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Old 06-10-2022, 04:13 AM
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Default '67 #s 360hp 400/4-sp GTO, 1 Family Owned

Neat car ordered with the HO 400, 4-speed, and an interesting color combination. Some careful detailing and replacing aftermarket parts would have this one looking great with a few weeks of work.

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Old 06-10-2022, 02:33 PM
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Neat car, was a stunner when new. Another late 06D Fremont car, built the same week as mine.
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Wow, that's gonna be a prize for some lucky person. Love the previous license plate shown with the old interior pieces...."NAM PD4", i.e., his service in Vietnam paid for the car
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I always liked those particular wheel covers. Anyone know why the knock-off style spinner was allowed on these but the '67 Corvettes could no longer have it?
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Love that red interior with the wood steering wheel.
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