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2018 June
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Pontiac Forgotten and Future Classics

In here will be articles written up about Pontiac models that you may have forgotten or in the future will make great classics! These articles will inform you as well as take you for a trip down memory lane!

31 topics in this forum

  1. Banter Thread

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  2. 1978 DMC Kentera

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  3. Do You Know What This Is?

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  4. The Pontiac Phantom

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  5. The Jury

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  6. "The car that got away"

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  7. Early American Iron test

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  8. 1978 Grand Am CA

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  9. 1954 bonneville special

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  10. 1980 Phoenix SJ

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  • Posts

    • Hi guys I started to fool around with my courtsey lights in my rear seat having a convertible they never worked even when I put in new switchs on the door so took it apart and the switch on the arm rest looked pretty shabby so ordered a new one and since this was a one wire on the old was told would need to ground this one having two wires, But the problem is I am blowing fuses  every time I connect them I would check with a light and seemed fine but as soon as I would connect the two socket wires bam there goes the fuse.I even reversed the wires on the new connector but the same blown fuse. My last thoughts could it be a bad socket now it is the only thing left that isn't new. I haven't checked the other side yet thinking the problem would on  the side with the main wiring.Any ideas would help not that it has to used but wanting to get another piece of my puzzle working Thanks Terry
    • Thank You indymanjoe. It was my fathers. He bought it & let it sit in a garage since 1981. About 5 years after he passed away I finally got it running, driving, & stopping. (Hopefully) Now to get it insured, transfer the title, and register it in my name. Then I can start actually driving it.
    • Car2Go said Friday that it's coming to Chicago, meaning that one of America's densest cities will finally have a car-share that lets members stash vehicles on city streets. While Zipcar, Getaround, and GM's Maven all operate in Chicago, those services require members to park cars in designated parking spots. The Chicago City Council voted in March...View the full article
    • Come On Guys, don't you know a Pontiac WIDE Track when you see it ? 😲
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