GBOTM 78GP400 is the June '21 G-Body of the Month | ** 1978 **

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GP403

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Congrats! Love that shaker

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Bonnewagon

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Sep 18, 2009
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HOLY PONTIAC !!!!!! :notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy::notworthy: I AM IN LOVE!!! 😍😍😍😍😍😍😍 Congrats!
 
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Longroof79

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Congratulations! That is one awesome, tastefully done GP. Gotta love the shaker hood and hood tach. Probably the best looking GP that I've ever seen.
(y):cool:(y) Kudos to you.
 
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565bbchevy

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Congratulations! Super clean and well executed and to top it off still Pontiac powered, my first Gbody was a 78' GP I would have loved to have done something like that to mine.
 
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78GP400

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Man, I am super excited about winning this! Thanks so much for all of the nice compliments! I have spent a lot of time, money and thought on exactly what I wanted to put together and so far I am really pleased with the results. Of course there’s always more things that you want to do when building a car and there’s definitely a few more things I want to add to this one… With time…
 
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78GP400

Greasemonkey
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Mar 2, 2017
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Shaker scoop and hood tach broke the tie for me. Congrats beautiful ride!
The shaker scoop was very important to me to incorporate the opening from the Trans Am of that era. I’m sure it would’ve been much easier to make a hole and then restructure it but my OCD said I had to have it the other way. Very time consuming because I wanted the structure underneath the hood to look like it came from the factory. And thank you!
 
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