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Limelight Green 1969 GTO Judge hardtop, left side view. I haven't seen too many green vinyl tops. CLICK->
Nice looking Judge! CLICK->
Josh Higgelke got married and had his Judge in the wedding photos. Ahh, the artistic merits of this b/w photo. CLICK->NEW POST Tim Burton owns this awesome Limelight Green 1969 GTO Judge hardtop. This Judge has fixed headlights and air conditioning (I bet). See the air dam under the front bumper? That is installed for cars with AC. CLICK->NEW POST Limelight Green 1969 GTO Judge hardtop, right rear view. Looks Great! CLICK->NEW POST Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned by Matt E from Maryland. Matt tells us, "I just picked up my GTO from an online deal and I was blown away with its quality." CLICK->NEW POST Site visitor, Shawn, spotted this Mayfair Maize 1969 Judge hardtop on the way home from the Carolinas. And he adds - no it is not for sale...
CLICK->NEW POST You can still make out the Judge decal on the front fender. CLICK->NEW POST It's half hidden in the weeds. CLICK->NEW POST It has the Judge decal on the rear decklid spoiler. Check out all the pine needles under the spoiler. CLICK->NEW POST Shawn also spotted this black 1969 Judge (and the Carousel Red one on the back) on his way back from the Carolinas. Niether were for sale. CLICK->NEW POST This one looks to be in pretty good shape. It's right off the road! CLICK->
Carousel Red 1969 Judge. This one was emailed to me by Phil Penketh. It was Picture Of The Week for 5/24/98. CLICK->
This was our Picture Of The Week for 6/21/98. Its a 1969 Liberty Blue Judge with a white interior. CLICK->
Greg Spradlin has NEW Judge prints available! This was our Picture Of The Week for 10/18/98. Greg has a good eye for detail. He tells us how he created these beautiful 18" x 24" prints: "It is illustrated on the computer but in vector line art. Each line was hand drawn. Plus ten years experience airbrushing helps me get a clean airbrushed look.". The prints are suitable for framing. You can actually order them from his web site at http://www.g.spradlin.com . I
have one framed on my wall, and can't keep from staring at it constantly! This is a a must-have for any GTO fan! Please don't copy this particular image because it contains copyrighted artwork of Greg Spradlin. It is presented here in the context of a review and thus falls under the "fair use" provisions of the copyright laws. It's used with permission here.
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