by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Here's a view of the underside from the rear of Lou's orange 1969 Judge.
CLICK-> Lou must spend as much time cleaning under here as he does top side. Those are true dual exhausts.
CLICK-> Lots of bronze and orange.
CLICK-> The wheels are Centerline 16x8 with BF Goodrich Comp T/A 255/50-16 tires.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Derek Reaney from Warren, Oregon. Derek has this story to share, "I originally bought this car my sophomore year in high school (April 2001) from a friendís Dad for $100. The car was in pieces and just wasting away outside his shop. It took me and my Dad three years to get her where she is. There are still a lot of minor things left to do until sheís finished. We did about 90% of the work ourselves, and with a lot of help from a good friend. The only areas that werenít covered in rust were the areas that were rusted through. We put all new floor pans, trunk, front and rear windshield seals, and many other things. Every nut and bolt has been removed and gone through. I am now 20 years old, I have my dream car - a car that people run up to me at stop signs and ask to take pictures. There isnít a better feeling in the world"
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> Expresso Brown 1969 Judge project car owned by Ken Lynch from Kingdom City, Missouri. This car was purchased new by his parents for his brother. It is currently being restored. Ken noticed some errors in the Stats Explorer (tm) that I changed, "There is no listing in the "1969 GTO Paint Codes & Samples" for "Goldenrod Yellow" - alfa code 'W' - Num Code '76.' I know of at least one Goldenrod Yellow 1969 Judge, we looked at it in 1969 at the dealership before my parents bought our Expresso Brown Judge. In the "Judge Decal Colors" - There is no listing for which decal went on "Goldenrod Yellow." "Expresso Brown" is listed with the incorrect decal color. Both colors should have the White/Yellow/OLIVE decals. My Expresso Brown Judge still has the original decals and they are this color, as are all of the Expresso Browns that I have seen with their original decals. This is also shown in "Original Pontiac GTO: The Restorer's Guide 1964-1974" by Thomas A. Demauro, as are the Goldenrod Yellow decal colors." I can confirm some of this too. Does anyone have any supporting information on this?
CLICK-> Liberty Blue 1969 Judge convertible owned by Captain Craig Jiovani from Key West, Florida. This is a hot car.
CLICK-> The Liberty Blue Judges used yellow, red, and blue "The Judge" decals. Check out our Stats Explorer ô for the decals that went with the other paint colors.
CLICK-> Bob Purdie drew this awesome 1969 Judge cartoon. It shows a judge chasing down some criminals. Bob has drawn other GTO models as well. Click here to see them using the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with condition=artwork and owner=Bob Purdie.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Steve & Tish Zvonar from Highland Village, Texas. Steve tells us about his Judge, "I found this Judge on the internet September of 2001 in Orlando Florida. The car was solid, but it needed freshened up. It was last restored in 1992. It took me 18 months to do a frame-on restoration. It has done very well at car shows. Two of my best memories are; I won my class at the Dallas Autorama in 2004 and Mother's Car Show did a nice TV shoot for ESPN2, I won my class and best interior at the 1st Texas Shelby GT500E Continuation Facility Car Show in Farmers Branch, Texas. They manufacture the Eleanor Mustangs there. The Judge was the only GM car to win a special award. All the rest went to Ford Products (I wonder why?). Carroll Shelby presented me with the best interior award. That was a day to remember. Thanks to Amber, Darcy, and Sarah for enhancing this photo." We have this one in two additional sizes; 800-600 wallpaper and 1024-768 wallpaper. To get them, click on the links, then right-click on the image, and select "Set as Background".
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view. This one has body colored sport mirror from later GTOs. Looks nice. An attractive model poses with the car.
CLICK-> This must be Steve Zvonar (right) with his Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. Notice the beauty queen too!
CLICK-> More babes and Steve's Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. As the plate says, "ALL RYZ" for the Judge.
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