Valley California car is being taken to storage.
CLICK-> The front valance panel was taken off the Judge so it could be put on a tow dolly without damage.
CLICK-> A 1955 Chevy truck tows the Judge around the yard.
CLICK-> Shiny Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop at the Performance World Car Show at the International Trade Center in Toronto, March of 2002. This picture was sent in by John Lawton (email@example.com).
CLICK-> Vintage pictures of Stu Jackson's first new car! A Midnight Green 1969 Judge hardtop with a black vinyl top. Stu purchased a Midnight Green 1969 GTO which is pictured in our 1969 Hardtop Lot.
CLICK-> Vintage picture of Stu's Midnight Green 1969 Judge, right side view.
CLICK-> Vintage interior shot of Stu's Midnight Green 1969 Judge.
CLICK-> Right-hand-drive white 1969 Judge convertible from Australia.
CLICK-> This is a picture of a freshly painted 1969 Judge owned by Rob Strauss . It's in the process of being painted by Tom South, owner of South Auto Body of Arcadia, Florida.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of it all done. Rob says, "It's got 2000 miles on the rebuilt Pontiac 400, a Crane 272 cam, Speed Pro forged pistons, Chromalloy pushrods, roller rockers, double roller timing chain, Edelbrock Performer manifold, Mallory Unilite distributor, a Turbo 400 transmission with TCI torque converter, a 12-bolt Auburn Posi rearend with 3:90 Richmond gears. This power goes into a set of Mickey Thompson street slicks. It has a new interior installed. Options include a rear defogger, power seat, pushbutton radio, and Rally II wheels."
CLICK-> Another shot of Rob's 1969 Judge.
CLICK-> A wrecked Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop that Tim from Missouri bought in the 1980s. Here's what Tim had to say, "The owner side-swiped a tree and smashed the whole drivers side in. As you went back it looked even worse, the rear 1/4 panel was flush against the frame and the rear axle housing was even bent backwards. I stripped the Judge down and used several parts for my Red '69 GTO in the picture also. My Dad made me have the rest of the body hauled off since we lived in town! :0("
CLICK-> The license plate on this 1969 Judge reads "A JUDGE". It is from Paul & Sharon Booth in Bellevue, Ohio. There is also a picture of this car with the show coverage of the 1999 Don Ayres Pontiac show in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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