My 1969 GTO Judge. I bid on this when it was on ebay in about March 2001. A year or so later I was surprised to see it back up for sale. The seller had out bid me at the last minute the previous year and when I contacted him we struck a deal for me to buy it this time around. It has its original motor and automatic transmission and is a power steering car. I really liked the black vinyl top because it is somewhat unusual on a GTO or Judge. Enjoy!
Anonymous on Jul 14, 2011 said:
Hello Just wanted to touch on the subject of a carousel red judge with a black vinyl top. GM didn't keep records on how many carousel red judges came with the vinyl top so know one knows for sure how many were built. Can not find but only a few pics on the internet with no information or discussion. Have you done any research on this? I also own a 69 carousel red Judge with a black vinyl top. Thanks Ron butthoo#yahoo.com[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Sep 8, 2012 said:
The only other CR/Blk top Judge that I know of is in Wisconsin. The owner posts on the Performance Years forum. IIRC, approx 17% of GTOs had vinyl tops. I don't know how that number applies to std v. Judge VINs. I bought this car because of the top, different than most of the GTOs you will see on the street.[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Jun 19, 2014 said:
I've been wondering the same as well. I have a judge with black vinyl top with under 100k miles. Anyone find the answer to how rare this is or the worth?[Reply to this comment]
Anonymous on Jan 27, 2016 said:
I too have a numbers matching judge with black Cordova top. I've been told they made anywhere from,50 -200. I'm not sure if anyone knows[Reply to this comment]
dstryr on Nov 1, 2016 said:
Wow, I don't come back to this page often so just saw the newest 2 comments.. First, lots of guys aren't fan of vinyl tops because of potential rust issues so generally having one doesn't seem to increase the value of the car. RAIV and low options are the biggest factors. Second, AFAIK, the first 2000 judges were not optioned with vinyl tops. I may be wrong on that and a question on maxperformance pontiac forum would clear it up in a heartbeat. For argument's sake, if the first 2000 were painted roof cars, then approx 17% of the remaining 4725 cars could be reasonably expected to have a vinyl top, which is the approximate ratio for all GTO production. That would translate to approx 803 vinyl top 69 Judges.
Like I said before, I bought it because it was different. Hope to start a restoration in Spring 2017.[Reply to this comment]