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    10-22-2019 10:49 AM
    Clay;---Do you think you could take a look at the fuel gauge in the street section and tell me what you think now-----thanks----BOB
  2. STICK4
    06-24-2010 04:35 AM
    If you would give me your brothers information and I will call him. I will call the local officials today, Thursday, 24 June. Thanks, John Stickel - e-mail "my67gto@cox.net" 703.371.6760 cell
  3. STICK4
    06-11-2010 08:58 AM
    Hello again,

    Georgia DMV did confirm the car is in GA, Ginette? county.
  4. STICK4
    06-07-2010 10:06 PM
    Hi Clay,

    Thanks for the reply...I find PY website not user friendly...I live in Va (Springfield)..I would like to confirm the car is still in GA...I have written to the DMV folks via their web. The VIN for the car is 242177P278471. My home e-mail address is "my67gto@cox.net"..Thanks for the time to think about this. If you know any one with a 66 or 67 daily driver car does not need to be original let me know...John
    06-07-2010 12:25 PM
    You need to post that question in the 70-72 GTO, Lemans, Tempest Tech section.
  6. GTOclassicdude
    06-06-2010 09:16 AM
    New member....Working on a 1971 GTO, need a core support. What years will work?
  7. STICK4
    06-05-2010 06:33 PM
    Need assistance to locate my original car, a 67 GTO. Last know location was Lawrenceville, GA in 1984. Sold the car to Mike Beal. Having very late in life "sellors remorse" Have the VIN. Ideas??
    01-23-2009 02:16 AM
    Mark, tag number was for assembly line only, just told the guys on the line what went where. Your tag# should be on build sheet and maybe the portect-o-plate if you have it.
    Dates and vins were stamped and did get moved around sometimes. The tag said tranny goes in this car. Guy doing stamping made tranny #'s matching for the car.
    Your 3978766WO tag shows up in a few places as 71olds 442 w/ M22, but you could still have the right transmission. Sometimes people put them on just for looks(brings more money).
    Forget the tag. Get main case code, date code and try to find the vin. Only way to know for sure what you've got.
    Check with some guys that got PHS papers on their cars, tag # MIGHT show up there.
    FWIW I don't believe any engines or transmissions got out after 67 without vins Somebody might have slipped up on one shift, but that would've been it.
    Look for numbers and keep me updated.
  9. marksrods
    01-22-2009 10:05 PM
    Thanks, I knew some of the Info. I was wondering I have heard that the WO stamp was supose to be under the side cover and on top of the main case? Also do you know if the tag number 3978766WO is right for this? As far as the vin I thought that it should be on the side of the main case on the stamp pad by the date code, I have seen them next to the date code or below the date code, I didn't think ether was wrong. But someone left a post on my thread about the trans, that he thought many of the Fremont Cali. cars didn't have vin's on the trans. So I am more confused then ever, lol Can you help me? Someone told me to get the red book as well, that it had casting numbers? I hope I am not asking to much, Thanks, Mark.
  10. marksrods
    01-18-2009 05:03 PM
    Hi, I wondered if you could help me. I have a real 71GTO Judge, I am trying to find out if everything is Original, mainly the trans right now. I am not sure about the codes and where the vin code should be for the M-22, I see the doc's say WO and I hear it is stamped, but I have some people say the vin is on the right side and some say the top. I haven't looked yet but I would like to know so I know what I am looking for. Thanks. Mark

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    79 10th anniversary 4 speed, 71 formula 455
    Been building, driving, racing Pontiacs since the early 70's. Forced into early retirement by a mad hyundia, nasty crash/alleged incident. Prior to that, fixing anything that needed fixed. And a lot of carburetor and electrical work.
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