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It's been in progress for 1.5 years but my frame off restoration of my '66 GTO IS done. I know I am a little biased but I think it turned out really nice. The fresh Marina Turquoise paint looks amazing. All new suspension, powder coated frame, freshly rebuilt original 389 tri power engine, all The shiny stuff rechromed or replaced, new redlines........ This is the car I wanted in high school.
 

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Love that color too. Good Job!!!!!!!!! You might have to run over to the GTOAA Regional All Pontiac show in Pontiac Illinois on September 20-21 to show it off!!!!!!!!
 

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Hey, it was great to meet you at Good Guys, and yes, that is a beautiful car. So did you pin stripe it or leave it alone? Matt
 

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Hey, it was great to meet you at Good Guys, and yes, that is a beautiful car. So did you pin stripe it or leave it alone? Matt
Matt, Nice to meet you and talk cars. Still thinking about the pinstripe. A few more minor things to get done. Will be getting it "dyno'd" to dial in the carbs. Will be interesting to see how it "pulls" after the rebuild.
 

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Beautifully done. :thumbsup:






Love the color and the redline/Ralley I's, but the hubcap/whitewalls look is awesome, especially on a tripower, fourspeed GTO!!
 

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Beautifully done. :thumbsup:






Love the color and the redline/Ralley I's, but the hubcap/whitewalls look is awesome, especially on a tripower, fourspeed GTO!!
Have had Rallye 1's, whitewalls with full caps, redlines with beauty rings and "poverty caps", and Keystone Classics with white letter tires. They all seem to look pretty good.......just different. It's amazing how much you can change the look in a short period with a change of wheels!
 

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