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History F**K That *other* Pontiac thread, let's see what made 'em GRRRREAT!

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by monsterflake, Apr 28, 2009.

  1. ponchopowered
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    old gold i would love to see more pictures of your 57
     
  2. Pontiac Slim
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    the good... the bad and the ugly... Our family rides. The old coupe has a 455 Pontiac motor.
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  3. Old Gold
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    I'll get put some in my album soon. I'm reluctant to post a build thread because it's a bit O.T. with the bags and patinad paint I guess.
     
  4. Seeing as how this thread has resurfaced, I'll add a little to it....

    My old '50 and the Pontiac Coffee Shop in Springdale, Ar..
     

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  5. Dennis Holly
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    E-Bay Lemans, DONE!
     

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  6. judd55
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    My 55 .......................

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  7. VooDoo Child 56
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    Well it looks like a lot of this thread is OT, so here is my 69 Custom S, painted in my driveway
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  8. SOLO
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    Here's a couple pics of my Pontiacs. Working on the 64 and 69 I bought when I was 17, many years ago. Pontiacs Rule!
     

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  9. marks73turbota
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    Not typical but I hope you accept it. This is my '63 Catalina that I'm building right now. Always loved the Street Freak look.

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    Mark L
     
  10. VenomousType
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    well seems like this thread is ot and im going to do a little reminiscing..

    my old 69 GTO and my 66 bonneville.. i miss those cars.

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    i did this one is a stealth bomber themed emblems here and there.
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  11. monsterflake
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    that's awesome! are you gonna open up the wheel wells?
     
  12. koolkemp
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    Heres my beater 64 Laurentian orig 283 & glide updated brakes to powerdisc and 3 inch drop springs,

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  13. marks73turbota
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    Monsterflake. I'm building full frame rails that will narrow the rear frame width so I can get these tire/wheels under car, then I'll decide whether I want to cut any outer sheet metal. I'm leaning very far away from cutting them though. The cars style is just too boxy for a round cut, so if I did I would take the original wheelwell patten and just move it up. More like the '68 hemi darts had. More squared. But I like the original lines so I'll probably keep the tires under. We'll know better as the build goes on. Mark L
     
  14. monsterflake
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  16. monsterflake
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    another ebay bonneville. 4 bbl, 3 speed on the column... [​IMG] [​IMG]
     
  17. oldscout
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    Here's mine, flat head 6, with 3 on the tree.
     

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  18. marks73turbota
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    Twotoejoe. Our wedding present was a '65 Bonnie wagon of my father-in-laws. We were married in 1971 and he was a newly retired carpenter. He used it as a tool hauler for work but kept it in perfect shape. I was 19 and could not quite see myself driving a Bonnie wagon but I used it to trade in on an off the floor 1972 Trans Am. So it turned out to be the perfect gift. Now I wished I had it back. (Actually both cars, heh). Your '62 is beautiful. Mark L
     
  19. mattlowe
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  21. havi
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    Figured someone here would know what this hood came off of? It was found in the "back 40" of my property.
     

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  22. UnsettledParadox
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    looks like 1960 poncho
     
  23. 55chieftain
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    Here is my uncles VERY rare Judge. This is one of two 70 Judges that left the factory with a 2 tone painted scheme (special ordered). He's had the car since day 1. This one is a RA III / auto and red interior. The other was just the opposite- red lower,white upper RA III/ 3 spd manual trans.

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  24. monsterflake
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    stolen from harm's way autorama thread, check out the big cars down front!

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  25. PORKCHOP76
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    my 55 poncho... 61384.jpg
     
  26. PORKCHOP76
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    ha cool, this is at vintage torque fest on the track... with my knuckle head son !
     
  27. Did I ever mention what a nice avatar you have?
     
  28. KoolKat-57
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    [​IMG]Here's my '57 Tripower/Stick
     
  29. Tom-MI
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    1975 Firebird Esprit. 350 w/4 speed. 13K original miles!
     

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