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  1. I know I haven't really said much (mostly over on GAOC) but here goes... Apparently I bought a '95 GAGT Sedan about two years ago as a DD, 3100, yada yada yada. Most of uou know her as "Snow White". Well, the transmission decided to fail in March, so I wanted to go ahead and do a Quad 4 HO swap to it, seeing those sedans were rare from '92-'94 and nonexistent in '95. So I stripped my '95 down to a bare shell hoping I could build it, and all of a sudden there's a white wrecked '93 HO Sedan for sale in Ohio last week for parts! (Did I mention it's 1 of 719 sedans built like this in '93?) So apparently it will be here on the 18th... Until I figure everything out I kinda have two GAGT's (for now) Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk Leave it to me to forget pictures of both cars [emoji23] Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  2. Well, I guess I might as well post on this forum. I picked up a rusty 1975 Lemans a while back. It came stick with a Chevy 250 inline 6 motor. I had cleaned that motor up, needed a carb, and found a Chevy 305 cheaper than the replacement carb. So we put the 305 in and made it driveable. So now that its driveable... it only needs everything else replaced. I found some fenders on craigslist in Oregon, I live in Houston TX, and he happened to be coming to Austin so that worked out for me... except they have some minor rust issues so not that simple but still better than what I had. Its been fun to drive though. My first car was a 1976 Pontiac Lemans so it feels good to be back in one. Photos to come. Sent from my SM-G935P using Tapatalk
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