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1969 Ram Air IV Judge, interior view. Scott cruises the streets of Laurel, Maryland. CLICK->
This silver '69 GTO Judge just might run over your face. CLICK->
Same silver '69 GTO Judge convertible with the top down. Notice the red line tires. CLICK->
Larry Rawlings from Texas took a snapshot of his 1969 Judge Breakaway Poster. Notice the prototype spoiler which is taller and curves differently on the ends as it hits the fenders. CLICK->
Many drag cars end up being mothballed. The guy who sent in the picture of this very dusty Judge says the car sat in storage for 23 years! Jim says this is a Ram Air Judge with 400 automatic, radio delete, and 4.73 rear end. CLICK->
Nice one view #1. '69 Carousel Red Judge convertible with black top and hideaway headlights. Looks like a tiger tail hanging from the interior mirror. CLICK->
View #2 of this Judge showing the back end. I wonder why this one has '68 arrowhead marker lights on it? Anyway, orange cars rule, man! CLICK->
How in the HELL did THIS orange car get in HERE??? CLICK->
This numbers matching Judge was restored by John who put it together for use on the road, not to show or to race. Here you see it in primer with no doghouse. CLICK->
Another view of John's Judge from the right side. Check out the limos in the background. CLICK->
Left side of his 1969 Judge which was originally sold by a dealership in New York. The car has a 400, 4-speed, with 3.90 rear. Check out the police cars in the background. CLICK->
Pink! This Judge sits in the body shop with pink paint in the jambs. I wish I knew a little more about this one. Here are Sean's book recommendations...
Ever seen a Liberty Blue Judge on the moon? Now you have! CLICK->
Here is one fine Judge sent in by DHJets@aol.com. Pic #1 CLICK->
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Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Alex (thelipenator.@yahoo.com) - "I am a huge fan of the goat, especially the 1966 model. Whenever I show my friends my dream car, I just send them a link to one of your pictures of a 1966 model."