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Hi there,

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.

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Ringo64

:welcomeFP:

Love that color blue! Great to hear you're the long-time owner of it 👍

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JUSTA6

Some of the BEST things in life are your old toys............

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indymanjoe

That is a nice color! Welcome aboard. Not many 16yr olds could afford todays equivalent muscle car. Glad ya kept her/him most sell and regret it later.

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TWO LANE BLACK TOP

Great looking car...Welcome to the site...

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