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Arizona Pontiac owner. Current project : 64 Tempest Custom 326

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Nice, Tempest! What's been done to it?

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really, very little. TH 350 trans and Edelbrock performer carb, American Racing wheels. It was a Sun City car (retirement area here in AZ). original owner had it garaged for 28 years. Original paint, Interior and evreything else. True Barn Find

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37 minutes ago, Tempest Dave said:

really, very little. TH 350 trans and Edelbrock performer carb, American Racing wheels. It was a Sun City car (retirement area here in AZ). original owner had it garaged for 28 years. Original paint, Interior and evreything else. True Barn Find

Ah, cool. How many miles on it?

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