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Pepper Green 1970 Judge hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Primered 1970 LeMans Sport owned by Brian Lough. It's got a 455ci engine, floor shift automatic transmission with console, and bucket seats. It was originally painted gold. The previous owner had been storing the car for nearly 10 years and only drove it twice. Brian is thinking about painting it black. What color would you suggest? Leave a comment with the picture. CLICK->
Primered 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop, left side view. CLICK->
Primered 1970 LeMans Sport hardtop, left rear view. These pictures were taken the day he purchased it. There are 4" lift springs in the rear. Look at the interesting license plate. CLICK->
Primered 1970 LeMans Sport, engine view. That's a 455ci engine in there (1974 vintage)! This car originally came with a 350ci engine. The 455ci engine was not an option on the LeMans in 1970. CLICK->
Blue 1970 GTO convertible owned by Derek Doucette from British Columbia, Canada. This picture was taken at the local Langley Cruise-In.
This baby is ready for flight. Granada Gold 1970 Judge convertible owned by Tom M from Greenwich, Connecticut. Tom added, "It's almost back on the road after a 3 year restoration of an honest to goodness real Judge convertible. There are lots of little things left to do BUT getting there!" CLICK->
This Pro Street Carousel Red 1970 Judge is worth a closer look. It's owned by Bill Bolin from Shady Side, Maryland. Bill had this to say, "It has a 400 Pontiac engine with a 671 Blower. I switch from an Enderle Bugcatcher injection to dual carbs depending on my mood. It has a complete chrome moly tube frame, not just back halved. It has a Ford 9' rear w/ 4.56's and a Turbo 375 transmission. The body consists of a fiberglass front end and decklid, steel doors w/ Lexan windows, stretched wheelwells, and a Judge rear spoiler. The car weighs 2700 lbs. ET/MPH to be determined." CLICK->
Pro Street Carousel Red 1970 Judge with the hood on. The exhaust headers exit just behind the front wheels. CLICK->
Pro Street Carousel Red 1970 Judge. CLICK->
Here's a closer look at that 400ci Pontiac engine with the 671 Blower. CLICK->
View of the engine in Bill's Pro Street 1970 Judge with the front end removed. CLICK->
Bill has been doing some work on his blown 1970 Judge. Click here to see a shot of the accident on the way to the Pontiac Nationals in Norwalk, Ohio last year. Besides some body work, Bill is working on his engine. Bill explains, "The new 'double blower' setup will be an 8-71 on top of a 6-71 with a Super Chiller Intercooler under them. This will be topped off with a 400HP nitrous system for even more grins. I will not be racing it with the double blower setup. That will be for showing and cruising. I will switch to the single 8-71 blower for racing purposes." CLICK->
Bill is also repainting his 1970 Judge. Bill tells us more, "It is PPG Orange Glow over a silver base. In the picture it looks more gold than orange but in person the orange really shows better. I will be putting it back together and have it ready for Cruisin Ocean City (Maryland) event in May 2006. I will hopefully be back at Norwalk with the new paint job and my 'double blower' setup." CLICK->
Bill has his 1970 Judge out of the paint shop. It's now ready for re-assembly. Here it sits on a 4-wheel trailer with tiedowns. PICTURE SET CONTINUED ON NEXT PAGE ...
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