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  1. foxgapLeMans
    01-16-2021 11:21 AM
    foxgapLeMans
    Thanks Scott for the info on the tilt. Everything seems to be working, I'll know more when I restart the engine and can move the car outside.
  2. gtorich
    09-20-2020 08:39 AM
    gtorich
    Hey Scott, Wisconsin Rich here, talked to you awhile back about the brake backing plates.

    Was wondering if you could throw me a picture if you have them , a drive & Pass side front control arm for a 66.

    Long story short, bought some spc uppers and i had who knows what for upper control arms, not stock. So im trying to see how the ball joint was titled to so i can set my new ones up that way.

    My email is Richs662017@gmail.com

    Thanks for any help.
  3. GTOEARL
    09-14-2020 07:28 PM
    GTOEARL
    Give me a time that’s convenient for you. Thank you very much
  4. Jackson67
    06-30-2020 06:21 PM
    Jackson67
    Ok thanks
  5. 61vette
    01-25-2020 12:22 PM
    61vette
    Hi Scott, do you still have the wheel hubs from the 66 elcamino. You posted some pictures of them in my post. I need a good set for my 1965 GTO. If still have them I'm interested in buying them. Thanks Larry
  6. gtobully
    10-09-2019 02:13 AM
    gtobully
    Hi Scott, do you have any ‘67 GTO horns. I need for an early ‘67. I actually have one horn, it has the letter I stamped on it. The little circle has no letter. I also need 3 T4 headlights if you have...one bottom and two top.
    Thx,
    Rob in NorCal
  7. Carousel72TRed
    10-01-2019 04:37 PM
    Carousel72TRed
    Thank you very much Scott. What happened was Ames sent me 4 chromed headlight retaining rings and the buckets by mistake but they are for 65-67 GTO's and the chromed rings were so nice I kept them and the tabs lined up on the drivers side and I put them on. I then either switched the high beam light retaining ring on the passenger side to the low beam side or used one of the old rings on the drivers side. I have your phone number that you sent me and will keep it archived. I may give you a call to talk about this. Thanks again.
  8. goatman73
    07-08-2019 10:06 PM
    goatman73
    hey scott sorry for delay,my judge was built 3rd week of april,it does have screw holes where the multiplex amp would be.thanks for the response.
  9. Brewster
    07-07-2019 08:39 AM
    Brewster
    That distributor might be correct for my build. What is the date on it?
  10. Mcronk
    02-08-2019 10:27 PM
    Mcronk
    Scott

    I have not forgot about the head bolts you asked about. I was waiting to test the 68 2 speed wiper motor but had to go out of town and help my mom with her surgery. I am back now and will test that motor this weekend.

    Mark Cronk

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  • About Scott Thelander
    Cars
    1968 GTO 4 speed convertible vedero/blk ...1969 GTO Judge starlite blk/blk 4 speed..1972 442 455 factory ramair survivor...1957 Chevrolet sedan delivery nice driver... 1940 Chevrolet coupe my 1st car
    Biography
    born, raised, and never moved out of the county
    Location
    Lacey WA
    Interests
    Steelhead and Salmon fishing our great rivers and saltwater,camping,cars,gardening
    Occupation
    workin on that

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