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  • About Tjf2000
    Full Name
    Tim Fiore
    South Shore Massachusetts
    Self Employed
    Year & Model
    1976, 2016
    Red, Shark Grey
    In progress
    I have grown up with a passion for cars. Restored a 72 LT-1 with air to NCRS 99.8 standard. Have also restored a 68 GTO. Current project is a 76 vet that my brother owned since new, redoing it in his memory, lost him to cancer a couple of years ago


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  • Last Activity: Yesterday 08:58 PM
  • Member Since: 09-22-2012

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  1. 10-12-2015 01:17 PM
    Thanks Mark
  2. ostbloom
    10-06-2015 10:51 AM
    Hello, I HIGHLY recommend Barry Merlo. You will probably be driving through the Concinnati area. A couple hours from the museum. I'm from Louisville. Barry came to my house and did my C7. Beautiful job and about $1000 less than Louisville people wanted. VERY PROFESSIONAL installer. Look at his website:

    Cant recommend him enough.

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  3. AllVettes4Me
    03-01-2015 01:38 PM
    Tim, if you want to save some money on this you can find a cheaper rear window but still buy the other items. The window will sell for about $200 on it's own, the tray would sell for about $350 on its own, never seen pricing on all the parts, that is how I got to $450. If you want to get another rear window and leave this one with me then $300 for the rear tray and hardware would work. Just trying to help out.
  4. AllVettes4Me
    03-01-2015 01:08 PM
    Okay, great. The package would include the rear window in frame (date code is AS2 GY or April, 1972, not that it matters to you so much with your 76, storage tray with latch, hinges for attaching the tray to car, top lever latches for top of window frame, lower receiver brackets for holding the lower pins of the window. I would recommend you buy a new rear window gasket as this one is pretty brittle and a softer new one will be much easier to install and easier on the glass. I have the window out now, the gasket out now, and I can have the brackets and tray out tomorrow. Daughter's birthday party today. Total for all of it would be $450. Let me know if you are still interested.
    Thank you and best regards,
  5. AllVettes4Me
    03-01-2015 06:48 AM
    Thank you Tim. I will not sell the back window, tray, connectors, or any of the hardware back there until you and I agree you do or do not want it all. Let me know when you will be down this way and if schedules permit I would be glad to have your help to remove if not already removed by then. Thank you. David
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