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    76 Bench seat R/T 4 spd w 78 grill

    Not a bad car, but price I think is high. Personally the stripe and go wing isn't for me, but an interesting car....76 R/T 4 speed with a bench seat and a 78 grill, not sure if it says A57 on fender tag , but.....
    http://buffalo.craigslist.org/cto/5537206878.html

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    78 door panels, woodgrain cluster bezel, and is that a Buick or Oldsmobile steering wheel?
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    That`s why it`s so rare. You`ll never find another one with that option list.

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    I'm curious how he managed to fit dual exhaust pipes on a '76.

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    A good muffler shop.
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    is that a Buick or Oldsmobile steering wheel?
    A Grant steering wheel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory View Post
    I'm curious how he managed to fit dual exhaust pipes on a '76.
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    A good muffler shop.
    Doubt it. We managed a decent side by side on my Volare, no way of snaking past the fuel tank on the driver's side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory View Post
    Doubt it. We managed a decent side by side on my Volare, no way of snaking past the fuel tank on the driver's side.
    LOL its got a 78 everything else, probably has a 78 trunk pan and fuel tank hence the dual exhaust

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rory View Post
    Doubt it. We managed a decent side by side on my Volare, no way of snaking past the fuel tank on the driver's side.
    I was able to get a shop to do my 76. They didn't come all the way out to the bumper.They turned them down behind the rear tires.

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