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Originally Posted by Dayo5 View Post
According to the VIN it is a GT-37
Your serial # should ba 233370 a or p 1xxxxxxx1 ,the first 2 means pontiac division of gm next 33 is body style T37 the 37 means 2 dr ht 0 yr 1970 1xxxxx1 production # trere were only 1413 produced in 1970 so you have a rare car if is a pillow post car it will have a different # even more rare ut is a version like the 300 series Chevelle ,it was designed as a light weight low cost car to compete with Roadrunner and Superbee it will have a 400 Only engine offered,a overhead cam 6 a 326 ,350 and 400 were offered in a lemans ,same car just up scale 70 t37 were tempest 71 were lemans or tempest depending on if it was a hardtop or post ,this car has value,check it out,If tou want i will decode it for yor list First part of data plate DO NOT list serial #on here,uf early 70 data plate will be in windsheild later 70 is on firewall above brake boosterm Hope this helps

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month ago i was looking for parts in a salvage yard in south dakota. found a T37 hadn't seen one in 30 years
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