by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Another shot of the interior. No radio, don't need one.
CLICK-> And... A shot of the rare Ram Air 4 engine. Check out the "IV" that has been applied to the air cleaner decal.
CLICK-> Left side view of the Ram Air IV engine.
CLICK-> Right side view of the Ram Air IV engine.
CLICK-> This is an orignal Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop. It has hideaway headlights, Redline tires, and a Ram Air III engine.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop, right rear view.
CLICK-> Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop, rear end view.
CLICK-> This Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop has a Ram Air III engine under the hood.
CLICK-> And a bright red interior!
CLICK-> Here is the invoice for this Cameo White 1969 Judge hardtop. The CC in the upper left corner is for the Cameo White paint. Only $243.20 for the Judge option.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by John Colby from Crestview, Florida. This car originally came with Hide-a-way headlights, Posi, 4-speed manual transmission, factory A/C and an AM/FM 8-track tape player. The engine was recently restored with all the RAM AIR IV parts and added power 4-wheel disc brakes to stop the beast!
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, right rear view down low. The rear spoiler fits great.
CLICK-> The engine is out being restored with Ram Air IV parts.
CLICK-> Here is the engine compartment, less the engine. Looks like John is referencing a Pontiac engine rebuild book. See it on the fender off to the far right? The book is called "How To Build Max-Performance Pontiac V-8s".
In case you're interested, you can preview or buy Tom Hand's excellent book by clicking on the photo of the cover.
CLICK-> This Carousel Red 1969 Judge is owned by Wetterskog from Sweden. These pictures appear to be taken in Texas. I wonder if this is what the car looked like when Wetterskog purchased it? Wetterskog tells us, "There is a camshaft from a Ram Air 4. The carburator is from that same engine. There is a 4-speed M22 Rockcrusher in the car. It is a little noisy but it is worth it. The rear axle is a 9-inch Mouser with a Detroit locker with 4:11. The Rally wheels are 15-inch. The car's best in 402 is high 12s."
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