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Wanted 1965 or 1967 Hardtop

Looking to purchase 1967 or 1965 GTO Hardtop.
1967 must be an original Linden Green code "H" with Parchment interior car.
1965 must be an original Palmetto Green code "H" with Parchment interior car.
Finder fee will be paid for the right car.

Would prefer restore able car or prior partial/complete restoration ok.

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No love for the '66 or do you already have one?
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I love the them all!
The 2 mentioned are both ones I had and should have never sold.
I had 1967 in high school and that one would be my 1st choice.
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What level of originality are you seeking ? Are you looking for original drive train and numbers matching? What price range have you established?
These GTO's are now reaching their 50th anniversaries and this may factor into pricing and overall availability issues. Finally, have you been looking for any period of time or is this at the initial stages?
There are many knowledgeable GTO people gathered at this site and they can definitely provide substantive information for you.
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I am located in the Chicago area.
I have a collision shop & restoration facility so I am open to condition.
I would prefer solid dry car. I want to avoid basket case projects.
Numbers matching and originality a plus.
Price range will depend on the car, I am open to all levels within reason for the right car.

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