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Old 06-21-2022, 02:08 AM
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Default 1965 GTO undercoated Nevada car.

This GTO is one of my own and one and one of the first cars we dry ice blasted. It was sold new at Pat Clark Pontiac in Las Vegas. I was surprised it had been undercoated by the dealer in that desert climate, but it sure did keep it nice.
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I'm enjoying these threads; thank you for posting.

I love that shifter hole in the floor. It looks like the factory cut it with an ax.

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