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gscherer78ta's 1978 Trans Am

2019 February
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New on this site , but not to cars. Been building since the 70's. Just recently purchased a 1966 Grand Prix. Needs a lot of work and always looking to pick the brains of others about their experiences and problems and how they fixed them.


Anyone know where I can get a rear deck filler panel for this car?


Glad to be here!


Reid


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:welcomeFP:



Looks like she'll be a nice project ;)


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Nice looking car. As for the filler panel check out Original Parts group. They do have panels for your car they may carry if. If not call Desert Valley Auto parts they should be able to cut a good one out for you.


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Welcome FP. Nice project.


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i like that body style. and welcome.


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:welcome: Love those mid 60's big Pontiacs! Your GP is a beautiful diamond in the rough and can't wait to watch the progression of your restoration.

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