1969 GTO Judge
1969 GTO Judge
This 1969 GTO Judge is a numbers matching Ram Air III 366 HP 400 engine and drivetrain, and yes, the silver paint on this 1969 GTO Judge is correct from the factory! It’s equipped with a turbo hydra-matic transmission, power brakes, power steering, correct Palladium Silver paint with black interior, bucket seats and center console, in-dash clock, hood tachometer, and PHS documentation.
Mecum Auctions listed this 1969 GTO Judge and this is what they said: Pontiac was a brand synonymous with high performance and maximum style when in 1968 the division unleashed a GTO known as The Judge as a 1969 model. The Pontiac that got its name from a television comedy show skit was not just an appearance package and could lay the gavel with a high 13-second quarter-mile at more than 100 MPH with a 0-60 time of just more than 6 seconds. This 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge is backed up by Pontiac Historic Services documentation and will be offered without reserve.
Fully functional dual Ram Air hood scoops feed the single 4-barrel Rochester carburetor on top of a 400-cubic-inch Ram Air III Pontiac V-8 engine that was factory rated for 366 horsepower at 5,100 RPM and 445 lb-ft of torque at 3,600 RPM with a 10.75:1 compression ratio. The engine is backed up by a Hydra-Matic automatic transmission. A fresh set of BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires on Pontiac Rally II wheels and a new steel gas tank make for confident road control and clean fuel supply. Power steering and power brakes with new wheel cylinders help The Judge rule the road with authority.
The Judge GTO is painted into its factory-correct Palladium Silver color and topped with the famous decal and stripe package that calls out its Ram Air V-8 performance. A pair of concealed headlamps lurk behind the Endura nose, a hood-mounted tachometer gives the driver a view on ongoing engine revolutions and a 60-inch-wide rear deck spoiler adds style and downforce. The black interior features bucket seats with center shift console and in-dash clock. Under the factory radio is a contemporary AM/FM/CD player for when the soundtrack from the dual exhaust needs musical accompaniment.