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Im new to the board but not new to GTO's. I currently have a 67 factory 400, 4speed, AC, power steering car that has zero rust but needs a full resto. I bought the car while on deployment to afghanistan and now im headed to korea for a year but as soon as i get back ill be doing a full frame off on it. I have the cars PHS documentation. Its a factory burgundy with red interior. I havent checked if its numbers matching or not. I got to it before someone was going to cut it up and turn it into a drag car. My father had one when i was a kid and ever since its been my dream car. This one will stay in the family.
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These are the only pictures i have of the car right now.

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Neat. And because it's an AC car, it has that great looking Soft Ray glass. Good luck with your project.
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Hello all,
Im new to the board but not new to GTO's. I currently have a 67 factory 400, 4speed, AC, power steering car that has zero rust but needs a full resto. I bought the car while on deployment to afghanistan and now im headed to korea for a year but as soon as i get back ill be doing a full frame off on it. I have the cars PHS documentation. Its a factory burgundy with red interior. I havent checked if its numbers matching or not. I got to it before someone was going to cut it up and turn it into a drag car. My father had one when i was a kid and ever since its been my dream car. This one will stay in the family.
Awesome! Love dem 67's ---- good luck with your project.

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Good luck with your project. Come home safe, and Thank you for what you do!!!! Eric



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Thanks guys! Just wish i could settle down for a bit and concentrate on it. Im a big time do it myselfer. This is my current project which is just about finished.
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Some of you may think its ridiculous but its just meant to go fast in the sand. This was all done by myself and a friend in the course of 3 weeks.

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i'm liking that sand buggy, can't wait to see what you do with the GOAT, keep us posted and a heartfelt "Thank You" for your service, get home safe and fast so you can have some fun with your Pontiac.

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Ok well i went and checked out the car and its definitely not a numbers matching car. It has everything for a manual trans shifter and pedal assembly but has a th350. So with that being said im doing a Rest-o-mod with a LS3/6speed swap. Not sure what rear-end it has either, all i know is that its a 10-bolt cant see stamping anywhere. Im gonna do a 9" anyways so when i figure out what the old one actually is someone may want a rearend?
Current engine Block codes
Pass. side front of block near head and intake cant make out the first number its either a 6,C,0 followed by 315175 with YX below
Pass. side front of block towards the bottom 237109831
Heads 4X
Intake 525355
Not sure what its out of but i know its not a '67 maybe somone has alittle more insight

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NICE '97!!!!

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NICE '97!!!!

Chevy motor in a Toyota 4Runner?
Yea 500hp pushes 40 inch tires alot better than 170hp plus i cant get a asian v6 to lope like an american v8. I like making things better than the factory unless its worth alot more as factory.
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