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Debbie Harris's 1969 Grand Prix

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   Hello fellow Pontiac enthusiasts, Just wanted to drop a line an introduce myself and my baby. Recently (finally) purchased a 1976 Grand Prix with the factory sunroof and 400/th400.  One of my all time favorite Pontiac faces on her! Going to restore her while driving to the factory. Hopefully, I can draw from y'alls experience when it comes to the specifics that I don't know yet... and I'll help out whenever I can. Gonna try and have her ready enough to make it to goodguys....??


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Sweet project! Welcome to FP.


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:welcome:  Glad to have you here!


I love those big mid-seventies GP's with their "you talkin' to me?" kind of swagger! The first thing you will want to do (if you haven't already) is send your VIN to PHS (Pontiac Historic Services). They will send you a copy of the original factory invoice showing all the options it was born with, which factory it was built, and what dealer it was shipped to... well worth the money.


 


http://www.phs-online.com/services.htm


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Welcome to FP and the madness.  :welcomeFP:


 


 


stratman is correct about getting your PHS documentation. It is well worth having..


 


Which Goodguys show are you trying to go for? The big one in Columbus?


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Thank y'all for the hospitality ! Yeppir, hoping to make Columbus, and thanks much for the PHS info as well fellas. Had no idea that that was so readily available. I know it came out of West Virginia, but not much else. It's been a bit of a search to find an ASC replacement sunroof but I think I made strides today! Stratman, you hit it in regards to the attitude of the 70's pacial expressions... ha ha. Just glad the waterfall is in great shape. I've seen so many beautiful ponchos on here already, reminds me of road trips growing up as a kid... these cars were everywhere...


 


Thanks again y'all


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