1969 Pontiac GTO Judge: Classic Muscle Car Restored to Perfection

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The Pontiac GTO, a name synonymous with reverence in the realm of muscle cars, particularly shines with the “Judge” specification in the second generation. Introduced in 1968, the second-gen GTO featured a more streamlined design with dual scoops replacing the original hood scoop and concealed headlights as an option.

The 1969 model year brought further refinements, eliminating the front door vent windows and updating the taillights.

Amidst these changes, the standout was the introduction of the GTO Judge in 1969, characterized by flamboyant paint schemes like Carousel Red or Orbit Orange, accentuating its bold personality with iconic decals.

One such example is the Carousel Red 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge, fully refurbished, boasting a replacement 400 ci Ram Air V8 engine with just 23,000 miles.

External features include a painted Endura front bumper, body-color rear wing, chrome rear bumper, dual exhaust outlets, and 15-inch Rally II wheels. Inside, the black vinyl seats, woodgrain trim, Hurst shifter, AM/FM stereo, and three-spoke steering wheel add to its allure.

Previously available for auction, with bids reaching $78,000, the seller withdrew the listing, citing insufficient offers. Although the car may fetch more, expecting $100,000 might be ambitious. A similar 1969 GTO Judge sold for $75,000, showcasing identical specs.

Dana Phio

By Dana Phio

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