Old 08-31-2022, 10:58 AM
Mcronk Mcronk is offline
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Default Sell/Trade for a 69-70 Judge

So I put one of my cars up for sale and used the typical Pontiac Facebook sites. I scan BAT, Hemmings, and the new Haggerty Marketplace (look for these guys to really ramp up their site/business). BAT just amazes me at how much money people bid on a car they don't see in person or get a test ride/drive, as well as how unknowledgeable a lot of the bidders are.

Anyway my motivation for selling/trading is to finally get a car I always wanted. Should have done it years ago but always felt they were too much money. Today they are way too much money but my "time" to own and enjoy one is getting smaller. I am looking for a 69 Judge. I have owned over 36 Pontiacs and one OO 70 Judge RA IV 4 speed (long story but bought it with a blown engine in the mid 80s). I would also consider a 70 Judge. Colors I like are Carousel Red, Warwick Blue, Crystal Turquoise, Liberty Blue for 69. For 70 I like Cardinal Red, Mint Turquois, Orbit Orange, and possibly Atoll Blue or Palomino Copper. Prefer a 4 speed and Parchment interior, hidden headlights, hood tach. Yeah I know I am being picky and there are tons of other folks out there looking for the same. However this will be my only Judge and will share a spot with my 67 GTO HO 400 I have had for 30 plus years (NMCA Stock ET Champion), and 68 RA II 4 speed GTO.

Two other cars I have are potential trade or sell vehicles to obtain the Judge. One recently was awarded Gold at 2022 GTOAA in Concours Modified my 68 Tempest Custom. The other is my 72 SJ GP survivor with 78k miles and one repaint. I am not looking for a concours car as I will drive it some. However it must be the real deal and correct. Cars with their original drivetrains are rare but any car I would be interested in should have a correct drivetrain or very close to it (block, heads, intake, exhaust, trans, rear axle). Probably looking for something in a very high end driver to a #2 car. If anyone is interested in either of these two cars or you know someone who might, you can see more details at the video links.



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