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 that’s been documented – by the Pontiac Historical Society, no less – as a one of a kind vehicle out of 108 Judge convertibles built in the big 6-9.
Riding on redlines, this mack daddy comes with a Ram Air III-equipped 400-cubic inch (6.6-liter) V8 putting down 366 horsepower through a 4-speed tranny. Its option list includes a wood rim steering wheel, Rallye gauges, a hood-mounted tachometer (these need to come back, aerodynamics and legibility be damned), and an 8-track player.
For value’s sake, the car’s been through a complete restoration with almost all NOS (New Old Stock) parts and has zero miles on it since.
Man, I feel like I need to go haze some freshman just writing about this. Anyone got a case of beer and a paddle?
By Phil Alex