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onetrick56's 1964 Grand Prix

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Great looking Ponchos there GPBill! What are your plans for the GP?

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Got it stripped for a repaint in a bit brighter blue. Engine and trans have been rebuilt.

 

BTW, I had a '70 LeMans Sport convertible for 25 years.

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Look forward to hearing about your GP build!

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Welcome! Very cool project and I love the garage too.

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That's one awesome garage!

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:welcome: Ohhhh that's one cool wagon! 

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So what is the shade of blue you are painting the GP called? Is it a factory color or JUSTA a color you happen to love?

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Hey, Car Guy Garage - I may have seen your car in my email and not realized it 😀

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