by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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This Carousel Red Judge is open for business. I got four pictures of this one!|
CLICK-> Judge does not have the hideaway headlamp option. Note that this Judge has trim rings on the wheels. The factory did not make them that way 98 percent of the time, but they DO look nice.
CLICK-> Check out the black and white interior!
CLICK-> Fuzzy dice hang from the mirror of the Judge.
CLICK-> Small picture of a Carousel Red Judge with the top down.
CLICK-> This yellow hardtop appears to be a 1969 Judge with some primer spots.
CLICK-> Beginner's luck? Tom DiSabatino poses with his 1969 carousel red Judge. This photo was taken at his first car show. He got 1st place in the Judge class at Maplegrove Raceway in 1997. Thanks to Stan Kaminski for mailing in the photo!
CLICK-> Stan Kaminski's Ram Air IV Judge. Was 4-speed with power disc brakes, manual steering, AM radio, no console, parchment interior.
CLICK-> This was taken the day Stan put a new engine in his Judge. He was getting tired of jogging the car around the neighborhood shouting "Rammm Rammm!". Do ya like the Mercury Zephyr station wagon hubcap?
CLICK-> Rust? What rust? Click on this picture for a good laugh. Stan Kaminski picked up this Ram Air IV Judge for $100. He used a 1970 LeMans as a donor car. He spent just $970 to get the Judge tagged and running again. He later sold it to a guy who was going to do a full restoration on it.
CLICK-> Here's more pictures of this 1969 Judge from David Phillips who now owns the car. The picture in the upper left is the day he picked the car up from Stan Kaminski. The primered car up front in the upper right is a rare (one of 58) Ram Air IV Judge that David's friend owns.
CLICK-> Side shot 1969 Judge from David Phillips (firstname.lastname@example.org). David says that two yrs ago the Judge suffered a big setback when Hurricane Floyd came up the East Coast. It was in 3-4 ft of water.
CLICK-> A 1969 Judge wears the typical color.
CLICK-> We're looking at the shady side of this Judge. It's owned by Kyle Blake (email@example.com).
CLICK-> Notice the pic of the engine. The engine is orange, a non-stock color.
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