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Complete set of GT Panels by msweldon
Started on: 10-20-2014 03:15 PM
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Turn your notchback fiero into a fastback...

I have a complete set of GT panels (except roof), panels and moulding painted torch red. Paint and panels are in very good condition to excellent condition.

No quarter windows but does have a set of fabbed lexan windows from PO that are somewhat close to OEM.

I was planning on transferring these over to a local formula for sale until I found a mint 88 GT.

Nose
fenders
doors
mouldings
decklid
rear tail lights (delaminated and cracked)
rear wiring harness
rear clip
rockers
door panels
hood (square hole cut for radiator vent)
tail
most pulled attachment hardware bagged and labeled
decklid scoop
spoiler

It's all here..

Pics of car before panel removal:







This includes everything to completely convert/turn your faded notchie into a GT fastback with a Torch Red paint job.

800$ obo

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Would you sell the intake off that 3.4 dohc? What's the story on that?
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yes, please, more info on that LQ1 and its intake / exhaust setup.
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Those panels that nice in person?
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Originally posted by hookdonspeed:

yes, please, more info on that LQ1 and its intake / exhaust setup.


I'm rebuilding it to go in an 88. The intake is a 4" aluminum pipe welded onto a short cut 97 intake manifold with an LS1 throttle body. I may sell once I get a chance to dyno test it against a stock 96-97 manifold.
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Originally posted by Grantman:

Those panels that nice in person?


Yes, pretty much. I put about 500 miles on the car before I began tearing it down to fix other issues and took the body panels off so they wouldn't be buggered up while working around the car.

Are they show quality? no.. but the pictures reflect the condition of the body. The only real difference is hood vent. I took the sheet metal fairings and rivets out to prep it for a warber vent. Other than that, what's in the pics are what you get. The rocker panel attachment rivet areas are less than perfect where the PO was a little careless with drilling out the rivets before painting. He had them covered up with sill plates.

If your interested I can take pictures of whatever you want.

marc
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