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  2. Man I like the ones on the top car bro! They look awesome. Kinda like what I put on my 63 GP
  3. The homemade aluminum foil flags on the rabbit ears were also a cool accessory.... Although they only worked correctly as long as you were standing there with your hand on the antenna.....So dad could watch Cronkite with a clear picture.....After he used the "No batteries required remote" to change the TV channels....
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  5. I have a TON of tech in my house. I love it but none of it operates critical items or things like this are a little too close to shocking me for my comfort. Maybe in 5 years or more when they perfect it I'll be down
  6. JUSTA - there were remote control when we were kids. JUSTA not the battery driven kind. Dad would whack one of us up the side of the head with a slipper or newspaper, and say "Hey kid, change the channel to Channel 4. It's time for Flipper!". We'd get up and turn the channel to Channel 4 and rub the back of our heads on the way back to our seats. It worked!
  7. Actually all 3 of you are the poster kids for the contest. Great shots of the cars AND awesome, well thought out backgrounds. Nobody wants a wall hanger of a driveway shot with the garbage cans N kids toys. You have a beautiful ride Rarebird.
  8. Step back snowman.......Ringo's got this one!
  9. While novel N cool, gotta go with Ringo on mixin electronics N water. So how long to get parts when it screws up? How much of the wall or shower has to come back out to work on it? LMAO ..... this coming from the guy that couldn't understand why you couldn't JUSTA get up N chance the channel on the TV. Instead you spend 10 mins searching the house for the remote.
  10. Well I have no chance with the group I'm in, lol. Good luck everyone!
  11. Thankz for making the voting soooo much easier.
  12. Live simply. Love generously. Care deeply. Speak kindly . Leave the rest to God.
  13. SMILE OF THE DAY A Well Known Cardiologist A mechanic was removing a cylinder-head from the motor of a Pontiac 421 when he spotted a well-known cardiologist in his shop. The cardiologist was there waiting for the service manager to come and take a look at his bike when the mechanic shouted across the garage: “Hey, Doc, want to take a look at this?” The cardiologist, a bit surprised, walked over to where the mechanic was working on the GTO. The mechanic straightened up, wiped his hands on a rag and asked, “So Doc, look at this engine. I open its’ heart, take the valves out, re
  14. Yeah it's locked before I try. Every.. 5 starts or so the car won't start the first time but I give it another go and it starts right up
  15. Seems like a ton of work! Love to hear more about what’s been done if you’d like to create a build topic in our Progression forum: https://foreverpontiac.com/forum/9-pontiac-progression-place/
  16. Is the car locked prior to attempting remote start on the fob? Know with GM cars the car has to be locked before the remote start will work. Otherwise, the car is starting normally when you attempt it with a key in the ignition?
  17. Been restoring my dads 1968 Firebird. He’s owned it since he was 16 bought it for $1000. Me my brother and my dad Stripped it all down to bare metal when me and my brother were in high school in 2007ish and then just the past couple years started in on it again. Just got it out of paint and getting ready to start putting it all together again. Still a lot of work to go but thought I’d share some pics of the journey up to now.
  18. Hello everyone hope you are all doing well, I have a feeling that my key fob battery is dead. But it never hurts to ask. It seems that my car wants to auto start with the key fob but the lights just flash and it doesn't start. Is there anything beyond a dead battery? Or do I have to actually chase some wires or settings down? Thanks in advance
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  20. Giovanni

    Digital Art

    Amazing what you can do drawing on an Ipad
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    Giovanni’s 69 firebird

    Pictures of my All blacked out 1969 Firebird 5.7l
  22. Well have to keep our eyes out. The 5x5 bolt bolt pattern Rally IIs don’t come up for sale much here either. Pontiac used the 5x5 bolt pattern on the big RWD cars until 90. The 5x5 Rally IIs were available until at least 81, by then Pontiac started painting them the matching body color. So these should be a little more plentiful than I originally thought. What I haven’t researched is the 15x7 vs 14x6 wheel size availability in those later years.
  23. Are you saying no more shrunken willies mate? Say it ain’t so? Send me the schematics and prints!
  24. 😂 . Our water heater just went out a couple weeks ago. Decided to upgrade to a tankless system hybrid. She hates it cause it takes a min or so longer to heat to the degree of the sun that she likes but man, so far, that thing is very cool and I like it. Saving a good chunk on gas. Never realized how much our old one ran till this. Less people is something right now I’d like to see. Yesterday, I drove out to almost the Everglades to get away and usually that road is empty. Season is here so all the people from up north are down and that drive had a lot of people on it. I also have
  25. Hi Kiwi, I had a look and they would have been perfect but I need 5" (that's 127mm) PCD. That's the size for B bodies and I don't even know if they were available to suit fullsize Ponchos in the first place. So, thanx for the heads up but I'll keep looking.
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