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Old 05-05-2017, 05:23 PM
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Oh wow, that black/silver GT-37 is HOT!

Almost makes me forget they had gold stripes available too.....

The POCI magazine had a great article on these cars and clarified a lot of info issues that have snowballed in the past.
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Well just to update.

The BLACK T-37 Canadian car will be coming out this year. Just spoke with the current owner and he's getting some things looked at Monday. Will see this car fir the first time again since about 1985 or that range.

Will try and get some pictures too. STILL has the GT-37 emblems on the fenders, but T-37 on trunklid.
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Well went and looked at the BLACK on BLACK Canadian T-37 455 HO car. We did notice that it has a CHEVY 12 bolt rear? Not sure if this is the norm or if it was changed out some time ago.
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71 455 HO cars had chevy 12 bolt rears.
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I thought I remember a Buick guy telling me that Canadian made Buicks also had 12 bolt rears.
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