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dues70's 1970 Pontiac Bonneville

2020 July
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Pontiac Interior Maintenance, Modifications and Garage Discussion

Any Maintenance, Modifications and Garage you have done to your Interior, talk about here, post pictures and tell stories! This includes Audio and light.

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  1. My new audio setup

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  3. G8 Triple Hump Gauges

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  4. '08 stock G6 Radio

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  5. a pillar finished!

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  6. A-pillar

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  7. Front speaker advice

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  8. Gauge Pillar 1 2

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  9. Noise at Start Up

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  10. hid lights

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  11. my new tails

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  12. Dans A-pillars 1 2

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  13. New Headlights

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  14. Need AV Help

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  15. HEADLIGHT IDEA

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  16. armber corner removal

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  17. Subwoofer Setup

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  18. My Sound System Build 1 2

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    • Is it going to do anymore damage to start the car and pull it back up to my garage so I can start tear down? Or should I just figure out a way to push it?
    • Thanks bro. 
    • oh nice fitting set up mate👍  and you found your issue👍
    • Ok, so the air test is done. Here's what I used. The end from my compression tester with the gauge and schrader valve removed. I ground off the finger hook on the blower nozzle to my air compressor and 3/8th hose in between. I put 100psi in to both #5 & #6 cylinder's separately. Both cylinder's pushed the air out the exhaust. Just out of curiosity I hooked up to the #8 cylinder at about 80psi and it turned the fan about a 1/2 inch and I stopped.
    • Ok hey everyone. I know how everyone likes suspense, Well here's the update on the 31 and life. My wife started working full time and is very proud of her new big girl job. It's her first full time M-F job since we started our family. So now we can start putting money into savings....maybe I should name the car that "savings account" instead of "Pete" cause everything was for Pete's sake. Lol. So I have two complete leaf springs one front and one back. I brought those into our local spring shop and it's gonna be $400 a piece x4..... ouch. This month is also 3 paycheck month for me so that helps. Next later today I'm dropping off the gas tank to have that rebuilt. Then I'll be ordering the radiator. I know someone that is excited for that right Rebel.  Springs will be done next week after the 4th of July then I can get the car level. Oh and I also need to get my front hub adapters ordered so I can get it all sitting on rubber. Then we will start on the steering and then I can order the driveshaft. And make it move.  So lots going on.
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