by Sean Mattingly.
1969 GTO Judge Parking Lot
Biggest GTO image collection anywhere!
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CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible, right rear view.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible, left side view.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible, interior view. That is an optional Custom Sport steering wheel with a tilt column.
CLICK-> Limelight Green 1969 Judge convertible, interior view from the passenger side. This one has power windows and a remote control driver's side mirror.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Ron Hambrecht from Marlton, New Jersey. He just purchased this second owner Ram Air II car. This was our Picture Of The Week for 8/8/04. Ron comments, "After 9 Corvettes, this is the one I had to have. I have original window sticker, bill of sale, and Protect-O-Plate.
Now, that explains his "vette" email address!
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, left front view. This Judge has a black interior and fixed headlights.
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop, left side view. Most Judges (but not all) came with Rally II wheels without the chrome trim rings.
CLICK-> Vince Crain cartoons are so cool we'll feature another for this week's Picture Of The Week. Vince was inspired by CARtoons magazine, Dave Deal, and Big Daddy Ed Roth's "Rat Fink". He is selling crazy GTO prints on his website at http://vincecrain.com . You can get the above 1969 GTO Judge for your very own wall. They're available without the "UltimateGTO.com" wording on them, with the car drawn up in orange or black. The prints are 8-1/2"x11". He says the prints are limited editions of 500. Get one for $10! On his website, it says these are FREE prints! He explains that the $10 (per print) covers "handling", the prints are FREE! There is a one time shipping charge of $4 per order, no extra shipping for multiple prints. Vince accepts money orders and credit cards thru PayPal. You've got to see all the other "freaked out" muscle cars available too at http://vincecrain.com
CLICK-> This is one of the twelve pictures contained in the new 2006 GTO Calendar from Cactus GTOs Inc. Cactus GTOs Inc is the Phoenix Arizona chapter of the GTOAA. This is the November shot. It has a 1969 Judge in the foreground. Behind it is a silver 1970 Judge and a red 1971 Judge. You can purchase your copy of the calendar at www.cactusgto.com
The owner of the cars, Bob Paris says, "Thanks for posting my collection on the web site. The '69 is a Matador Red, 400, 4spd, numbers matching, restored car (3rd owner), the '70 is a 400, 4spd, matching numbers, un-restored, 41K miles car (6th owner) and the '71 is a 455, auto, matching numbers, restored car. (7th owner)."
CLICK-> Carousel Red 1969 Judge owned by Greg Sereico from New Jersey. This one has a RAIV under the hood and Cragars. It was our Picture Of The Week for 1/15/06.
CLICK-> A change. The Carousel Red 1969 Judge with Rally II wheels this time.
CLICK-> This rusty 1969 Judge model kit was assembled by A.G. Kelly. It was on display at the 2006 GTOAA convention in Louisville. It won first in the 17+ year old model builder class. This was our Picture Of The Week for 7/16/06. It has mismatched rims, a broken spoiler, tree growing through the hood, broken hideaway door, and a lot of rust holes.
CLICK-> Take a closer look. The headliner is hanging down, the vinyl top is coming off, even the tire is flat.
CLICK-> It has a tree growing through the holes in the trunk floor. Nice sign, "Good Parts Car, no rust". It takes a lot of time to put all these details onto a model car.
CLICK-> An artistic look at a Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop pictured at the 2002 Indy "Day At The Track" show. This image might make a good desktop wallpaper for your computer. You can right-click the big image and then click "Set As Wallpaper". On August 12, 2006 the Indy GTO Association will again sponsor the show at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Check out the Flyer. The day includes an all-Pontiac car show near the Speedway Museum followed by a lap around the famous "500" track, track photos and awards. The car show awards this year will be interesting "gold" bricks (a brickyard theme).