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360Rocket's 1970 GTO

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My car has been in the paint shop  for about two months.  These pictures from today.  A little more buffing, a little more clear, and then it gets assembled.  More details on my Facebook page.

 

https://www.facebook.com/jim.taylor.904750

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Looks awesome! How's the quality?

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So far the quality is looking excellent, but the complete car hasn't been in the sun yet.

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Looks good.  Hope it goes back together quick.

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I hope it looks this killer in the sun.  I should have it back next Tuesday.

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It sure looks purty in the garage light to me!

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Looks great!

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I brought it home today.

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Love it! Looks like good work or at least hard to see any blemishes from the pics

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No blemishes!

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You will have to issue DROOL buckets to anyone getting close to this amazing GTO.

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Absolutely beautiful, Jim! :bowdown:

I love the extra flake in the paint... very sparkly! B)

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Looks great in the sunlight. Sweet ride!

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