Many consider 1969 to be the last of the golden years for muscle cars.
Ironically so, Pontiac decided to release their most promising GTO, The Judge.
The design of the 1969 GTO had little change from the previous year. The few changes that did occur were the removal or replacement of the emblem from several locations, and the Endura bumper was back, but this time with no optional chrome.
The Judge was standard equipped with the Ram Air III, but had the same options as the base model GTO. Also to note, the 1969 GTO “The Judge” convertible with the Ram Air IV was the most rare, having only five produced.
“The Goat” was noticing declining sales figures from stiff competition, mainly the Chevelle SS, but the image of “The Tiger” remained indestructible.
|SED 4D and 350 SED 4D||42,206|
|HTP CPE and 350 HTP CPE||84,868|
|CUST SDN 4D||9,924|
|CUST HTP SDN||12,925|
|CUST HTP CPE||34,271|
|CUST CONV CPE||3,608|
|Sportwagon 4D 2S||14,417||Total Production||216,771|
|Engine||Size||Carb.||HP||Torque||0 to 60||Quarter mile|
|V8||400||1x2bbl||265 hp||397 lb-ft||-||-|
|V8||400 ci||1x4bbl||350 hp||445 lb-ft||-||-|
|Ram Air III||400||1x4bbl||366 hp||445 lb-ft||-||-|
|Ram Air IV||400 ci||1x4bbl||370 hp||445 lb-ft||-||-|
- 3-Speed Manual
- 4-Speed Manual
- Turbo Hydra-Matic
- 4-Speed Close Ratio Manual
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