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stratman

'69 Judge Mini-Me

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This '69 Judge was built from a '95 Sunfire. This article is a couple of years old, but I first learned of it today... so if its been posted before, well dang then!



http://www.hotrod.com/cars/featured/hppp-1303-1995-pontiac-sunfire/


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Looks like Quebecers are good for something after all


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I remember this article from a few years back. See, it is possible to turn a FWD car into a RWD car. It just takes lots of time, money, and patience. With that LS motor, I'll bet power to weight is awesome.


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That is very interesting. What is it registered as a Sunfire or a GTO? :lol:


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Lotta work. But a great ride.


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If it still carries the Sunfire VIN #, so I would expect it is registered as a Sunfire.


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I saw that car in person in Norwalk it was pretty interesting and very cool. Pontiac could have built that lol


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