by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Engine view of Mark's 1969 Judge restoration project.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge restoration, right rear view.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge restoration, interior view. This one has a Dual Gate His/Hers shifter.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge restoration, right front view.
CLICK-> Ray Dilley purchased this 1969 Judge from it's original owner and drove it 300 miles home to Elwood, Kansas. The factory painted it gold and installed a tan interior. Ray plans on painting it orange with a black interior.
CLICK-> Left front view of this primered 1969 Judge.
CLICK-> Left rear view of this primered 1969 Judge. Reproduction Judge wings have been available for these cars for quite some time. They will fit both 1968 and 1969 cars. Notice how this car has no rear marker light on the rear quarter? Curious.
CLICK-> Ray Dilley has been working hard on his 1969 Judge hardtop. He's had it 5 months, and this is his progress so far. You can see that he's got the inside of the doors and door jambs painted.
CLICK-> Left front view of Ray's progress. He has the firewall, engine, and front frame all detailed. There is a hidden Jeep in this photo. It has very pink wheels.
CLICK-> Right front view of Ray's progress. This is not a perfect photo, but you can get an idea of how you might want to prepare the engine compartment during a restoration. It is very satisfying to restore a car yourself. It is also a difficult job if you don't keep at it. Progress can be slow, but it pays off faster if you at least spend a couple hours in the garage every day.
CLICK-> Here's a closeup of the right side of the engine in Ray's 1969 Judge project. At this point, the carburetor is not yet installed. Ray has taped off the carb hole to protect it from debris falling into the intake manifold.
CLICK-> Front end view of the engine. The car will have power steering and power brakes. There is air conditioning too.
CLICK-> Ray has the front fenders back on and the edges shot with paint. The rear marker light hole is visible again.
CLICK-> Nose and valance panel are attached. The hood is fitted too. Looks like everything is lining up well.
CLICK-> Let's take a peek inside after shooting the edges of the hood. The underside of the hood has been painted black. You can see the big hole in the hood for the hood tach.
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