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brandyv73's 1968 Firebird

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1974 GTO

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Bought new in 1974,it is an Admiralty blue hatchback, put a 400 in, 12 1/2 compression, blew head gasket and garaged last 35 years, got a 466, Kauffman heads, ready to go, 5000 miles on the car, turbo 400, got a 12 bolt to put in, hopefully will get it started in the next month, need to hook up Pypes 3" exhaust and change gas tank. Engine has Icon pistons, Eagle crank and H beam rods, ARP studs and stainless 12 pt bolts, Crane roller hydraulic cam, Edelbrock intake, 950 Pro Systems carb, MSD ignition and wires, PRW aluminum water pump, Hooker headers, and Milodon oil pan, should be a fun ride. Retirement can be fun !

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Great lookin' Goat! Love the color

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Love that body style GTO too! Very nice ride ans super rare as well. Welcome!

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Sounds like quite the combo to make for a happy right foot! Welcome to FP

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