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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by camargma, Sep 9, 2009.

  1. camargma
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  2. halfcockedcustoms
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    thats really cool,,thanks for postin it,,,
     
  3. GEORGIADAWG
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    Wow thanks for posting this very cool story.
     
  4. Old61
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    very cool, thanks
     

  5. Airborne34
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    Wow, That was very cool. Thanks
     
  6. Antny
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    Cool. I had a 1931 Pontiac 5 window coupe (all stock). Sold it about 15 years ago. Another "should have kept it"!
     
  7. autobodyed
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    cool article. anybody ever been to one of those de elegance concours shows? i know they get some pretty interesting cars that are second to non, but what is the atmosphere like? that show is only 30 minutes from my shop and might have to check it out, never been to one. thanks.
     
  8. Antny
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    I attend the one in Greenwich, CT. The atmosphere is typically way more subdued than a 'regular' car show. But it's still awesome to see all sorts of high-end vehicles. Not enough customs for me though. If you like em bone stock, rare, and euro sports cars, those shows are def worth attending.
     
  9. zzford
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    Given the imminent demise of Pontiac, the trade in value of that car has probably dropped to zilch. :rolleyes:
     
  10. RodStRace
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    Woogeroo, I agree! It's about getting something cool that speaks to you, not some statistic.

    Autobodyed, you gotta go at least once. Even if the whole thing isn't your cup of Joe, there will be mechanical things and details to delight!
     
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  11. Andy Juelich
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    Thats awesome! Glad to see that he took care of it and didnt let the rust monsters get to it
     
  12. Jalopy Jim
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    I wonder if Ms Ford was assigned that story as a cute touch or by chance.
    Also a neat bit of history.
     
  13. Von Rigg Fink
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  14. Merlin
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    Wow neat article.
     
  15. Sphynx
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    Thats cool the funny thing is about the horn I gotta "OOHGA" horn on my O/T truck and when I blow that thing people jump outta there skin and run up poles like a cat ,:Dnever do they look back and smile .:D
     
  16. Good thing one of use hotrodders never got to that Pontiac:p

    This is why I've always said some of em should never be roddded! Now as for the Pontiacs in my shop, they're all game!
     

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