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1969 Pontiac Judges.    Lot 49 of 51.
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CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Winston McCollum's Carousel Red 1969 Judge clone is being taped for an episode of "Muscle Car" on Spike TV. Taping took place September 2005 in Franklin, Tennessee, south of Nashville. The program first aired in January 2006.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another shot of Winston's Carousel Red 1969 "Judge" convertible being videotaped for a cable TV show. This car has a set of Redline tires mounted on Hurst Wheels.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] We have additional pictures of Winston's 1969 GTO on the site. Click here to see them with the Advanced Picture Searcher loaded with year=1969, model=GTO, owner=Winston McCollum.

CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Take a look at this triple black 1969 GTO Judge. It is owned by Pia and Anders Gregersen from Denmark! This was our Picture Of The Week for 3/18/07. Anders had this to say, "We have just purchased this '69 Judge RA3 2 months ago [summer 2006]. It has been our dreamcar #1 for the last 23 years - being a Pontiac enthusiast/owner. Finally, we got lucky to be offered this one! The Judge has spend all its life in Seattle Washington until a Danish Fisherman brought it here to Denmark in 2000. The car is all original except from the exhaust extensions and a color change many years ago to this triple Black condition. It was born Limelight Green with a green cordova top and trim according to the build sheet and PHS. It is in good driving shape with a little rust round the rear window and decklid only. I think we will enjoy it on the road for a year or so before it's going to be frame off restored with a repaint to Limelight Green."
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another cool shot of Pia and Anders Gergersen's black 1969 Judge hardtop. This Judge came new with Limelight Green paint, green cordova top, green interior, Ram Air III engine, automatic, HD posi rear, hideaways, Rally gauges, S/R glass, console, power steering, power disc brakes, wood steering wheel, and The Judge option.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1969 Judge hardtop, right front view. This Judge has the optional passenger side mirror.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1969 Judge hardtop, left rear view.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1969 Judge hardtop, right rear view. That is an interesting A-frame building in the background.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Black 1969 Judge hardtop, interior view. I wonder if they will take the interior back to green too. That will be quite a job.

CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is an interesting view of a Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop. It was our Picture Of The Week for 4/29/07.

CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Carousel Red RAIV 1969 Judge hardtop owned by John Johnson. This Judge won a Silver Concours Car Show Award at the 2007 GTOAA Nationals. It was our Picture Of The Week for 7/29/07. John had this story to share, "This is a documented 1969 RA-IV Judge hardtop. It was originally the Kelly Pontiac(Columbia MO) dealership drag car for 1969. The car ran a 12.97 once, but normally was a low 13-second car according to the man that drove it. The car was originally equipped as a 4-speed/3.90 Posi with a Parchment interior car and in-dash tach. During that year, Pontiac Motor Division had a dealer incentive program where by they'd warranty-out any broken drive-line components if the dealers would race the cars. My car 'blew' the shortblock twice (never did find what actually happened). The top end survived with the car for all the intervening years until I bought it 1982. Five owners later, there was a 421 block, a TH-400, and a 3.07 open 12-bolt in it, as well as a black interior. I got the car returned to a more original condition in the mid 1980s and then decided to get it painted about 1990 or so. After the exterior was done, and the frame was just starting to be worked on, I ran out of car-fund money. I had to stop and bring the car home, with the expectation that I would finish the car at some later date. Of course I didn't figure on that taking 17 years! Last summer my youngest son and a good friend across town convinced me that if we started on it, we could get it done for the 2007 GTOAA Nationals, and so we did. I was pleased to earn a Silver Concours Car Show Award this past month at the 2007 GTOAA Nationals."
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] John's Carousel Red RAIV 1969 Judge hardtop being judged at outside the host hotel at the 2007 GTOAA Nationals.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Another shot of the RAIV Judge being Judged.
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is the Silver Concourse Award that John won for all his efforts. At the awards presentation, the car is shown on the projector screen
CLICK-> 1969jud [an error occurred while processing this directive] John (left) with his Silver award!
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