by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Here is the invoice for this Judge. Color is DD which is Warwick Blue top and bottom. Interior is 50 which is for the blue interior. The Judge option added $337.32 to the price. It's worth a heck of a lot more today! Do you think you can get a Judge like this today for $3,516.72?
CLICK-> Todd Crocker owns this near unrestored Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. Todd explains, "This is my factory original 1969 GTO Judge. The car has been in my family since new. It was bought at Addison Pontiac Buick (dealer plaque is still on the trunk lid) in Toronto ,Ontario Canada. This car was one of the first 40 Judges made and has no glove box 'Judge' emblem and has the very rare first style Ram Air cable adjuster on the bottom of the hood, this part was changed to the Allen key block type after the first three weeks of production. The dealership had the car on display at the Canadian National Exhibition when the car was released in 1969 for advertisement so my grandfather had to wait a month before he brought the car home. The car is Carousel Red and has the RAIII engine, 3.55 Posi, 4-speed, power brakes, power steering and Rally gauges. The car has never had bodywork. The hood and top of the trunk is the only repaint on the car. The rest of the paint is original from 1969 and the Judge stripes are original. I replaced the 'The Judge' decals - the originals were faded too bad to read. The only rust on the car is the size of a silver dollar on each side of the front fenders. The interior is 100% original and never touched. The drivetrian is all original. I changed the plugs, water pump, had the radiator and brake master cylinder rebuilt, and had all the suspension rebuilt with new springs. This is one of the most original Judges, that is still driven that I have seen. It's too bad the paint is so faded. I don't know if I should restore the car or leave it. All I know is that I love to drive it. Thanks for the car grandpa."
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, left rear view. This Judge has the Yellow, Red, and Black stripes. The black in the center was for Judges built prior to Feb 1969. After that they went with a blue center.
CLICK-> Under the hood is this unrestored Ram Air III engine.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge, interior view. Todd says that the interior is 100% original right down to the floor mats. Nice!
CLICK-> This is an original Antique Gold 1969 Judge hardtop. This Judge was built in July 1969 at the Fremont, California plant. It was shipped to Fred Carleson Pontiac, in Salt Lake City on July 16, 1969. Original options include: RAIII engine, M20 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst T-handle shifter, center console, 3.55 rear end, power steering, front disc brakes, Rally gauge cluster with instrument panel tachometer, retractable headlamp covers, pushbutton radio with manual antenna, Separa-Phonic rear speaker, Soft Ray glass on the windshield only, and the all important "The Judge" option.
CLICK-> Antique Gold 1969 Judge hardtop, front the left front. This one does not have the hood tach.
CLICK-> Shot of the rear end on thsi Antique Gold 1969 Judge hardtop.
CLICK-> The interior is black. It has the optional Hurst T-Handle shifter.
CLICK-> Antique Gold 1969 Judge hardtop, trunk view.
CLICK-> This Judge has the Ram Air 3 engine.
CLICK-> This one has optional power front disc brakes
CLICK-> Nice and clean under here.
CLICK-> This is the invoice for this Antique Gold 1969 Judge hardtop.
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 Judge hardtop with a black vinyl top. This one has a Ram Air III engine, automatic transmission, drivers side remote mirror, rally clock, and a remote trunk release.
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