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Topic Review (Newest First)
04-11-2013 12:53 AM
Pantaz I bought lots of GTO parts from Ames Performance. They carry a mix of NOS and reproduction. If you don't see what you want in the catalog, call/e-mail them.
Ames Performance Engineering, Classic GTO Parts, Firebird Parts, and Full Size Pontiac restoration parts.
04-09-2013 10:37 PM
TSchwartz I know this is a really old thread, but tripped over it on a google search. Check out Performance Years at Performance Years - Your #1 Source for GTO, Firebird, and Classic Pontiac Parts and Accessories
06-14-2003 10:57 PM
CustomChrome The last few I bought I found used in Hemmings Motor News. It's been a few years though. I'm not sure if someone is making aftermarket ones yet.
06-14-2003 03:39 AM
68 GTO Dash

Am trying to find where I can purchase new dash paneling for a 68' Goat. I have found the wood grain vinyl sticker, but not the actual plastic. Mine was cut to accomodate a newer stereo and it looks like they must have used a steak knife to make the cut. Plus it is cracked in the upper corner with a small piece missing. Thanks for any help.

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