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    New member from WI

    Hi all,
    New to FF and this blog. I am looking to gain advice and hopefully help out others as I learn throughout this build. I had an 84 trans am that I sold in college and bought a 78. I still have the 78 ,but am looking for a project where I donít have to do rust repair and that has greater speed potential. The type 65 seems to be the way to go. I am excited to get building.
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    Welcome, And congratulations I see you are already building. I had the same thought process with building new rather than rebuilding a rust bucket. I’ve been there done that several times. When I put the pencil to the paper and figured time and money involved building new was the way to go for me. I’m in the west suburbs of Chicago building a truck but have had to take some time off of it because of my busy season with work. Good luck and have fun with your build. Rob
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    Thank you. The truck looked very nice as well. A nice addition to the offerings at FF. I considered the roadster hard top and the truck myself. I went with the type 65 so it could fit above my firebird on my 4 post. Todd

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    Nice to see some Pontiac love!
    Mk4 #8861 Complete kit. Delivered: 27 Apr 2016, Roller: 12 Jan 2018

    Forte: 2016 Coyote & cover, alternator, engine controls, clutch kit, bellhousing, Moroso pan, TKO600, midshift, 3.55 axle, 190lph fuel pump, Spectre air inlet and filter. Breeze: battery forward and switch, fuel pressure regulator and braided hose, radiator shroud and mounts. Replicaparts: radiator panel, under dash panel, weathertight connectors.

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    Welcome to the forum. Roger

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