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    • So what do you have left to do to it - LS engine swap not withstanding?
    • Dog or a strange black hole? Still waiting for the hair salon to open.    
    • I'd drive anything with a shaker hood! lol. Even a Chevy Chevette. 
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    • 1975 Pontiac Catalina $6,800! Huh. You don't see a Catalina with T/A hood scope much these days! https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/cto/d/hatboro-1975-pontiac-catalina/7213870555.html Options: Air Conditioning, Tilt Steering Wheel, Tinted Glass Customized Options: include Sunroof, functional shaker hood with a 1973-76 Trans Am shaker hood scoop, white wheels, Spinner Rally center caps and rear air shocks. Vehicle Description: This is a 1975 Pontiac Catalina 2 door hardtop. It was completely restored about 25 years ago. The 400ci big block V* engine was rebuilt at that time and has approximately 10,000 miles on it. There are no leaks and the engine starts with no smoke or funny noises. It drives, shifts-out and stops as it should. It has a mild cam and enough power to make this a fast big car. All the gauges work as they should. The body is solid and straight. The car has a new master cylinder and starter. The car also has an Edelbrock water pump and a Moroso deep aluminum transmission pan with a 1 quart capacity increase. The car has no major rust issues. The car has been garaged kept and Pa inspected since I purchased it In October 2006. I have only added approximately 2000 miles to the car over the last 14 years. The car looks great at a distance but could use new paint to bring it back to top show car condition. This former show car has a sun roof and functional shaker hood…. Complete with a 1973-1976 Pontiac Trans Am hood scoop and the drain tube routing rain water to the underside of the car. It may need a new AC compressor, as I never recharged it with Freon (old stuff) to see if the AC works. Other: The car also includes 5 original Pontiac Rally wheels, with 4 center caps and 4 wheel trim beauty rings. No trades. Serious inquires only!! Price: $6,800. Car is located in Warminster Pa. Zip code 18974. If you have questions please call and leave a message or reply via e-mail.
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