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1965 GT A Code coupe
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numbers matching, pony interior, ss wheels, 4 speed toploader, very little rust, original interior, and was hit in the front but body lines look great/tight gaps in the front

Thanks Jess for posting this one.

Here's some pics of it:

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How do you do it, Danno? I thought you were single with all of your projects, but I think you do have kids.

I want to get my coup ready over the winter to do track day this year, but never can find the time to start?!?!?
 

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The last car was more than I wanted a few months ago. I'm just keeping this one at a buddies house, collecting parts for the restoration, and when the fastback is done in a few months, I'll swap out one car for the other in the garage. This one is my first truely father/daughter project. My girls were excited about doing it.

Comparing this car appearance to the fastback when I bought it, the coupe is in better shape, less rust, and the stainless looks great.
 

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Nice lookin coupe Danno. Looks like its a fairly easy project. Congrats....just remember to keep one iron in the fire at a time. ;)
 
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