by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> The Judge logo in white, yellow, and olive. The primary color in the corresponding stripe was olive. These were placed on 1969 Judges painted Limelight Green, Midnight Green, Verdoro Green, and Mayfair Maize.
CLICK-> The Judge logo in white, red, and black. The primary color in the corresponding stripe was black. These were placed on 1969 Judges painted Expresso Brown, Antique Gold, Burgundy, Matador Red, and Champagne.
CLICK-> The Judge logo in green, white, and yellow. The primary color in the corresponding stripe was yellow. These were placed on 1970 Judges painted Palamino Copper, Baja Gold, Paliside Green, Verdoro Green, Sierra Yellow, and Granada Gold. These were also placed on 1971 Judges painted Limekist Green, Tropical Lime, and Laurentian Green.
CLICK-> The Judge logo in blue, pink, and orange. The primary color in the corresponding stripe was orange. These were placed on 1970 Judges painted Bermuda Blue, Atoll Blue, Mint Turquoise, and Orbit Orange. Some people call this the "pink" logo because the orange color disappears on 1970 Orbit Orange Judges. These were also placed on 1971 Judges painted Adriatic Blue, Lucerne Blue, Castillion Bronze, and Canyon Copper.
CLICK-> You can get these antenna flags on eBay. I got one that just says "GTO" It's plastic and cannot be left on when driving. The wording is just a big sticker that came out of someone's inkjet printer.
CLICK-> Yellow 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Jordan Cunanan in Jacksonville, Florida. Jordan tells us this story, "These pictures were taken in 1987 when I was a teenager. The car was painted a non-stock Canary Yellow with Cragar SS rims, wide in rear, narrow in front. Car had airshocks, headers and an aftermarket Kenwood stereo, other than that, it was completely stock. Body was in very good condition because the car was in Florida all its life, no snow, minimal rust. The car was originally Midnight Green Metallic. It was equipped with a RA III 400 & Turbo 400 tranny w/shift kit, engine and tranny were the original units on car. Rear end was 3.36 ratio. I sold the car in 1991 for $3100. I had almost $6500 in receipts in the glove compartment for everything I had done to the car over the years!"
CLICK-> Jordan is spinning the tires of his Yellow 1969 Judge hardtop.
CLICK-> Kind of an art photo of another burnout.
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Marty Harris from LaPorte Indiana. Marty had this to say, "I've heard of stories like this happening, but until recently, I thought things like this only happened to other people. I'm talking about buying an original Judge with 49,977 original miles, from the original owner. I have finally done it. After 2 years of begging and pleading the one owner Judge is finally mine. I found the car 2 years ago sitting in a garage next to a friends house. After talking with the owner, who bought it new in 69', I asked about purchasing the car. The car had been parked for 17 years. This July he finally decided to let it go. The Judge is Liberty Blue with a white cordova top. Ram Air III, 4-speed. No console. Manual steering, manual drum brakes. The car is rock solid, however I plan to restore to perfection over the course of the next several years. Sean, I couldn't wait to share this info with you and your website fans. I have been viewing your website daily for about 1 1/2 years. LOVE IT... I will keep you updated on what I'm doing with the Judge."
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view. Beauty car!
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop, right side view. Vinyl tops were popular when this car was new.
CLICK-> Here's a peek inside Marty's Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop. It's got a 4-speed manual without the center console.
CLICK-> Marty sends us some updated pictures of his Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop. Mary tells us, "I went through and detailed motor. I left it in the car. I'll never do that again. I painted the wheels and added new tires. Also just installed new Pypes 2.5' exhaust system with X-pipe. Great system, great sound. Keep up the good work on this website Sean."
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop, left side view.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of the engine which Marty detailed right here. Notice all the towels and sheets protecting the fenders and windsheild from scratches and overspray.
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