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Three years ago my son and I drove to Nebraska to buy my first GTO. I was specifically looking for a 70-72, green project that wasn’t going to break the bank. We had a great time. The car turned out to be more work than I anticipated but it’s getting closer to paint and may see the road this year. When I get done more time I’ll start a build thread. I have tons of pictures on my Instagram page also. I use the same name on Instagram.
Just introducing myself as a new member. I have attached a picture of my 1967 GTO just after picking it up from the paint and body shop where I had the new paint done. I bought this car when I was 16 off the showroom floor. I wanted something different than the Mustangs and Chevelles that everyone else had. This GTO was it. Still love to get out and drive it although I don't drive it as much as I did in the early years.
That's the short story. Look forward to hearing from others.
So I am replacing my engine which was originally 8305 was swap to a 350, but instead of having someone else rebuild it I was going to buy a new one put it in and learn how to rebuild the current 350 in my own spare time. My question is is An old350 Just an old 350 or is that your specific because of the mounting set up? Because I’m finding a lot of good set up’s four 1980 Chevy/Pontiac and older. So can anybody point Me to a direction that can tell me if my car is compatible with any other year of Chevy/ Pontiac years?
By Sweet Broccoli
I just noticed this loose-feeling wire and electrical connector on my 71 Lemans, and I don't know what component it goes to. It's on the passenger side under the hood, right in front of the wipers.
My windshield washer isn't working atm, so I'm thinking this could have something to do with that.
Thanks for any help!