My 65 GTO, more pics at www.prince43147.me It has a 389 w/ 400 heads, 650 Edelbrock Carb, Dual Plane Edelbrock Intake, High Flow Edelbrock Fuel Pump, Comp Cam Roller Rockers & Lifters, Mild Cam, Taylor HEI Ignition, Hays Clutch, Flywheel & Pressure Plate, M-21 Muncie 4 Speed, 3:55 gears, Crager S/S Mags, Silvertown Red Lines, Doug's Ceramic Coated Headers, 2 1/2" Stainless Exhaust, Flowmaster 50 Series Mufflers, PFDB, Tubular Upper & Lower Control Arms, Functional Scoop w/Spectre Induction, Afco Aluminum Crossflow Radiator.
joedirt216 on Feb 11, 2013 said:
I checked out you website, and it's awesome. The slide show is sweet, man to have all the old cars we used to have back again....brought back some memories. Sweet 55 chev, and the 68 Camaro SS 396...I used to have one I bought it in 1980, but gave it to my son last summer. I wanted him to know what real cars are like. He drives a "HONDA" hehe...well now he has a true muscle car. Did you say you still have the 64 goat...man that is awesome!!! I restored a 70 GTO Ram Air last year, I'll post some pics soon. Rock on!!! Joedirt216[Reply to this comment]
65_Goat_Lover on Feb 11, 2013 said:
I'm sorry to say that I don't have any of the old cars. Like most others I thought they would always be here. I traded the GTO for the Camaro and traded the Camaro for a 72 Charger. But I'm back in the saddle again with this GTO and value it a little more than I did when I was young.[Reply to this comment]