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Wiring problems solved Pictures of my 67 GTO

Well a BIG thanks to Scott for helping me for hours on the phone locating and fixing tail light, brake light and turn signal lights problems. With out his help I do not believe I would have ever figured out the problems.. Yes more than one. Word of caution just because a wiring harness is new does not mean that it is correctly wired.

Attached are a few pictures of my 67 GTO which is a work in progress but again thanks to Scott it is closer to being completed.

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That's awesome - I remember that other post where he said to give him a call. That is just great - one thing I've learned about this passion is that the people are always willing to help each other. Doesn't matter if it's online, at a meetup, a show, or just talking to a random guy in the Home Depot parking lot - car guys are the friendliest bunch around. Hell if it weren't for my father in law I'd probably have had an electrical fire by now.

Anyway, kudos to Scott - good on you man.

I love the color of your ride! Looking good!!
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