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    • This has got to be one of the funniest cartoon strips!¬† Thank you Justa6
    • I once owned a '73 Lemans Sport Coupe, back in the late 70s. Today, the colonade style A-bodies (73-77) are pretty much unloved by the aftermarket when it comes to interior and exterior parts. You are already aware that so you know you have to find a donor vehicle to get the parts you need, or find a wildly fantastic auto upholsterer to help you out. Other salvage yards to try are: Dessert Valley Auto Parts - Phoenix Arizona Mile High City - Denver Colorado CTC Auto Ranch - Denton Texas Hidden Valley Auto Parts - Maricopa Arizona Turner's Auto Wrecking - Fresno California L&L Auto Classics - Wendell Idaho Browne Auto Salvage - Sunset Texas K&K Motors - Graham Texas ¬† I also happen to know that the Pontiac Transportation Museum in Pontiac, Michigan has at least 4-5 73-76 GTOs and Lemans. What I don't know is if they are willing to sell any of their parts. You'd have to call them to see.
    • Are you going to run an ammeter in your Grand Prix? Due to the possible fire hazard of bringing that many amps into the gauge cluster, I'd convert to a volt meter instead. That is, unless you need absolute originality in a no holds barred, Texas-style, fight-to-the-finish, concours car show vehicle. Rick
    • Hi All. Hope someone out there can clarify something for me regarding the timing chain cover on a 1980 Trans AM, W72 performance package, automatic with AC. I have an original 1980 Trans AM that I have had since new. It is a Canadian car. I am in the process of removing the timing chain cover and was wondering if the Butler Performance¬†timing-cover-to-water-pump-sleeves-w-rubber-o-rings¬†will fit my cover. fitment shows that it is for 1969 to 1979. Thanks in advance. Mike
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