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  1. tekuhn
    12-10-2013 01:33 PM
    Hi there - Congratulations on the '70 Judge. I recently bought a '70 Judge project as well. It was missing the original powertrain, but came with a '69 WS engine and correct M20 transmission. My car is Baja Gold with Saddle interior and still has the original paint and stripes. It's pretty worn, but nearly rust free. I noticed that you obtained NOS fenders with your purchase and I assume you plan to use them on your restoration. My car has a replacement front left fender from a donor car that is in horrible shape. It looks like someone took a baseball bat to it. I would really be interested in your old fender if available and not too rusty. I'd like to avoid a reproduction fender if possible. I am in the parts gathering stage at this point and not in a big hurry for anything. Please let me know if you think you might have your old fender available. Thanks! Tom Kuhn, Midland, TX

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    1968 GTO
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    1970 GTO Judge
    RA-III, 4-SPD & A/C. Power Windows, Power Seat, Power Brakes, Steering, AM/FM, 8-Track, Formula Wheel, Rallye Gauges, Remote Mirror, Numbers Matching. Assembled at Pontiac, MI Plant 5/26/1970.

    1968 GTO
    461 CI, RA-III heads, Hotchkis springs, UMI suspension, Bilstein shocks, 12-bolt 3.73's.

    1966 GTO Ragtop
    4-Speed, AM/FM, Original driveline.


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