1-of-108 1969 GTO Judge convertibles built for worldwide production in '69, 1-of-29 with an automatic transmission and the only one ever produced in "triple green" ever built! A real 1-of-1!
Originally built at the Baltimore plant, this '69 GTO "Judge" Convertible was shipped to Bowan McLean Motorcar Company in Vancouver BC on April 22, 1969. The particular example is powered by its original numbers matching engine (L74) and a date correct 1969 GTO Judge 3-speed THM 400 transmission (M40). This GTO "Judge" chassis #0503 was first owned in British Columbia, Canada by it's original owner where it remained until 2004. Sold into the US in 2004, #0503 would later be auctioned off at Barrett Jackson Scottsdale in 2007.
Chassis #0503 is fully documented with PHS papers and a copy of the original GM build sheet! The heads are marked with casting #48 as correct for Ram Air III dated March 18, 1969. The intake manifold is stamped with casting #9794234 as correct for Ram Air III dated March 13, 1969. The engine block is stamped with casting #9790071 as correct for Ram Air III dated April 1, 1969. Casting #0650701 is the stamped engine unit number internally by GM during assembly. The block is stamped with casting "YZ" for Ram Air III with automatic transmission. The final block casting is #29B170503 indicating a 1969 Pontiac assembled in the Baltimore plant and matching the VIN!
This immaculate "triple-green" '69 GTO "Judge" has been the recipient of a full frame-off restoration, correct, down to the T-3 headlamps, shocks, and engine ID tags. The original 400-cid, 366-HP V8 Ram Air III engine has been ratained as well as the original options including the three-speed automatic transmission (M40), console with shift selector (D55), Posi-traction rear end (G80), 3.55:1 gear ratio (H02), handling package (Y96), power disc brakes (JL2), electric windows (A31), door edge guards (B93), remote side mirror (D33), bucket seats, tilt steering column (N33), factory radio (U63), factory rear speaker (U80), power top, Rally gauges, Rally II wheels, redline tires (PY7), and last but not least, the Judge package (WT1). Present are all correct chalk markings, factory stampings, and correct tags (not reproduction). This Judge has travelled a little over 6,000 miles since restoration!
Chassis #0503 was qualified, accepted, and entered into the Cobble Beach Concours d'Elegance in 2016 where it was presented with a 1st place ribbon and trophy!
Don't miss out on this extremely rare opportunity to own one of the rarest, most desirable muscle cars ever produced!