by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> It's finished! Here's what Ray had to say, "Here's the latest picture of my GTO. It's about done, all I have to get is new rocker moldings. I said I would have it done by Christmas and I did with two days to spare. I can't believe it's done. Now it's time to drive it and enjoy it."
CLICK-> Ram Air III Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Freddie. It's a South Carolina car with 37000 miles. It's got the original body panels with no bondo in them. The car was repainted just prior to Freddie purchasing it in 2001.
CLICK-> Dark Green 1969 Judge owned by Joe Rallo from Long Island, New York. This one has a black vinyl top and a black interior.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Scott Valentine from Cleveland, Ohio. Scott tells this story, "I purchased my Judge in April 2001 after a long hard search, that included many fakes, and self described 'numbers matching' and 'mint condition' cars. It is a numbers matching car that had spent all its life in Michigan before I brought it to Ohio. The car was restored in the mid-1980's and the paint job is 17 years old. Previous to The Judge, I owned another regular 1969 GTO for over 17 years, I sold it to buy The Judge." Scott's old 1969 GTO is featured in the 1969 Lot.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible owned by Bill Gannon from New York. He purchased it in 2000 from Nunzi's Automotive in Brooklyn. They specialize in Pontiacs. It's PHS documeneted Ram Air III with an automatic transmission and 3.73 gears. Bill freshend up the engine a bit.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of Bill's Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible in a Judge lineup at a car show.
CLICK-> Bill's 1969 Judge convertible has a Ram Air III engine.
CLICK-> What's better than owning a Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible? How about owning TWO! Bill Gannon also owns this Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible. He purchased this one in 1999. This one has a black interior, black convertible roof, hideaway headlights, Rally II wheels with trim rings, and a Ram Air IV engine! It's got an SR block with Ram Air IV heads intake and carb. It was originally ordered with a Ram Air III engine. The previous owner told Bill that the original engine was blown early after purchase and he wanted a stronger replacement, so he went for the RAIV engine. That's why this RAIV block has the correct date coded heads and intake. Unfortunately, Bill has not been able to verify this information, as he does not have the dealer service records to back up this claim. There were only five RAIV judge convertibles made in 1969!
CLICK-> Here's Bill's second Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible in a Judge line-up at a car show.
CLICK-> Interior shot of Bill's second Carousel Red 1969 Judge convertible.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Glenn Moyer from Pennsylvania. Here's the story from Glenn, "I found this car off the net. I had one of these as a teen-ager and always wanted one since. Finally got it a little over a year ago. I rebuilt the engine and did some other minor restoration (Rally II's, grilles, interior and plenty of detailing). It's all stock except for Holley carb. Pretty plain Jane but still a thoroughbred. It's numbers matching and PHS documented. The real deal!"
CLICK-> Cool front end view of Glenn's Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge, rear end view.
CLICK-> Here's the interior of Glenn's Carousel Red 1969 Judge. It has a manual transmission with the Hurst T-shift Handle. It does not have a center console.
CLICK-> Of course, what's a Judge with out a Ram Air engine?
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