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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

2019 August
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Name is Fred and I have owned (paid $500.00) my 1965 Pontiac Catalina convertible for 38 years. Was my daily driver way back when, but now is a occasional driver. After raising three kids and sending to college, the Catalina has been on the back burner for many years. She is still drivable, but many issues do exist. Now resiliently retired maybe I'll get the time to give her much needed tender loving care.  Looking forward to seeing and reading about other awesome Pontiac.

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:welcomeFP:

Give her some love and she'll come back to life ;) 

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If you've got the money, that's a great year.

 

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great looking car. and $500?

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Very nice 65, go for it, you can have a lot of fun doing it. I love the back ground, goes great with the car. I wish I could find places like that were I live.

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It's been awhile since I've been on here. Much has changed from then with my Catalina. Been painted, new custom interior, both bumper straightened and chromed, disc brakes in the front, new rims/tires and the list goes on and on. These are not the new rims and tires and bumper are not on at this time. I will get a few other (more updated) picture in a few days and add them. 

Still learning this site too, :)

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Lookin great!

Let us know if you have any questions on our site. Can use the Contact Us button at the bottom of every page to reach out :) 

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Got radiator back from shop after rodding and flushing. Ready to reinstall. 

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Way cool interior. Nice work.

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Thank you. It was my sons vision / creation. 

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