1969 GTO Super Judge model was an MPC kit. CLICK->
Here you can see the contents of the Super Judge kit. CLICK->
Here you can see the instruction sheet that goes with the 1969 Arnie "The Farmer"
Beswick "Super Judge" kit. CLICK->
Jim Wallace shows us an original old built up Beswick Super Judge on a vintage
AMT cardboard display. CLICK->
There was one model released of
a Bobcat GTO. This one was a Funny Car. The photo was sent to me in
the mail by Larry Rawlings. The Funny Car has a one piece
body and was made by MPC. It was a 1:25 scale kit. CLICK->
This is very cool artwork from a 1969 GTO Funny Car box. This was our
Picture Of The Week for 7/5/1998. It was an MPC 1:25 scale model
that said BREAKAWAY on the side of the car. Check out the
customized hood scoops! It was sent in by Jeff Hamlin from Virginia
Beach, Virginia. CLICK->
Jeff shows us the side panel of the model box. CLICK->
This is the other side, showing more customizing options. CLICK->
Here you can see the BREAKAWAY GTO model box contents. CLICK->
Here's another view of the contents of the kit. GTO model cars SHOPPING at eBay with this one click!
A 1969 GTO model kit by Monogram. Extra large image. I have a couple of these, attempting
to build one in the 80's. The other one was purchased on ebay.com, in unopened
A newer version of the 1969 GTO Judge model kit by Monogram. CLICK->
Here's another version. This one is the Deluxe Kit because it includes
paints, brush, and cement. CLICK->
Here's another version of the Monogram 1969 Judge model kit. This one has a picture of
a 1:1 scale metal one on the box top. There's also a view of what is inside the box.
Lots of orange pieces! Ever built one of these? That orange is hard to cover with
other color paints. CLICK->
This one was sent in by Luiz Augusto Tinoco. He is a
member of the Rio de Janeiro Model Car Club in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil. It is his Monogram
1/24 scale '69 GTO Judge. It is shown on a contest table. CLICK->
Tim Sickle shows us his super-detailed version of the Revell-Monogram
kit. He added Resin-cast redline tires, photoetched emblems, foil trim, specially made
license plates, spark plug wires, fuel lines, brake lines, etc. This highly polished model
won 2nd place at the 1999 GTOAA Nationals in New Jersey. CLICK->
Doug Waymer built this is the early Monogram model 2294 version of the 1969 GTO. The
black background in the first picture is the trunk of a car. CLICK->
Jeff Williams built up his Monogram 1969 GTO Judge model kit. He painted
it with Model Car World Hugger Orange paint. Hugger Orange is what Chevy called
MPC 1/25 scale Paul Revere, Mark Lindsay and The Raiders Coach issued in 1969. The
Coach (plastic Kit #622-300) was designed and built by George Barris.
The kit has a 1969 GTO front end. An 1849 Stagecoach design was used with two
500-horsepower Pontiac engines. The coach is supplied with Vox musical instruments,
including organ, guitars, drums, and loud speakers! When you bought this kit it
came with these plastic Mark Lindsay and the Raiders figures for you to display
with your finished model. The newer version does not come with these figures. CLICK->
Here's some pictures of the real car. The first image is a postcard. According to
the back of "Way-Out Wheels" post card the fabrication of this hot rod was a joint
MPC and George Barris project. The second image is of a sticker. This shot is a
little clearer. I bet that is a real GTO nose. The third is a nice clear postcard. CLICK->
Here's the newer version which is in stores now. This one is under the AMT/Ertl
name. It says, "The Authentic Model of the Super Wild Raiders Coach." Yes, this car
was really built. CLICK->
Here the Raider Coach is built-up.
Stan Kaminski once had a
Ram Air IV Judge which was in pretty bad shape. He decided to build a
detailed model of the "before" car. It looks just like the real junker. He
has duplicated the rust and primer spots on the original car. He started with
an MPC 1:25 scale 1970 GTO. In the first two images, the model car is in
front with a photo of the actual car in the background. You can compare the
two. The third photo is of Stan's model car next to a jar of rust from his
Judge. The rust is all Stan kept of his Judge when he sold it. More images
of Stan's real fullsize Judge are in the '69 Judge section od this web site.
Some are funny! CLICK->
Look at a closeup of the Judge model interior. Here
Stan duplicated the details that are inside the door shell. You can see how
he sanded off the armrests, cut correct holes in doors and made accurate
window regulators painted silver. He also cut holes in the package shelf
area resembling speaker holes. CLICK->
Todd created this 1969 junkyard Judge convertible from a 1/18th scale diecast. He has
many other junkyard GTOs as well. You can purchase them at his website at
www.junkyardjewels.com The interior of the Judge looks dirty, rusty, and comes with a
couple of spare engine parts. He did a good job reproducing the typical rusty
rear fender of a 1969 Judge that's been neglected for some time. CLICK->
Testors made a 1969 Judge kit. It featured metal body parts which are
already painted. The kit was produced by Testors in cooperation with the Lincoln Mint.
The Testor's stock number for the kit is #7120 and was released late in 1999. The kit is
predominantly styrene plastic but it has a pre-painted die cast metal body. It only comes
in Carousel Red. The rear spoiler is plastic but it also is pre-painted. The paint job is
quite good and a little polishing and waxing should result in a beautiful model.
The stripes and Judge emblems are already on the body and look like Tampo
printing. The Rally II wheels are pre-painted as are small details such as the
silver trim in the steering wheel. The front and back window moldings, as
well as the wheel opening moldings, are separate chrome plated pieces. The
seats are made in a black, soft vinyl material. There are decals for the
instruments. Even the gas tank comes pre-painted on the chassis! The doors,
hood and trunk all open. This kit is highly recommended. A scan of the boxtop, box
bottom, and kit description were sent in by Paul Dorton. CLICK->
This is what the side of the boxlid looks like on the Testor's metal
kit. It is unusual for them to show the parts and pieces of a
kit on the side of the box. I like how they did that. Usually, the
kit contents are left up to the buyer's imagination. Or sometimes
a potential buyer will just open the box in the store and dig through it
to examine the contents. I hate when they do that. GTO model cars SHOPPING at eBay with this one click!
1969 GTO dealer promotional car. The color is Verdoro
Green. This model is highlighted with the hood tachometer and redline tires.
This one was sent in by a collector of GTO and Firebird promo models, John
Witzke from Iowa. He purchased this model for $330. It
is in near mint condition. CLICK->
Mark Nagel has the original box for his Verdoro Green 1969 GTO hardtop
promo model. CLICK->
Espresso Brown 1969 GTO convertible promo model with original box. This
one is owned by Mark Nagel. The boxes for these cars all have the color
name incorrectly spelled as EXPRESSO BROWN. CLICK->
Warren Hanbury sends this
photo of his 1969 and 1970 promo models in their display cases. CLICK->
This is a beautiful assortment of GTO dealer promotional
cars. Nice condition. They would fetch a lot of money on
ebay. The picture is from Mark Nagel. CLICK->
1969 Royal Bobcat GTO. This is not a kit, but a 1:18 scale diecast metal
pre-assembled car made by Ertl. They also sell two other colors of this car, one
is Crystal Blue Turquoise and white and it's reverse. Ertl uses this body over and
over in many different colors. CLICK->
Another metal Ertl 1969
GTO. This one is wearing pearl paint, billet wheels, and wild graphics. This
diecast vehicle was spotted at one of the online auctions. They're growing
in popularity as a place to find models and toys. CLICK->
This is not a model kit, but a really fun 1969 Judge radio controlled car. I
have one of these and play with it often. If you want to buy one of these, they
are available in the "Ultimate GTO Store". The link to check one of these out is here...
This red toy resembles a 1969 car. It was emailed
to me by Andre who says there is a guide pin
on the bottom of this slot car. The picture shows the top and the underside.
I have enlarged a view of the tire. The tires have a raised groove
on them so they will stay on a track. GTO model cars SHOPPING at eBay with this one click!
Stanley posed his GTOs on his Lionel car carrier. You can see
Johnny Lightning cars, Racing Champions cars, and others. CLICK->
Aurora made these slot cars in H.O. scale. They were called T-Jets. If you
have any of these tiny cars, dig them out of the attic and sell them. The first one
pictured was spotted at an online auction. The bidding was already up to
the $203 mark. The 2nd one was in nice mint condition. It went for $145.
Careful about purchasing them. They are being produced again. CLICK->
This red T-Jet slot car has three views. CLICK->
Here's a 1969 GTO hardtop T-Jet slot car. I found this aqua
car picture on Malcom's HO slot car home page at http://www.jps.net/mm/ That's not all! Why not check out
Shelf #7 ?
From: William Weeden (email@example.com)
Hey folks, I'm a Pontiac modeler too and I'd
build a custom model of anyone's GTO too (or
Bonneville or Firebird or GP) as long as a kit
is available. I even use GM-matched factory
colors for accuracy.
Drop me a line if anybody's interested.
Here is another message about custom models...
From: Paul (Backn65@aol.com)
Would you like a 1/25th scale model replica of
your show, race or daily driver? How about your
favorite NASCAR driver's car or NHRA drag racer?
Models can be box stock or highly scratchbuilt.
Cost would depend on model availability and the
amount of detail. Check out
for a few of the models I have made. Email or
call me with any questions. (920) 336-0464
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