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360Rocket's 1970 GTO

2019 March
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Trimfixer

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Hi all, my name is Steve and I am from the California Bay Area. I bought my first 1965 Gto used in 1966. I had it for 6 years and decided to trade it away. I always regretted it and about 15 years ago, I went out and found another one from an original owner. It needed a full restoration which I was not able to start for 10 years. After 2 years of work, a friend and I completed the project. As the car was originally an automatic trans and 4 barrel car, I soon yerned for tri-power and a 4-speed. I found, restored and installed the tri-power 1 year ago and now I have accumulated all of the necessary parts to convert to the 4-speed. It is great to be back in a Pontiac.

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:welcomeFP:

Very nice, Goat! 

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hey, welcome! awesome car.

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welcome to the site! very sexy goat I love that color and I'm glad you got the chance to finish her, great job!

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Great looking car! Welcome to FP.

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