by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
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Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop owned site visitor Jim. This was our Picture Of The Week for 11/9/03. This is a true Ram Air IV Judge. it was formerly a drag car.|
CLICK-> Here's another view of Jim's Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop with the hood up.
CLICK-> Keith Davis spotted these GTO's being loaded up on a trailer. Keith talked to the driver and found out that these cars are to be used in the USA Network movie called The Last Ride. Looks like Keith pictured two identical Carousel Red 1969 GTO Judges and two 2004 GTOs, one black and one yellow. Charles Stankovich says he provided most of the cars and consulted on the Pacific Classic Car Show scene for The Last Ride “GTO” movie. His company is Film My Ride Picture Cars and the website is www.moviepicturecars.com. They are endorsed by the San Diego Film Commission.
Check out the GTO's to star in TV movie on USA Network article in the 2004 GTO info Collection page. We also have the movie teaser over in our 2004 parking lot. Check it out by clicking here.
CLICK-> Here is another shot of the GTOs that are supposed to be used in the 2004 USA Network TV movie called The Last Ride. It stared Dennis Hopper, along with other actors who are well-known for being in car movies.
CLICK-> A close-up of the Carousel Red 1969 Judges on the car hauler, shows that these are nicely restored cars. Look for them on TV in The Last Ride movie made back in 2004.
CLICK-> A shot of the 1969 Judges before they are loaded on the car hauler. These have fixed headlights, spoilers, and hood tachs. These are going to be in the USA Network movie called The Last Ride which was scheduled for filming in March/April 2004.
CLICK-> It would be a shame if these Judges were totaled in the 2004 USA Network TV movie The Last Ride.
CLICK-> You and your classic GTO could have been in the USA Network movie The Last Ride. They were filming at an autoshow at the San Diego Convention Center on March 29th through April 2nd, 2004. This form was used to RSVP a position. The name at the bottom of the form is that of Dan Gearhart. He is the transportation coordinator for the production company called "Stu Segall Productions" at http://www.stusegall.com . Their casting division is called "Background San Diego". They recruit extras for movies and pilots. The flyer indicates that they are looking for "extras" with cars in San Diego. A guy named Mark at the production company said the USA Movie of the Week called "The Last Ride" was formerly known as "GTO". He heard rumors that if it does well in the ratings, they might make it a series!
CLICK-> Dan Long took this picture at the Hollywood premiere of The Last Ride movie in May of 2004. This Carousel Red 1969 Judge plays a big part in the movie. You can see it on the movie poster to the right. There's also a 2004 GTO in it.
CLICK-> Another view of the Carousel Red 1969 Judge at the Hollywood movie premiere for The Last Ride. Stars attended this pre-release shindig for the cable TV movie that was released in June 2004.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible owned by Mike Keegan from Nelson B.C. Canada. This was our Picture Of The Week for 6/27/04. We've got pictures of this car before the restoration as well as his 1965 GTO. Click here to see them. Mike tells us, "This is a frame off, every nut and bolt resto and it shows. The car has been put back to it exact former glory right down to the Bias ply redlines and the dated spark plug wires. It is a full numbers match car, and it turned out perfect. I'm am very pleased with it. And just a note I did all the work myself, however not the fist car I've done. I do this for a living/hobby."
CLICK-> Here's a BEFORE picture of the 1969 Judge convertible owned by Mike Keegan. This is a documented Judge convertible. The original color was Limelight Green with a dark green interior and a green convertble top. It has a Ram Air III 400ci engine with an automatic transmission.
CLICK-> Another BEFORE picture of this green 1969 Judge convertible. This car has interesting flat black accents - such as the Royal Bobcat type stripe on the hood. Looks like a pile of snow in the background, which is not too unusual for Canada.
CLICK-> And, one final shot of the BEFORE green 1969 Judge convertible - left rear view.
CLICK-> Here's more of the FINISHED Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible of Mike Keegan's.
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