1969 Pontiac GTO Judge
We can tell there was a lot invested in making this 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge look so good. Restored to correct colors and retaining its and the original 400ci V8 and four-speed, it's handsome, fast, comfortable, and intimidating... all the elements that make the GTO a timeless legend. The subtle Mayfair Maize on this hardtop gives it sophisticated first impression. This factory-correct color was expertly re-applied during the coupe's frame-off restoration to give it an amazingly deep shine. The body panels remain straight; the form-fitting rear chrome bumper is mirror-like; and the Endura front bumper continues to look correct & color-matched. So it's a terrific total package that holds up to the extra scrutiny. In fact, this one really is for those who love up-close details. For example, this real-deal Judge's stripe package looks distinctive in black from a distance. But as you get closer, detail oriented people will marvel at the white and yellow outline that makes the black really pop even more. More than just a distinct package, a powerful GTO like this has all the right intimidating pieces. The Ram Air hood scoops, large rear spoiler, and Rally II wheels with the PMD (Pontiac Motor Division) center cap reminds everyone that this Judge rules the streets. The factory-correct black bucket seat interior is quite inviting with nicely detailed seat covers that showcase the always-interesting Pontiac design motif. Plus, the wood grain paneling on the dash furthers this upscale feeling. This restored classic is meant to feel like a time machine, so even the AM radio is still cranking out tunes! You get the Pontiac three-spoke steering wheel, and just ahead of that is a tri-pod round gauge design with the speedometer prominently in the middle. Are you looking for the tach? It's out on the hood for a classic element that also provides a true head-up experience. And that goes particularly well with the Hurst T-handle shifter. One look at the 400-cubic inch V8, and you're again reminded this GTO is all about honesty and originality. It wears the correct Pontiac Turquoise paint with pride, and it sports a chrome valve covers (after all, Pontiac knew its customers would be showing off their engine bay.) Even the diaphragm around the Ram Air intake looks crisp. Best of all, this 1969-correct WS block is the original motor. It inhales deeply through a four-barrel carburetor, and the sweet rumble of the dual exhaust let's everyone know you have serious power under the hood. You have complete control over this powerhouse and its soundtrack thanks to the original Muncie four-speed manual transmission. As you pour though all the details, you're going find components that come up year-correct - and likely original. This includes everything from the heads on the motor, to the rear end. And so the result is a clean and detailed restored package that has a real eye for originality. The sale come complete with restoration photos, owner's manual, and Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) paperwork. Such a well-assembled package is surely to win awards and surely won't stay around here long. Call today!!!