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I will be coming in possession of a restorable AMT 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix model if anyone is interested.

There are some issues, and I do not have it in hand yet to give a full assessment, but thought that I could get the ball rolling if there are people that would be interested.

I bought it to steal a part from, but will have a complete builder to trade.

 

At this point, I believe that the main issues are:

A hole in the hood for a scoop.

Some body repairs on the lower front fenders.

Seat inserts added to the seats.

 

Otherwise, it appears that the body is in pretty good unpainted shape.

The chrome, tail light lenses, glass, interior parts, firewall, etc, are all there and appear to be in good condition.

Chassis and engine are present.

I believe that I saw somewhere that someone offers a resin replacement hood for this kit?

 

I will give a more detailed description when received.

 

PM me if you're interested.

I will entertain $ offers.

 

 

Steve

 

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Boy, you had me until the hole in the hood and seat inserts. The hood and one seat is what I need. I'd sure like to find out who makes a resin hood. The last hood I found on eBay I got outbid on it after I went a bit over where I was originally intending to stop.

If you still have it when you get it in hand and can post some photos, I may entertain the idea.

Later-

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I'd love to have that Steve but honestly, I doubt I'd have anything to trade you don't already have.

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3 hours ago, Can-Con said:

I'd love to have that Steve but honestly, I doubt I'd have anything to trade you don't already have.

PM me Steve.

We might be able to work out a deal. ;)

 

 

Steve

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If I didn't already have an intact, unbuilt kit, I would be interested as well.  A friend has a 1:1 and it is really nice.

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3 hours ago, Exotics_Builder said:

If I didn't already have an intact, unbuilt kit, I would be interested as well.  A friend has a 1:1 and it is really nice.

No problem Gerry.

I already have a solid deal in the making and another individual waiting if the first one falls through.

It will likely be gone by the beginning of next week.

 

Here are a couple of photos for anyone who cares to see what they missed out on! :D

 

 

Steve

 

 

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NIce. But I wouldn't know how to fix the hood and with my painting history. I'd hate to see what it would look like. LOL

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5 minutes ago, ewetwo said:

NIce. But I wouldn't know how to fix the hood and with my painting history. I'd hate to see what it would look like. LOL

No worries David. It's my problem now. 

Tricky with the character lines of the hood but I think I can handle it. 😉

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53 minutes ago, Can-Con said:

No worries David. It's my problem now. 

Tricky with the character lines of the hood but I think I can handle it. 😉

Great! I'm sure it will look great!

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