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1973 GTO update with pics

After several months of having the car, finally drug it over to my Buddy's where the serious work began Saturday. Getting ready to drop the tranny and put in new brake lines for starters, so we can roll it around a little better. Then we'll be starting with refreshing the whole drivetrain hopefully before winter sets in.

The under side is impressively clean for being a 45 yo michigan car, but its still got a some issues. Found a some inner fenders for it I'll pick up sometime.

Anyone know of any good driveshaft guys around MI? The one in this needs some love...
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I realize this is an older post, but, there used to be a place that rebuilds drive shafts in Lansing in was near the Lug nut Stadium, not sure if the shop is still there, havenít been there in years, we used to build lifted trucks snd there was times we needed them lengthened or they was just wore out to the point of just s complete rebuild or a balance, and he was very good. What exactly is wrong with yours ?
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