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post #31 of 36 (permalink) Old Jun 12th, 17, 3:01 AM
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So Had my 1969 GTO over at the local Chassis Dyno to have it dailed in.
Love the GTO's. Would you mind posting a pic or two?
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post #32 of 36 (permalink) Old Jun 12th, 17, 12:52 PM Thread Starter
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Love the GTO's. Would you mind posting a pic or two?
Will do, but it's nothing to look at yet. Still in epoxy Primer, interior is all but done, need hood, Paint and Vinyl top, stainless/chrome and It'll be respectable. Body is mostly done. Drive train is done for now.
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Will do, but it's nothing to look at yet. Still in epoxy Primer, interior is all but done, need hood, Paint and Vinyl top, stainless/chrome and It'll be respectable. Body is mostly done. Drive train is done for now.
Andy, Love it! Very cool. The hideaways look awesome. One of my best friends I've known since kindergarten has a '68 in about the same shape, so, they have a special place with me. I'd be tempted to keep the appearance as is. Any engine shots? Look forward to see what she does at the track.
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Andy, Love it! Very cool. The hideaways look awesome. One of my best friends I've known since kindergarten has a '68 in about the same shape, so, they have a special place with me. I'd be tempted to keep the appearance as is. Any engine shots? Look forward to see what she does at the track.
Thanks Rod....

Yeah it's not much to look at. I painted the engine the pontiac color. I want to get a set of coated headers yet, maybe hide the MSD box and I need to make some aluminum shrouding around the Radiator..... to clean it up a bit

Nothing on the car was stock when I got it, except the rear. I sold the rear, the '66 389" and the Muncie that was in it when I got it.
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Thanks Rod....

Yeah it's not much to look at. I painted the engine the pontiac color. I want to get a set of coated headers yet, maybe hide the MSD box and I need to make some aluminum shrouding around the Radiator..... to clean it up a bit

Nothing on the car was stock when I got it, except the rear. I sold the rear, the '66 389" and the Muncie that was in it when I got it.
Andy, Thanks for posting the pics for me. The engine bay also looks great. I've had trouble getting that Pontiac metallic, green/blue to look good. My friend and I have teased each other back and forth forever about the Chevy vs. Pontiac thing, so, he would not be as amused as I am.
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OMG! I thought the goat was in a purple primer and I fell in love. Andy, btw, my homebuilt 427 took the land barge to 118.75 mph. Bit nastier cam is all.

Not running an MSD now, but when I do I have it mounted on a piece of oak up behind the battery. Hidden and cool. I concur, get that ugly red box off the inner well!
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