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onetrick56's 1964 Grand Prix

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Looking good. Hagerty Barn Find Hunter brought an old ford back to life with similar paint issues.  If you car had a vinyl roof and the trim is still in-place you could paint the roof in a stain to mimic vinyl look. I don't know about '64 but in '66 you could get a painted roof as opposed to vinyl but it would be in gloss. Just a thought.  Cheers.

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Hi Sprint, sorry about the late reply (I'm still lucky enough to have a job and just got back from 2 weeks away.)

I never even considered a painted roof as an option. That GTO looks great in that combo. I love the way the GP has that flowing hardtop rear sheetmetal and I think I'll keep it in one colour so that the flowing lines continue to, um, flow.

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