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awesome. not a car commonly seen here in the US. a pity...its a pretty sharp looking ride.

keep up the good work!
 
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tnku thanks! someday I'll throw a RB in her! >:D hasn't been primered yet, waiting for the weather to be nice and warm. and I'm having "argues" ctfgt with my paint guy
 

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Man, you've done a lot of good work so far, keep it up :D

Very cool car, too. Can't say i've ever seen one before, but I wish i had :p
 
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comes in 2 dr hardtop. called the GTX. most of them powered by 318LA's

I like the 4 doors car, is more like a "sleeper"... hehehehe and then when it's time to _-_-_ 0/ %) they end up surprised... hehehehe the "granny" car has taken another ricer! lol >:D
 
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b569rr said:
Man that's alot of nice work. Maybe I missed it but what year is it. I will guess at '69

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designed in '67 upon the '67 a frame, different sheet metal (d'oh) and was "lauched" in late 68. Kept on production up to 1981. Mine's a '77, with all 18 gage sheetmetal and 16 and even 14 in some areas. Post '77 cars had 20 gage sheetmetal, you sneeze and they rust out doh Early units are 16 gage all around and 14 reinforcements. Those are like panzers ;) but the bare bones weights 200+ pounds more... so I kinda pointed at the gap between the rustproof tank and the "used to be glorious now's rust-prone notorious".

rear lights assy are from a '68
 
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