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General discussion, events, images and questions about what's going on in the Southwestern States of AZ, NM, NV, OK, TX, UT.
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  2. Sweet show, Congrat's on the gold bling. Well Deserved. Thankz for sharing the pic's.
  3. Great pictures BearGRF, love the shots of the 57 injected convertable !!
  4. Yes, I did. In fact I was lucky enough to win the Gold award in my class. There was a great turnout, and some really nice cars there. That maroon '58 was a built-in-Canada car and was packing its original 348 chevy V8. The red Fiero was running one of the little pre-Northstar Cadlillac V8's.
  5. So BearGFR, did you go to the PSN? If so, pics please!
  6. This long-standing event, sponsored and put on by the Dallas Area Pontiac Association, is scheduled for Saturday, October 8 2022 at the Frisco Flyers Sports & Event Center 6300 Flyers Way, Frisco, TX 75033 (north of Dallas). Event information and online registration are available on the D.A.P.A web site: https://www.dapa.org Bear
  7. Do we get to beat the crap out of Old Man Time for this crummy, can't do anything year? Asking for a friend.
  8. SEMA has announced that the 2020 SEMA show in Las Vegas is cancelled due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic. https://www.semashow.com/?fbclid=IwAR12nueJq81-ukLWA1kmKrn9b-kWcsu6WDidP9a7hnn6BBz62T4vWMq6uVk Update about the 2020 SEMA Show: Due to Covid-19 and concerns that event facilities and services will be unavailable, the SEMA Show will not be taking place in 2020. While both event organizers and industry members have been working tirelessly to deliver an outstanding SEMA Show in November, mounting uncertainty has rendered continuing with the event inadvisable. SEMA expects the decision will bring much needed clarity to an uncertain picture and will help exhibitors, attendees and partners plan accordingly. Recent SEMA Show survey results indicated interest in a possible virtual tradeshow with related live elements. SEMA will be working with industry members to determine interest levels on specific alternatives. "The SEMA Show is committed to furthering businesses in the automotive specialty equipment market, and to providing manufacturers and buyers with the best opportunity to connect, promote new products and discover new trends," said Chris Kersting, SEMA president and CEO. "We appreciate the spirit, hard work and innovation our industry puts into the SEMA Show each year. While we are disappointed circumstances prevent us from hosting the Show in November, we look forward to getting everyone together in 2021 for another outstanding event." Full refunds for SEMA Show exhibitor booth deposits and attendee registration fees will be issued. FUTURE SHOW DATES 2021 | November 2 - 5 2022 | November 1 - 4 2023 | Oct. 31 - Nov. 3 2024 | November 5 - 8 2025 | November 4 - 7 2026 | November 3 - 6 2027 | November 2 - 5 2028 | Oct. 31 - Nov. 3
  9. Is there anyone on here from Las Vegas Nv
  10. From Larry Crider, POCI President To all POCI Members It's with much regret I have to announce the 2020 POCI Convention will be canceled. While other organizations have canceled events much earlier in the year, the Convention Committee and Executive Committee has been monitoring local, state, and federal recommendations and guidelines to how it would affect the operation, going forward with the convention. It was our belief that with the low effects in the Oklahoma area and the area affected by the virus, that we had a shot of still hosting the convention. We have also been contacted by many POCI members wishing and thanking us for not canceling the convention and to stay positive. Unfortunately, our final decision has progressed from recent discussions with our hosting property, Hard Rock Casino. As the state of Oklahoma is going to be fully open on June 1st, it is still up to each business and organization to handle their reopening procedures as they feel fits their needs. At this time, Hard Rock cannot guarantee they will be fully open, which means no guarantee of having hotel rooms, restaurants on-site, and the opportunity to produce our two banquets associated with the convention. Following these unanswered questions and the suggestions from Hard Rock management, we will need to cancel and proceed forward in the most constructive manner that best benefits POCI and its members. Not only was being able to produce a successful convention for your enjoyment part of the equation but also providing a safe environment that everyone would feel comfortable with. Unfortunately, this cannot be done. As a member of the local hosting group, the Indian Nations Chapter, I feel their pain as well, as they have spent countless hours for the past 3 years preparing for this convention. As you can expect, POCI and the Indian Nations Chapter will be out much time and expense so the sale of 2020 merchandise will need to be offered and hopefully recoup some of our losses. POCI has plans to attempt to work on a new contract to host the convention at the Tulsa Hard Rock Hotel & Casino for 2022. Once this information is confirmed we will alert the membership. For those members who booked rooms at the Hard Rock, you will need to do nothing pertaining to your room reservation. Hard Rock will automatically cancel all reservations associated with the POCI block and not charge anyone for their booked rooms. Those who made reservations at the backup hotels will need to follow up with those properties and cancel their reservations on their own. I have instructed our treasurer and club office to give full refunds on all purchases toward the convention which will also include convention registration fee. Those who paid by check will receive a refund check over the next several weeks. Those who purchased all activities online with their credit cards will receive their refunds back to the same credit card from the POCI club office. Again, this will take a period of several weeks, so please be patient. Speaking on behalf of the POCI Executive Board, Directors, and Convention Committee, we hope you understand our decision as we all are experiencing trying times all around the world. We appreciate your support towards POCI and will move forward in promoting the 2021 convention which will be held at the Mohegan Sun Resort in Uncasville, CT. The dates are July 11-15.
  11. Nice pictures, Rick... great Pontiacs and great airplanes!
  12. I need to apologize to FredZeppelin for not getting a picture of his outstanding Grand Prix [emoji20] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  13. The 2017 Pontiac Southern Nationals will be held Saturday Sept. 23 on the grounds of the Cavanaugh Flight Museum in Addison, Texas. Link for more details http://www.dapa.org/
  14. The Pontiac-Oakland Club International's annual convention will be held at the Texas Motor Speedway in Ft Worth Texas from July 11 - July 15, 2017. You can get more details at the link below: http://www.poci.org/poci_annual_convention_registration.cfm
  15. Paul Thurn, I live at: 10415 FM 920, Weatherford, TX 76088 (Peaster, TX). I'm driving my second Pontiac (2009 G8), my first was a 1961 Bonneville Convertable . Went through Navigator Training in Harling Sept 1957. It would be good to see the valley again.
  16. wow this looked like it died, to bad

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