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Old 02-14-15, 11:48PM   #1
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Default '72 Hurst Ssj Grand Prix

Early last year I found this rare black and gold SSJ in a Pa. junkyard and bought it with a good title. It was in a barn for many years. Loaded bench seat 455 car. They are still out there.

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can't upload the damn photos.
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can't upload the damn photos.
File probably to big. Send it to me Gatch1970@gmail.com. I'll post it for you.
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Can't load them all

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Thanks ! One is better than none .
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Nice, but I want the wagon in the back round!!!
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Does it have a Hurst Autostick I shifter?

I always had a soft spot for the 69-72 Grand Prix's...
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I picked up another '72 Hurst SSJ Grand Prix. It does have the Hurst Auto Stick. This one is unusual. It is silver and black 2 tone with white accent stripes,black half roof and a pewter gray interior bench seat. It actually has black cloth bucket seats and even the headliner and carpet are black. The headliner is original . The material on the sunroof matches the headliner. The dash is pewter with a glove compartment and the Auto Stick only came in bench seat cars. Someone must have converted it. It's pretty loaded with options,too. Got to get the PHS on this one. Same owner since the late 1970's ,showing 65K miles on the speedo. Guy I got it from said it's original but the car has sat for many years.
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I picked up another '72 Hurst SSJ Grand Prix. It does have the Hurst Auto Stick. This one is unusual. It is silver and black 2 tone with white accent stripes,black half roof and a pewter gray interior bench seat. It actually has black cloth bucket seats and even the headliner and carpet are black. The headliner is original . The material on the sunroof matches the headliner. The dash is pewter with a glove compartment and the Auto Stick only came in bench seat cars. Someone must have converted it. It's pretty loaded with options,too. Got to get the PHS on this one. Same owner since the late 1970's ,showing 65K miles on the speedo. Guy I got it from said it's original but the car has sat for many years.
i'm a gp FREAK, i'd love to see that.
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Had 1969 GP with a 428 in it Turbo 400 trans. The X got that one. Loved that car
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