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2020 January
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  1. The Official "My Wheels & Tires" Thread 1 2

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  2. OEM Specs

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  3. cure for the boat on the water ride

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  4. Kelsey Hayes Brake Drums

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  5. Lifting 2002 Montana

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  6. 66 Catalina disk brake conversion

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  7. 72 ventura front suspension

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  8. Rear wheels and Tires

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  9. JC rims

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  10. 02 GA Strut Recommendations?

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  11. Help Please

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  12. 14 x 6 pontiac rally wheels

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  13. New Shoes for Lucy 1 2 3

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  14. Park lock cable.

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  15. 12 bolt rear end

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  16. 2006 torrent struts

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  17. 1973 Aftermarket rims?!?!

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  18. Coil overs

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  19. Front end alignment

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  20. Grand Am Suspension

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  21. 61 star chief 8 lug rims

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    • Frosty
      Hi 64 Kiwi Boni - Welcome to FP and the madness. The 64 Bonneville/Catalina/2+2 have a wheel base of 123 inches/3124mm. This holds true for 2 door hardtop, 2 door convertible, 4 door hardtop and 4 door station wagon. Also the overall length of each vehicle is 220 inches/5588mm. So I am thinking that a 4-door chassis should also work. Clearly a 2 door chassis would be the most desirable. Here are a handful of GM dismantlers / junk yards you can reach out to that may have a used chassis. Obviously if you have access to eBay, Criaglist, or Kijiji (Canada) - they are possible sources as well. Nothing is guaranteed but they are good places to start. Desert Valley Auto Parts          https://www.dvap.com/ Frank's Pontiac Parts    https://www.frankspontiacparts.com/ GM Sports Salvage    http://gmsports.com/pontiac Tom's Auto Parts  https://www.tomscarparts.com/
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