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Debbie Harris's 1969 Grand Prix

2022 September
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Just bought my dream car last week. It is now at my mechanic's getting a tune up (where these photos where taken. Not the best quality but my insurance company was asking for them so they could insure it as a classic car). I bought it from its original owner who took really good care of it. 1984 T/A. After it's out of the shop, I will be sending it to a local detailer. The interior needs a cleaning and the outside needs a shining. The interior is in good shape just a little dirty from everyday use.



The engine is not original. The 305 went bad so he replaced it with a custom made 350 EFI and a 400 turbo with a shift kit. Needless to say, it is probably more car than I will ever need but it's sure fun.



My friend asked me "What kind of gas milage does it get?" My reply was "When you own a muscle car, Michelle, you don't think about your gas mileage" LOL!




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Nice find, congrat's. Welcome to FP.


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:welcomeFP:



Nice '84 with the Aero package and T-Tops to boot. Great looking 3rd gen.

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Have to update this thread. I was only guessing at the miles because I could only see half the odometer. SOmething had fell down in front of it and when my mechanic got in there come to find out it was a piece of paper. (?????. Weird!) The car actually only has 22,000 on it. The previous owner is a friend of mine and he said the odometer has never rolled over. The car was not a daily driver. Just a toy for the weekends.

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