by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Bob Fulton from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. It's got a 4-speed, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, and a 3:64 rear axle out of a 1968 Grand Sport.|
CLICK-> Black 1969 GTO (Judge clone) hardtop owned by Bob Fulton's Dad.Judge It has a 4-speed, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, 3:55 Rear Axle, A/C, and a Power Seat.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Warren Hanbury from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Warren tells us this story, "This original 4 speed Judge was purchased new in Cadiz, Ohio from the dealer showroom and was used as a street and drag car by the original owner who raced it at Dragway 42. My brother and I purchased the Judge from him in 1974 without the engine and transmission. We also used the Judge as a drag car building and installing a 1967 428 bored .60 over equipped with ported round port Ram Air II heads purchased from P J Heck. Cam is a Racer Brown Roller Cam, Jahns 12 to 1 Forged Pistons, Arma Steel Crank, Crane 1.65 roller rockers, Offey 360 medium rise dual quad intake with reworked 750 quadrajet carbs and a Mallory ignition and rev control. The transmission was swapped from 4 speed to an automatic turbo 400 with a Vega converter to compete in bracket racing. The Dual Gate Shifter and Line Lock are by Hurst. The engine is now updated with a Elderbrock Victor Manifold and 850 Holley but still has all the original internal vintage race parts. The Judge was raced regularly at Keystone Raceway Park in the late Seventies and Eighties running 12.00@ 117 MPH. the fastest the class rules allowed without installing a roll bar and at a time when Pure Pontiac Racers were few. The Judge now is raced a few times a year at Pittsburgh Raceway Park (formerly Keystone Raceway) and Norwalk Raceway Park, Ohio and attends a few Greater Pittsburgh GTO Club cruises and other events. The wheels are Radir's Bullet Spoke and the slicks are Eagle Dragway Special 15x28x10 compound 5. This Judge still has all original interior and only 43,000 miles. Most miles were put on the car when new. Although repainted twice it was never restored and always garaged."
CLICK-> Here's a peek at the engine in Warren's Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. That's the Edelbrock Victor Manifold and 850 Holley on top.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Cale Benner from Mifflinburg, Pennsylvania. The picture submitter had this to say, "Cale and Dad found this 1969 PHS documented Judge for sale on ebay. They made Mom HIT the BID button.... Mom was on pain killers from sinus surgery and had no idea what she was doing! haha.... They thought it looked good in the pictures and discription but after buying it, getting a closer look and starting restoration they found that quick fixes hide so much... including the dead animals tucked inside of the seats! yikes! ... after one year (working almost every night and weekend) and getting help and parts from Ames, Performance Years, Wayne Garrison of the Royal GTO Club, and Ron Johnson owner of Potomac Classic Pontiac - Cale and his Dad and friends were able to get Cale's 69 GTO Judge back into it's original (solid) condition. Now Cale who is only 17 is cruising to car shows and showing off his Judge. Cale is turning heads as he drives by with this beautiful muscle car. As for Mom and Dad.... they get the glory of seeing a years worth of work completed, an empty wallet and their son's dream of owning a 1969 GTO Judge come true."
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view. Cale's Judge has fixed headlights.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, left rear view. This Judge has chrome trim rings on the Rally II wheels. The lower rear fender chrome trim was only put on 1969 GTOs built early in the production year.
CLICK-> Here's Louis Adreani and his black 1969 Judge convertible. Louis tells us, "I discovered this 1969 GTO convertible 'Judge Package' when looking through an auto magazine. It was in need of total restoration inside and out. It has a 428 engine, 4 speed transmission, power windows and power disc brakes, tilt wheel, and a 3.73 Posi rear-end."
CLICK-> Black 1969 Judge convertible, without Louis. Check out the scenery. He picked a good photo location.
CLICK-> Black 1969 Judge convertible, right front view. Wow. The Judge got its name because Pontiac head John DeLorean lifted it from the "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" TV show. During the planning stage of the car, it was intended to be a de-optioned racey version of the GTO, and not the loaded model that it became.
CLICK-> Louis sends in some updated pictures of his black 1969 Judge convertible. He put on a new set of wheels.
CLICK-> Black 1969 Judge convertible, left front view. I think the wheel shadows under the car look neat.
CLICK-> Black 1969 Judge convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Black 1969 Judge convertible, engine view. It doesn't have the Ram Air pan?
CLICK-> Louis sends us an additional picture of his awesome black 1969 Judge convertible. This time with the top down!
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