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One-of-One 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge drop-top set to cross the auction block

Car auctions always have some interesting product to show off. Hell, I'm going to have to pick up my Boss '9 at one somewhere down the road, but that's beside the point. The one-of-one Pontiac GTO Judge convertible seen here is about to hit the block in a few weeks at Mecum's St. Charles Auction and here's a little something about it.

It's a triple-black 1969 GTO Judge convertible it truly is been documented - by way of the Pontiac Historical Society, no less - as a certainly one of a kind vehicle out of 108 Judge convertibles constructed in the huge 6-nine.

Riding on redlines, this mack daddy comes with a Ram Air III-equipped four hundred-cubic inch (6.6-liter) V8 placing down 366 horsepower through a 4-pace tranny. Its option list consists of a wooden rim guidance wheel, Rallye gauges, a hood-set up tachometer (these need to return back, aerodynamics and legibility be damned), and an eight-music player.

For cost's sake, the car's been through a whole recovery with almost all NOS (New Old Stock) elements and has 0 miles on it considering the fact that.

Man, I experience like I need to head haze a few freshman just writing about this. Anyone got a case of beer and a paddle?

By Phil Alex

Link: Mecum

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