Matador Red with white inteior, chrome five-spoke wheels. Also has hood tach and hidden headlights. Chase car seats will be painted Matador Red, with regular white seats.
In 1956 a man named John Z. De-Lorean joined the Pontiac team; he became the chief of engineering in 1961. He decided to build himself a personal car. He used the Tempest body and dropped a 326 in it and used a Hurst shifter. This wound up becoming very popular--so Pontiac decided to make it a production car in 1964. They called it the Pontiac GTO.
The GTO was an inexpensive car with a big block engine that put out a lot of horse power. Car enthusiasts went wild. In response, other car manufacturers had to compete and therefore began to produce musclecars. 1969 was the first year for "The Judge", a popular $332 option named after a skit on the "Laugh-In" TV program. Besides a wing, wheel, stripe and decal package, buyers also were treated to a Ram Air III 400 along with a Hurst controlled three speed manual transmission and a heavy duty suspension.
*Color info is deemed accurate but not guaranteed.