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Old 05-10-2020, 09:04 PM
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Default Survivor Low mile Judge on ebay

Anyone here familiar with this car?

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Pontia...IAAOSwWGpeuHCG

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Old 05-13-2020, 06:28 AM
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Very cool! Not sure it proves the theory that CR 69 had red oxide bottom.

Many interesting items to behold.

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Old 05-14-2020, 01:30 AM
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i 'think' they were talking about (R) Arlington cars being red-oxide underside ...
it was hard to tell what anyone meant specifically on that matter. imo

Also folks should note the placement of engine VIN on this Atlanta built car.
They were doing that in 69 and 70 , perhaps more.
Not the typical timing cover parallel position
- Framingham did this some as well (non-typical location)

I am a little surprised it has a 28273 carb at the point it was built.
Maybe Atlanta didn't build their estimated allotment of Pattern Cars and had some of the early stuff still lagging in inventory.
Casting dates on block/heads/intake would be good to know.

VERY cool car
but don't think it had as much time stored in garages & barns as indicated.
Looks like it spent a LOT of time outside in the past.

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Old 05-14-2020, 12:22 PM
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This was the first time I heard the 69 CR Judge had red oxide in link below. Yet others who have had a few survivors don’t agree with red oxide claim either...

http://forums.maxperformanceinc.com/...=839749&page=2

Not sure that aged blue metallic looks that blue? But, lighting could effect it?

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Old 05-19-2020, 12:55 PM
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It went to $34,850 with reserve met , but was relisted short time later.
says that Deadbeat Buyer had no money.
Relisted for 34,999.99 and no reserve

https://www.ebay.com/itm/1969-Pontia...IAAOSwWGpeuHCG


He has some other interesting cars listed too

https://www.ebay.com/sch/fasthemi05/...p2047675.l2562

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Seller claimed deadbeat buyer, but relisted the Judge in less than 24 hours?

Hmmm, I smell a rat.

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Seller claimed deadbeat buyer, but relisted the Judge in less than 24 hours?

Hmmm, I smell a rat.
Yep, nobody outbid their shill bidder.

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If it was closer where I could see it I might have taken a shot at it.Seems way better than the one I had as far as drive train.Tom

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Personally I think the car is a rat I'm not seeing what u guys are. Looks like a beat up car to me. Guy local to me just bought an original black 69 judge with original paint and a white interior for 35 grand that puts this to shame

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Am I not seeing right or is the engine the wrong color?

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Wrong color. Looks like 59-65 Robin Egg Blue
Pedal wear looks way way beyond 31,000

All in All , its a 1 piece car with original drivetrain , that runs and drives.
Cool old car, not sure where i would pin the value if i owned it and were selling it.
Guessing probably at least 25 maybe 30

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wonder if the seller will allow some one to look at it in person.

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Personally I think the car is a rat I'm not seeing what u guys are. Looks like a beat up car to me. Guy local to me just bought an original black 69 judge with original paint and a white interior for 35 grand that puts this to shame
I remember there was a guy on here about 10 years ago that bought a survivor orbit orange judge that ran and drove for $15k.

I never even see another judge around here, let alone a smokin deal like black/white for $35k, wow.

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Old 05-21-2020, 09:58 AM
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It sold.... The seller was a member of the local chicago area pontiac GTO club.

I sold a few cars through ebay a few years ago. did pretty good for a short while. then I got fraudulent bidders over and over. I would re post a new add and sometimes 2-3 times fruadulent bidders would ruin the deal. Ruined the value of my vehicles and how Ebay handles it left me with bad feelings towards them. never sold through e bay again. very rarley do I buy through them.

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The thing we noticed most about eBay years ago is the First Time is the charm.
Re-listings always go flat from that point.

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