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onetrick56's 1964 Grand Prix

2020 September
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I'm the proud owner of a '66 GTO that my father and I restored together when I was a kid. He recently turned the keys over and now it's all mine!

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Congrats on the goat! Anything done to it?

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Body and engine were done in the early 90's so it's about a 30 year old restoration, but is still in great shape. Engine was freshened up last summer and a Holley Sniper EFI was installed. It has a re-built 400 in it but we still have the original 389 in my Dad's garage. Looking to add disc brakes in the future. Attached is a pre-restoration picture/

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We like pic's...thankz for sharing. Welcome to the site.  Beautiful GTO.:indian:

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