by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop, engine view. It's a Ram Air engine.
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge hardtop, engine view. This is a close-up of the intake and carb. Nice job Marty.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge restoration by Rick Papp from Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Rick says, "I got the car in 1986. It was my daily driver until 1992. I parked the car until 2000. That is when my wife told me to fix it or sell it. The next day I started to restore it. It is a white Judge with red interior, 4 speed, and 3.90 rear end. I hope to be driving it this year. I have done all the work my self including the paint and body work. When this one is done I hope to find a blue 69 Judge."
CLICK-> After getting the mandate from his wife to "fix it or sell it", Rick is fixing it. Here, Rick is spraying his 1969 Judge. Looks like he'll have to clean the paint off his camera lens after this shot.
CLICK-> Rick has the paint done and put the doors back on. He's also got the spoiler back on. You can see the endura nose on the left in front of his other garage door.
CLICK-> A closer look at the spoiler on Rick's 1969 Judge project.
CLICK-> A look up the side of Rick's 1969 Judge project. The side looks real straight. Good job Rick!
CLICK-> Rick has finished is Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop. Rick adds, "Its first show was The World of Wheels. I did not win but I placed in the top ten. Not bad for a car restored and painted in my garage."
CLICK-> Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop, trunk view.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge project car owned by Fredrik Söder from Stockholm, Sweden. Here's what Fredrik had to say, "I have found my dream car at a junk yard in Sweden. It's a 69 Judge with all the documentation. It was imported from Aruba where the car had been standing in a barn for 15 years. All options except hideaway lights are included, and it is Carousel Red!" The stripes look like they are painted on. This was common to do since decals were not available if you repainted the car.
CLICK-> This must be the shop where Fredrick is going to get his 1969 Judge back on the road again. I wonder what "Camaroskroten" means? Fredrik Lundberg wrote in to say that it means "Camaro junk yard".
CLICK-> A look at the hood tack on Fredrik's Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop project car. The hood is in really good shape.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge project car interior. This looks to be in good shape too. It's got a Ram Air engine, judging by the knob under the Custom Sports steering wheel. Looks like it's got the heater delete option - which in this case means no air contols at all!
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge project car, engine view. No engine here! You can't see the Ram Air components, but you can see the cable that leads to the flapper doors.
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