1965 Pontiac Gto Lemans Tempest Convertible Clone Project Car on 2040-parts.com
Lakewood, Pennsylvania, US
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GREAT GTO CLONE RESTO PROJECT
`1965 PONTIAC TEMPEST CONVERTIBLE,2 NICE USED FRONT FENDERS, NICE HOOD, DOORS ARE REPAIRABLE, NEEDS 1/4S,TRUNK FLOOR AND SOME FLOOR PATCHES INSIDE ,PRETTY DECENT RED INTERIOR GOOD FRAME
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