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Thought I would share a couple pictures from the A.E. Golden Pontiac show in Reading Pa. on Sunday. They had Jim Wangers & Dave Anderson there as guest .
Jim had a great presentation on the history of how the name "Wide-track Pontiac" came about.
Afterwards Jim was nice enough to sign a couple of our cars !
Here are a few pics of Jim signing my car & one with a few members of The SVGTOTigers club with Jim.
I was a pretty neat day for sure!

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:party: Brent!!!

For the man who was responsible for the Judge to sign it, it's is the icing on the cake.

I wish everyone could see this car, you'd be hard pressed to find many others as done as well as this one. It's a crowd pleaser and multiple award winning car.
AWESOME!!
 

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Congrats Brent!
What an awesome addition to an awesome car!

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In the fourth picture if you look closely you can see a blue 68. It seems to be overshadowed by this Judge. :rofl: :lol:! Seriously, this was a great day and hearing Jim tell his stories about the first Judge prototype to Brent was great. (I believe they used a limelight green 69 and painted it Orange) What a great show!!! :cool

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In the fourth picture if you look closely you can see a blue 68. It seems to be overshadowed by this Judge. :rofl: :lol:! Seriously, this was a great day and hearing Jim tell his stories about the first Judge prototype to Brent was great. (I believe they used a limelight green 69 and painted it Orange) What a great show!!! :cool

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In all the stories I've heard from people who have met Jim Wangers, he always comes across as a decent guy who simply loves Pontiacs, like most of us. Someday, I've got to get him to sign my car..........
 

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I've never met Jim Wangers, but I'd like to. He is a true American Icon, and has played a huge part in the developement and marketing of great high performance Pontiacs. A drag racer, a consultant, a marketing expert, and a gearhead's gearhead, he is living, breathing history. I have a friend who met him at a Pontiac event about 18 years ago, and same thing: the man is the real deal. I don't have a Judge, but he could sign my '65 or my '67 any time!!
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In the fourth picture if you look closely you can see a blue 68. It seems to be overshadowed by this Judge. :rofl: :lol:! Seriously, this was a great day and hearing Jim tell his stories about the first Judge prototype to Brent was great. (I believe they used a limelight green 69 and painted it Orange) What a great show!!! :cool

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Hey Andy, Heres a picture of that blue 68 overshadowing a sweet new G8. :lol:
Whats up with that!:D
btw Did you polish your fanbelts yet. I heard they were taking points off for faded fanbelts @ that show!
Just kidding Andy
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Hey Andy, Heres a picture of that blue 68 overshadowing a sweet new G8. :lol:
Whats up with that!:D
btw Did you polish your fanbelts yet. I heard they were taking points off for faded fanbelts @ that show!
Just kidding Andy
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:rofl: Just goes to show that Pontiac style and performance is still going strong 40 years later! :D

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