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Steve Morris' 1967 GTO

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Hey guys, so I bought a 68 lemans with virtually 0 rust. I believe its down to the red factory primer. Has sat in Colorado for many many years. Its being delivered to me in a few weeks and am trying to get any advice and wisdom I can before it shows up. Will be a project to restore with my 3 boys. So any help with do's and dont's would be great. 

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What are your plans going to be for restoring? Show room condition? Cruiser? Drag racer?

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Welcome to FP.  Engine, drivetrain and suspension 1st.  These area's will bring out a host of hidden problems that can be solved as you go. Also a running moving ride is much easier to work on (even if you have lots of PUSHING power with the boys)  LMAO.  Most of all, enjoy every minute of being with your kids. They will remember this project forever.  They are the future of saving/restoring our past.  Rock on guy's!!!  :driving:    We love pic's, so keep us up on the project.

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I'm trying to find out what transmission is it the car. I believe its a st300? I know its a 2 speed. 

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