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The hood looks to be in good shape. Would you restore a hood like this? CLICK->
Here is the Judge's VIN number as seen at the bottom of the windshield frame. CLICK->
According to the emission sticker in front of the radiator, it had a 455ci engine. Take a look in the upper left corner of the sticker. CLICK->
But according to the original invoice, it did not list the 455 engine. Am I missing something? It has the color of FF for the Lucerne Blue paint and the trim of 61 for the blue interior. CLICK->
A website visitor from Canada sends in this picture of his gold 1971 GTO. The car wears the good looking BF Goodrich Radial T/A's. CLICK->
Here is a shot of the engine. CLICK->
Laurentian Green 1971 T-37 owned by Mike from Ohio. The car has a 400ci engine and a 350 automatic transmission. It took him seven years to restore it to what it looks like today. The car was built in Atlanta Georgia and was brought up to Ohio sometime in the 80s. In case you want to see where all the GTO factories were located, there is a listing by model year in the GTO "Text Topics" area. The article called "Where Were the GTO Factories" is at http://ultimategto.com/art13.htm CLICK->
Another shot of Mike's Laurentian Green 1971 T-37 hardtop. CLICK->
Twin blue 1971 Judges owned by Bob Schweitzer Jr. from New Jersey. The one on the left has a blue interior, black vinyl top, and a 4-speed manual transmission. The one on the right has a black interior and an automatic transmission. Bob tells us more, "My wife and I took the twins to the park for some baby pictures. Both are frame off real Judges with matching numbers. These cars are so much fun to drive. I always say the more cars the merrier." CLICK->
Another shot of Bob's twin 1971 Judges. CLICK->
Take a look at this one. It's a white 1971 LeMans Sport convertible with a 455HO engine and GTO nose-job. It also has a 4-speed manual transmission and 45K original miles. Paul, the owner, comments, "I found three build sheets. The interior had never been apart. Too many options to list. This is a real car, not a clone. I've been told possibly the only one. Let me know if you can." CLICK->
Right front view of Paul's white 1971 LeMans Sport 455HO convertible. CLICK->
White 1971 LeMans Sport 455HO convertible, left side view. CLICK->
Paul Lesiczka also owns this black 1971 LeMans Sport convertible. It has a 400ci engine and a 4-speed manual transmission. Paul says it is all original less a paint job. CLICK->
Another shot of Paul's black 1971 LeMans Sport convertible.
Here's a comment from a recent visitor...
Says Todd Lloyd (lentoddlloyd.@earthlink.net) - "Mattingly, apparently Pontiac blood must flow thru your veins which automatically qualifies you as on right-on dude. Well done."