The Ultimate Pontiac GTO Picture Site
This Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO had the paint scheme unique to a few Royal Pontiac dealership cars in 1968 and 1969.|
CLICK-> The on hood decal indicated that this was a Ram Air Super Duty engine. Double good, eh?
CLICK-> Crystal Turquoise 1969 GTO hardtop, rear end view. The Royal stripes extend onto the trunk area.
CLICK-> Under the hood is a Ram Air engine. The firewall is painted Crystal Turquoise.
CLICK-> A peek inside from the driver's side door. It has the Ram Air knob under the steering wheel which opens and closes the hood scoops.
CLICK-> All business in here. Just a manual transmission and a Ram Air control.
CLICK-> The owner's helmet had a Royal Racing decal on it.
CLICK-> This beauty was on display way in the back of the swap meet area. It's a red 1969 Judge convertible.
CLICK-> This one did not have a price on it. I wonder if it's a real Judge?
CLICK-> A bit shady back here. This Judge had a power antenna and chrome exhaust tips pointing the wrong way.
CLICK-> Close-up of the Judge decal on the spoiler and placement of the power antenna on the fender.
CLICK-> All the way from Batesville, Indiana. This original Carousel Red 1969 Judge hardtop body was on display from Fast Automotive in the swap meet area. They were selling rotisseries and advertising their restoration services.
CLICK-> Besides showing their restoration talents, Fast Automotive sells these heavy duty rotisseries for only $600. This Judge received new rear quarters, trunk floor, wheel houses, and interior floor pans.
CLICK-> Bill Bolin brought his double blown 1970 Judge to the show. It drew quite a lot of attention. It has a tubular frame and that engine puts out a mere 1300hp.
CLICK-> Here is Bill with his double blown 1970 Judge.
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