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Restoring a RAIV 70 Judge Convertible

New to this forum, great insight here. Having a RAIV 70 Judge Convertible restored and will have plenty of questions. Good to know there is a forum for GTOs.

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you will have plenty of help here, welcome to the forum...
If memory serves me well thats an extremely rare Judge, would not happen to be the bench seat column one would it...

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13 autos

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Wow, great car. Lets see some before pics. Welcome to the forum.

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@instg8er.....I believe the numbers are 12 4-speeds and 6-autos. There are 6 4-speeds that exist today. This car is the last one made and the last one found/restored. But.......I dont have a distributor.
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Yep 12 & 6 or 7 depending on the source. Did not go to the judge registry to check...memory is going...lol. Was it Black originally? Very cool car and one worthy of a show quality resto. I love the black judges...saw a Keylime Green/white top (not my first choice) last week at a show, Yuk without the stripes but WOW...those dayglow stripes made the color work.

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Very interested in following this one...


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The car is pepper green, white top, black interior. It was painted black and the top dyed black in 1975. Returning it to original colors.


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