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Charley, is that the one I did the carbs for? If so, may I share some of these pics on my Facebook page?
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Charley, is that the one I did the carbs for? If so, may I share some of these pics on my Facebook page?
Yes Eric those are the carbs you did and it runs perfect.
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Look @ the size of that gas pedal.
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Look at the options..The car was over 5K in 66. Perfectly optioned.
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Yes Eric those are the carbs you did and it runs perfect.

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Sold @ Clohecy Pontiac too...must have been liberated from Detroit pretty early in its life, or only used as a summer cruiser!
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Look at the options..The car was over 5K in 66. Perfectly optioned.
Average Cost of a new car in 1966 was $2,650.00

$5,148.59 in 1966 would equate to $39,936.06 in Oct. 2017


Charley it really is a beautiful car. I assume this is the car you were talking about when you said the new rechrome alone was $20K right?
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Yes the bill for chrome was 21K.
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Yes the bill for chrome was 21K.
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