by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 Judge hardtop, left front view.
CLICK-> Verdoro Green 1969 Judge hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> Oh, wow. This Judge has a bench seat. It also has a column shift automatic transmission.
CLICK-> Under the hood is a Ram Air III engine
CLICK-> Here is the invoice. After the VIN the paint code is Q2 where the Q is for the Verdoro Green bottom and the 2 is for the black vinyl top. The next code 68 is for the black bench seat. The Judge option cost $337.02
CLICK-> This is an awesome shot of a Carousel Red 1969 GTO Judge hardtop. It sold for $95,700 at the 2007 Barrett-Jackson Auction at Scottsdale, Arizona. Options include: Ram Air III, M21 close ratio 4-speed manual transmission, factory hood tach, Rally gauges and clock, power disc brakes, power steering, hideaway headlamps, custom sport wood steering wheel, and center console.
CLICK-> Get a load of this Carousel Red 1969 GTO Judge. This is a left rear view.
CLICK-> Shot of that Ram Air III engine under the hood.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Brent Lehman from Newville, Pennsylvania. Brent comments, "I bought this car from a friend in 2006 after begging him for two years to sell it to me. It was a rust-free Arizona car but still required a full frame-off restoration which took about 13-14 months to complete. The car gets lots of comments about the unusual color for a Judge. I was not sure about the color at first because I had never seen another 69 Judge in this color, but once the car was complete I really liked it because it is so different. It was a Fremont late build car (July 69). It has a correct Ram-Air III WS coded 400 engine with a M-20 trans, hideaway headlights, Rally II wheels, disc brakes."
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view. Even though green is a rare color for a Judge. Green was a very popular color on the regular GTO. Pontiac offered three different shades of green for the 1969 GTO model year. Limelight Green was the lightest of the three.
CLICK-> Brent's Limelight Green 1969 Judge hardtop on display at a car show.
CLICK-> Here is Brent's Judge on a flatbed during restoration.
CLICK-> In this shot the Limelight Green paint has been applied and the Judge is going back together.
CLICK-> Howard Larson owns this Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. Howard bought this car new in September, 1969! After 35 years, he took out dents and repainted it. Howard dedicates the results to his son Eric.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view.
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