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1970 goat almost finished

Hello all...this is my first post here. I have a 1970 GTO convertible that is almost done being restored. The body, interior, and exterior are done pretty much. Only thing left to do is finish some mechanical stuff. My father had it before and put it in storage in the late 90s and never got around to finishing it. After i got it, i had it pulled from storage and am planning to have it done by spring. Only problem is that the guy who was working on it is not sure what was left to finish it and i have no clue. Any advice? thanks and cheers
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get a competent tech to go thru and tell you where you stand and by the way damn nice car
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If it doesn't run or drive that would be the first place to start.
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Very nice car

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Thanks...when my father bought it in Iowa during the mid-late 70s, it was a Judge clone. Obviously, the car was/is being restored to the original GTO it was when it came off of the assembly line. Either way, my goal is to have it running by spring
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Good luck with the project.

A knowledgeable tech will start you in the right direction.

Sweet car.
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