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by Sean Mattingly.
2004 GTOAA International Convention coverage
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CLICK-> Blue 69 Judge [an error occurred while processing this directive] Crystal Turquoise 1969 Judge hardtop, right rear view.

CLICK-> Green 1969 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] Midnight Green 1969 LeMans Sport Coupe. These look very similar to the 1968 LeMans from the front and side. The LeMans emblem on the side is located on the front fender in 1969. They are on the rear fender in 1968. The 1969 LeMans Sport Coupe has triangle vent windows on the doors like the 1968 GTO/LeMans models.
CLICK-> Green 1969 LeMans [an error occurred while processing this directive] This was parked in the swap meet area for a while. Midnight Green 1969 LeMans Sport Coupe. Here's where you can easily tell its a 1969 model. See the one-year '69 rear tail lights, bumper, and trunk lid. The 1969 LeMans has the same rear arrowhead-shaped fender marker lights as the 1968 GTO and LeMans. This one has a cool 1969 vintage "dealer" license plate on it. To the right of the car, you can see the UltimateGTO.com booth. The Klein's were selling tiger-striped fuzzy dice and some nice Rally wall clocks that match the clocks seen in the instrument panels of cars. They also had wooden car nameplates and some UltimateGTO.com t-shirts for sale.
CLICK-> 69 LeMans Interior [an error occurred while processing this directive] Midnight Green 1969 LeMans Sport Coupe, interior view. This one has a floor mounted manual shifter, bucket seats, Custom Sport steering wheel, and the radio delete option.

CLICK-> 69 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] This cool Carousel Red 1969 Judge funny car was on display at the 2004 GTOAA International Convention. The one-piece fiberglass flip-top body was very detailed. The whole thing looked very fresh, like it was just built. The whole time this car was on display, admirers were circling it.
CLICK-> 69 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] The rear bumper and read side marker lights resemble the 1968 GTO on the Carousel Red 1969 Judge funny car. Notice the parachute on the rear of the car. It has a long tiger tail hanging out of it. From the photo, it appears that the rear bumper is chrome. Not so. It's all fiberglass, expertly painted silver so it resembles chrome.
CLICK-> 1969 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] Carousel Red 1969 Judge funny car. The door handles, door lock, and emblems are painted on the body. One website visitor pointed out that the rear bumper resembles that of a '68 GTO. The rear side marker lights are a carryover from a '68 design as well. Certainly this is one fine funnycar that looked like it was restored just before showtime.

Mike Smith (msmith@digitecinteractive.com) writes in to ask some questions about this unusual funnycar;
"I was looking at the pictures you posted when I came across the Judge funny car pics. Do you know the history of the car? The reason I ask is that I think I was on the team that raced it on the UDRA circuit in 69-70. The car was owned and built by Tom Nell and Duane Muelling, both Pontiac engineers. In 69, it was the fastest injected funny car in the US running Ram Air V heads, custom injection with Hilborn hardware and a Tom Nell modified M40. Please let me know as this car was a big part of my racing history. Thanks, Mike Smith"

I do not know the history of this car yet. But I am hopeful that someone else will see your question and fill us both in on the matter.
CLICK-> 69 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here's a close-up of the chassis on this 1969 Judge funny car. We got a tubular frame and one huge engine.
CLICK-> 69 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] I wonder if that's a Pontiac block. It's painted light metallic blue like a Pontiac. This guy has a supercharger and dual quads.
CLICK-> 69 Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] All the details of the grille are painted on the fiberglass body. I didn't notice a nick or scratch in the paint. I don't know if it's been run much lately.
CLICK-> Vintage Ad - Judge Funny Car [an error occurred while processing this directive] NEW POST I found a vintage photo of this 'Champion Automotive' Judge Funny Car in the Cumberland News - a newspaper from Cumberland, Maryland in September 18, 1969. The car was to be on display at the grand opening of Spoerl's Pontiac-Cadillac. It has the Muelling and Noll builder names on the rear. The ad was done very well - as it was a full page.
CLICK-> Judge Funny Car Article [an error occurred while processing this directive] NEW POST Here's a newspaper article on the 'Champion Automotive' Judge Funny Car from the Charleston Gazette from November 14, 1970. It gives some additional information on the car as it was on display at a car show. Old newspapers are interesting. This article does a great job of telling us about this car - makes me want to go back in time and attend the event.

CLICK-> Dragway [an error occurred while processing this directive] Dirt. This is your first impression of the Lapeer Dragway. Dirt. I hope you didn't just wash your showcar. Drag races were held here on Saturday. It took nearly an hour to drive there. There were some Pontiacs on the strip at this small family-run place.
CLICK-> Line em up for Racing [an error occurred while processing this directive] Here is a line-up of cars in the staging lanes at the Lapeer Dragway on Saturday during the 2004 GTOAA International Convention. That red one on the end is a 1969 Custom S hardtop. The drag day was not very well attended. Before drag day, the word was put out to stay away because this facility was not very up-to-date. I went there with low expectations and was not too disappointed. At least there were some cars there racing. Seemed strange how they had no lighted board that showed the track times of the cars after they made their runs. It was funny how the track announcer would forget to announce the times. After a fast run, he would not say the time. He would announce a door prize instead. Argh! That got the people in the grandstand yelling at the tower to say the time! Oh, well. At least I got to meet some nice drivers at the track.
CLICK-> 1969 Custom S [an error occurred while processing this directive] This red 1969 Custom S qualified in the 13 second range. This was probably my favorite car at the drags.
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