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    Newb checking in

    Thanks Not my first rodeo restoring an old car even though this is more of a preservation than a restoration.
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    Next week is the Pontiac Nats in Norwalk, Ohio. After that I'll be back on this and hopefully will have more time to deal with photos and such.
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    TGP Moving Sale

    Well? How did you make out? I hope you are taking the cars too. Great meeting you.
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    TGP Moving Sale

    I just got off the phone with him and told him to PM you. He also said that it was okay to give you his number. So, you have a PM coming.
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    TGP Moving Sale

    Hero? Sometimes I prefer to call it "Gullible idiot".
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    TGP Moving Sale

    Yeah, I'm buying that big red thing in the background. Don't ask me why. I tend to have my "WTF am I doing" moments.
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    TGP Moving Sale

    I know he still has the cars and parts. I will be seeing him tomorrow about another vehicle. I will tell him you are interested. You can also check Buffalo Craigslist. I saw the DOHC listed in the parts section so you can probably get ahold of him that way too. He is leaving Wednesday for good as far as I know. You can also PM me your number and I can pass it on to him.
  8. Thanks, much appreciated.
  9. Bump and waiting on a follow up to my PM
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    TGP Moving Sale

    Someone should grab this stuff. I just left there and there is a lot of good cars and parts. And he is not kidding. It all has to go and go in a couple of weeks, down to the bare walls, or a scrapper will get it.
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    Newb checking in

    LOL! What can I say, I like rare oddballs. I have 3 other cars and the production figures of all 4 combined are under 10,000 units.
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    Newb checking in

    Updated pic
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    Hood insulation.

    Not at all but I am currently very busy trying to get ready for the Pontiac Nationals in Norwalk, OH. So I might not get to answer right away.
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    Hood insulation.

    Those get a little tricky because there is a lot of plastic clips that can break. Both mouldings on each fender and both on each quarter have small plastic pin retainers that grip into a plastic barrel nut in the body. Each front door moulding has one up front as well. Those have a death grip and neither the pin or the barrel nut are available so extreme caution is mandatory. There is also a screw or 2 in the front and/or rear end of each moulding. With the exception of the thin mouldings above the bumper covers, once any screws and pin clips are removed, each moulding needs to be released from the clips near the top then slid down to release the mouldings from the bottom clips.
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