by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Rob says: "The other thing that I noticed was the lower stripe on the rocker panel, I have seen it on the GTO's but not Judges?"
I am pretty sure the lower stripe is incorrect. It also looks a LOT like the upper stripe. The upper stripe was supposed to be a much fatter stripe. I suspect the one on this car was not a decal, but a hand-painted thin stripe. It probably started life as a GTO, but not as a Judge. If you had the VIN, it could be mailed to PHS for absolute verification.
CLICK-> 1969 GTO Judge parked in a driveway in front of a camper. The owner, Don from Massachusetts, says the car has 33,000 miles and has an automatic Ram Air 3. He says that only 29 out of the 108 Judge convertibles were automatics. He has all the original paper work from when the car was new. The car was from California. He bought it 8 years ago from a collector who had it shipped to New Hampshire where he bought it. Don is the third owner.
CLICK-> Same Judge with the hood opened up to reveal a Ram Air setup. Let's drive this thing!
CLICK-> 1969 GTO Judge side view.
CLICK-> This Judge is a secret! The owner won't give any info on this car because he wants to get it to the track first. The car should speak for itself. This car reportedly has a Ford 9" rear, carbon fiber diveshaft, and updated suspension with sway bars and the works. What kind of engine we don't know. Sent in by a guy named John who spotted the car.
CLICK-> Man, that's a nice 1969 GTO Judge. It was found in 1993 in junkyard shape. Restored from the frame up by Dan and Connie Schepp.
CLICK-> Bruce Ward's all original 1969 GTO Judge with Ram Air III. Bruce says this car is unrestored with the original tires still on it. What a find!
CLICK-> Gotta be one of the nicest cars ever! 1969 GTO Judge with the top halfway up.
CLICK-> Look at this nice Carousel Red 1969 GTO Judge.
CLICK-> This is a beautiful painting of a Carousel Red 1969 GTO Judge under a starry night sky. It is being reproduced as a limited edition art print. Only 400 prints are available. They're hand signed and numbered by the artist. Tell Bill Harbort you saw this fine example of his work on The Ultimate GTO Picture Site. His number is (701) 838-1808 Monday through Saturday 9am to 9pm.
CLICK-> Here is a Judge clone. Is there anything this car does not have on it? It has a rebuilt 400 engine that's been bored +.030, Ram Air III cam, 3 angle valve job, Holley 650 C.F.M. carburetor, headers, turbo 400 transmission, 3.23 open rear end. The black interior has a lot of new stuff in it. The body was stripped and painted in 1996. Of course, the Ram Air hood has the flappers so it can suck in small birds. Do you like to work on cars? Here are Sean's book recommendations...
CLICK-> Here's another Carousel Red hardtop. Maybe you can tell them apart?
CLICK-> Watch out for this one on the road in San Diego, California. It can travel a distance of 60 feet in just 2 seconds. It can travel the quarter mile in 13.09 seconds with headers. Just pop the clutch at 4800 RPM and start shifting at 6000 RPM. That's what you can do with a modified Ram Air III engine.
CLICK-> What the heck? Looks like I'm not the only one who likes to draw different cars! This 1969 Judge limousine drawing was taken off a web page somewhere in the 1990's. The thumbnail image is goofed up in the lower righthand corner. But don't worry. Steve Duryee took the fullsize image and fixed it up. Take a look by clicking on the thumbnail image.
CLICK-> Here's a collection of GTO clip art. There are various Pontiac logos. First, click on the small thumbnail version with your left mouse button. You'll see a big black and white version. Save that one. You can cut the individual logos apart with your graphics program later. Enjoy! Note that some of these are General Motors trademarks, so they may not be used freely. It is your responsibility to determine their suitability and get any necessary permissions from GM.
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