While the term supercar extends back to the early 1920s, the word actually rose to prominence during the muscle car era. Magazines like Hot & Rod, Speed & Supercar as well as Car Craft generally described anything with a big block as a supercar. Thus, with great pleasure we can now show off this 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge.
Much of the GTO Judge story is familiar to any GM fan, but this car is quite an exception to the norm. Fitted with the more potent Ram Air IV package, this convertible is only one of five fitted with a manual transmission. Add in the covered headlight option and a black on black paint scheme, this might be the most desirable Pontiac in existence and one that could be worth upwards of $1,000,000 USD.
And that’s just what RM Auctions would prefer us to say. They will offer this GTO Convertible as part of the complete Milton Robson Collection. This and 55 other muscle cars will be offered in Gainesville, Georgia on November 13th. If anyone lives in the area, please give us a shout, we would love to get images from the sale.