by Sean Mattingly.
1971 GTO Parking Lot
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CLICK-> Red 1971 Judge hardtop, engine view. It is described as having the correct 455 WC block but not numbers matching. The car has correct 197 heads and aluminium intake with heat crossover. The carburetor has been replaced. All ram air parts are intact.
CLICK-> Here's the invoice for the red 1971 Judge. Documentation is vital since only 357 Judges where built in 1971.
CLICK-> Canyon Copper 1971 Judge hardtop found for sale on the internet from Pompano Beach, Florida. It underwent a 1250 man hour rotisserie concours restoration by Scott Tiemann. This Judge was built on 12-30-70 and originally shipped to Doug Willey Pontiac of Birmingham, Alabama. It has won the 1996 GTOAA Nationals Gold Award Concours, 1996 GTOAA Nationals Best Of Show, Detroit Autorama Best In Class, Detroit Autorama Best Paint, Best In Class Domino Farms Concours de Elegance, Woodward Ave GTO Tigers Show Best of Show and just won Best In Class, Best Engine and Best of Show at the 2001 Pontiac Oakland Club International Show in South Florida. This stunning Judge was also displayed for 2-3 years at Floyd Garret's Musclecar Museum in Sevierville, Tennessee.
CLICK-> There's a Ram Air 455 HO with the round port heads under the hood of this Canyon Copper 1971 Judge. It's mated to an M-22 "Rock Crusher" 4-speed close ratio transmission with the factory T-handle Hurst shifter. It's got a 12 Bolt Posi rear end with a 3.55 gear ratio.
CLICK-> Trunk view of this Canyon Copper 1971 Judge.
CLICK-> Driver's side interior view of this 1971 Judge. The color of the interior is sienna. It's got the Ralley dash, center console, and AM radio.
CLICK-> Rear seat view inside this Canyon Copper 1971 Judge.
CLICK-> Here's a shot of the frame during restoration of this 1971 Judge. Looks like a nice shop too.
CLICK-> 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Michael Franks. The Goat is undergoing a restoration. It might be a Judge - check out the interior shot.
CLICK-> Michael Frank's restoration project 1971 GTO from the right side. We can't endorse using wood and concrete pieces to support a car on soft ground. Don't try this at home.
CLICK-> Michael Frank's restoration project 1971 GTO from the left rear.
CLICK-> Michael Frank's restoration project 1971 GTO interior view. Michael has not confirmed if it's a real Judge.
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Tom Somerville. Tom had this to say, "I bought this car in July 2001 to replace the '69 GTO that is already on your site. The 71 is a 400 cubic inch four speed car with Ram Air. It was partially restored in the eighties. I am a member of the Royal GTOs and I thoroughly enjoy driving, racing and showing it whenever I get a chance around my home of Edgewater, MD."
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Tom Somerville, right front view.
CLICK-> Red 1971 GTO hardtop owned by Tom Somerville, interior view. Looks like its got air conditioning and a manual transmission.
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