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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 07-27-2004, 03:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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I'll fire the first shot in this section I am a fan of the old school pontiacs and would love to hear from the "older" crowd!
My first goat was a 1965 GTO ( I really miss that car) and I'm going to build up a drag car based on the old school , just dont know what car just yet.
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I love the old GTOs. They can get pretty expensive these days!
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I love the old GTOs. They can get pretty expensive these days!


I know, I was looking for a 65 GTO and was shocked at the prices on the was is call a survivor and it was too hard to swallow.
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I love the old GTOs. They can get pretty expensive these days!
From one Old-Goat to another........

I love the classics. 1966, 389 tri-power coupled to (if my memory serves me correctly) a Borf Warner T-10.

~ Purp
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I just sold my 65 gto. Original matching number tri power 4spd a/c car. Fontaine Blue/Parchment for $34,250.....
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From one Old-Goat to another........

I love the classics. 1966, 389 tri-power coupled to (if my memory serves me correctly) a Borf Warner T-10.

~ Purp

If I'm not mistaken they had muncie 4 speeds (close ratio).

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From one Old-Goat to another........

I love the classics. 1966, 389 tri-power coupled to (if my memory serves me correctly) a Borf Warner T-10.

~ Purp[/QUOTE


If I'm not mistaken they had muncie 4 speeds (close ratio).
close and wide ratio

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I would love a '65, but I don't have the $$$ just yet.

My list of cars I want is too large that I'll probably just stick with what I already have.
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I am a big fan of the 1970 cars. I have had several, and would love to get another one, but I can't comprehend the prices, I guess I had better stick with the corvettes for now.
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I just got a 67' 400 ci 3 weeks ago drives like a dream, especially for a 18 yr old like me.
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