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Old 01-09-2021, 10:41 AM
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What a great find, I'm really enjoying the pictures and education.
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So great to see cars like this still around and in the hands of good people keeping them preserved so we can see how they were as delivered.
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Old 01-09-2021, 11:15 PM
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In a motor vehicle, the word “Powertrain” comprises the main components that deliver power to the road surface.
This includes Engine, Transmission, Drive shaft, Differential and Wheels.

The use of the word Drivetrain technically leaves out the engine.
Too many people use this term when describing their car.

On to my Powertrain numbers.

I made a list of most of the components and their codes for this ‘65 once I finished the sorting.

Thanks, Chris.
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Alternator, Starter, Water pump and the AC 6550 Fuel pump were all rebuilt by the pros in those fields.

Battery cables.

I elected to keep both OEM cables with their factory numbers on the car.

Both cables had the spring rings severed and generic ends installed.

I installed a much cleaner cable end that solders on. Good for now.
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Thanks for all the great pictures
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One great 65 GTO and my favorite. Thanks for sharing..... incredible car.....
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Wow, What a Car.....You are a lucky guy......
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Awesome pictures, thanks
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The date consistency of all the parts is astounding!
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Great car and story.Congrats you GTO is beautiful!
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