1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Drag Car Racing @ Memphis, In Car Video
Some old school VHS camcorder in car footage of 1/8 mile passes I made at Memphis Motorsports Park back in 1990. Stock bore and stroke 455, 850 Holley, all motor, 5000 TCI Stall, TH400, 9" Ford with 4:10 gears. Car is setup to run the 1/4 mile. On the second time trial I'm running the dragster you see in the still picture before the video. I tried to tree him but was a little early, note how easily he drives away from me. We've probably got about the same power but he's at least 1200 lbs lighter, must be nice!
Epic GTO Judge Spinning thru the gears!
GTO Judge RA 400 lighting them up and click the link to find out the
history of this incredible car!
SOUTHEASTERN DRAGWAY 1968
This Video was taken by Hugh Greeson at Southeastern Dragway, Dallas,
Georgia in 1968. There are a lot of the "big" names in Southern drag racing
at this race. This track held it's last race in 2005.
1966 Pontiac GTO Drag Car - #93 NDY - Gateway Classic Cars - Indianapolis
For sale is a one-owner 1966 Pontiac GTO Drag Car located in our
Indianapolis showroom. This "true" GTO, four speed car was originally
purchased back on February 21st, 1966 by its current owner and was driven
on the street until about 1970. They only put roughly 10,000 miles on the
car before it was turned into a dedicated drag car. Since 1970, this car
has only seen time on the drag strip and has sported a few different looks
in its 48 year history. The current build on this car was professionally
completed about 10 years ago. The new full roll cage and back half with
ladder bars and coil over suspension was installed locally by Automotion
Racecars. This 1966 Pontiac GTO Drag Car is powered by a monstrous
Chevrolet 468 CID Big Block V8 engine, backed by a Powerglide 2-speed
automatic transmission, running to a Ford 9" rear end with 4.86 gears with
about 100 1/8 mile passes on the build. The 468 CID Big Block sports a
Lunati Crankshaft, Eagle Rods, 12.5 to 1 Compression Ross Pistons, Cam
Dynamics Roller Cam, MSD Billet Distributor, Electric Moroso Water Pump,
Hooker Super Comp Headers, Weiand Aluminum High Rise Intake, Barry Grant
Dominator Carburetor, MSD 7AL2 Ignition system, and Closed Chamber
Aluminum Heads from a 1968 427CID/425HP Corvette! The transmission is a
built up 2-speed Powerglide automatic transmission with an 8", 5,000 stall
torque converter, trans brake, and an electronically controlled ratchet
shifter. The Ford 9" rear end houses Strange Spool and Axles with 4.86
gears. This car leaves hard from the line, heading straight down the track
and consistently hits elapsed times in the 6.20's in an 1/8 mile run!
Options on this 1966 Pontiac GTO Drag Car for sale include: 5-Point RCI
Safety Harness, Racing Slicks, Aluminum Alloy Wheels, 4-Wheel Disc Brakes,
Dedenbear Super Cross-Over Reaction Time Delay Box, Trans Brake, and Front
Brake Line Lock. Giving you the traction you need in this beast are
Goodyear Eagle Dragway Special racing slicks measuring 32.0/14.5/15 wrapped
around Weld Racing Wheels. Up in the front are Firestone 4.5/26.0/15
"skinny's" also wrapped in Weld Racing Wheels. Helping slow you down at the
end of the track are 4 Piston Wilwood Disc Brakes on all four corners. The
exterior was adapted with weight being a concern so fiberglass doors, hood,
trunk lid, and bumpers were added to trim some weight. The front clip can
also be removed as one piece with the removal of a few bolts. The gorgeous
red exterior paint was done at the time of restoration and shows very well,
so much so that it won "Best Appearing Super Pro Door Car" at the 1997
Division 3 E.T. Finals! If you are looking for one of the best looking,
turn-key drag cars out there, THIS IS IT! To view this 1966 Pontiac GTO
Drag Car in greater detail, including a high def video, please visit
www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Indianapolis showroom. For more
information please call (317)688-1100.
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1969 Pontiac GTO Judge, 625 hp 455, 10 sec. Drag Race Car
This is a short video with some of the best clips from my other GTO videos.
If you want more details about the car, it's construction and evolution,
check out my first/oldest GTO video (its 7:02 long). I hope you enjoy this
video and Thanks for watching.
1971 GTO vs 1969 GTO Judge
My Dad takes his try in his 71 goat at Grand Bend motorplex on sept 11
2010. Loss of traction and engine problems gave him a time of 14.9s The 69
goat turned 13.3.
Pontiac GTO--Chicago Cars Direct HD HD
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1969 Pontiac GTO Street Machine "JudgeMENTAL"
The 1969 Pontiac GTO Street Machine...JudgeMENTAL...Built as a tribute to
the original GTO Judge...Indy Street Rods & Classics had to be careful not
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69 GTO Judge Drag Car Pictures & Video
This is the GTO I built and raced between 1984 and 1992. Anyone know where
it is? I sold it to a guy in Memphis TN when it got to the point that you
couldn't be competitive without a trans break and delay box.
The picture of the baby blue 68 Tempest is how it was when I bought it from
a guy named Lowel in central FL. The Dorn Brothers in Sanford did the body
work and awesome Orbit Orange paint. Ken Wells built the TH400. I built
the engine and rear end etc. The car weighed 3500 lbs with driver. Best
ET/Speed: 1/4 mile 10.36/132mph, 1/8 mile (set up for the 1/4)
6.55/103mph, 1.48 sec. 60 foot. This is the first and only Pontiac I ever
built. It was a stock bore and stroke 455 with cast rods and crank. "62"
D-port heads, measured 11.2:1 compression ratio using TRW forged flat top
pistions. Torquer intake, 850 Holley. Crower mechanical cam. TCI 5000
stall 8" converter. 9" Ford with 4.10 gears, Strange spool and axels.
Shifts were at 5500 rpms and it went through the 1/4 mile traps at 6200
rpms. The rear tires were 14 x 33 MT (I hated the MT's, Firestones and
Goodyears hooked better). I fabricated the headers from a Headman Hustler
(flat collector) kit and they were worth .2 sec off the ET.
The first time out, I had $5000 in the car and ran in the 10's off the
trailer with a Quadrajet. By the time I sold it, I had better than twice
the money in it and had tuned 6/10th off the ET. I raced it all over FL,
GA and TN and had only good times with great friends. Like they say, a bad
day at the track is better than a good day at work. Hopefully I'll find
some of the in car videos from Memphis where it carried the front tires 3"
in the air, 6 feet out, remember, this was old school, foot breaking it.