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2020 January
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  1. 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!

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  1. Why did you get your Pontiac? 1 2 3 4 6

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  2. Car Domain 1 2

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  3. NO ILLEGAL RACING!

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  4. The Family Vibe

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  5. The Twelve Days of a Trans Am Christmas

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  6. Pontiac Bonneville 1959 my first car? 1 2

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  7. Leonard Nimoy's '70 GTO Judge

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  8. Pick 3 Pontiacs for your life

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  9. Ranking Every Model Year GTO Ever Made

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  10. V8 powered Montana

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  11. Hot Rod Network Builds an OHC6 Engine

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  12. 55 wagon hood latch problem

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    • jsslifelike
      Hey, all- I've been combing through my '63 Chassis Manual, but I can't come up with much. The best I can do is to get the angle visible from the rear quarter. I've been told that adjusting these are a "lost cause", but is that true? Most of this is new to me(and I don't want to do any irreparable damage), so I'm trying not to overthink things and wondering if there's a simple solution I wouldn't be privy to.  As well, the passenger side fender has a dummy mirror that is at the exact same viewing angle rendering them both basically useless(besides aesthetics). Is there a way to change the fixed angle? It'd be fine if it was at least in the ballpark...  Thanks in advance! 
    • Frosty
      Aradiogurl. I’m with JUSTA, two Tojans is quite amazing.
    • JUSTA6
      Wow, from 0-2 seen in the same day!! Welcome to the site.
    • KellyT70
      Thanks for all the suggestions.  I got the #13s today and they are ready to build.  I'm looking at the 068 cam with the #13s for my 70 YD block.  I'm putting a 1969 4bbl iron intake with a 1969 or 70 Rochester on it.  That should be around 350hp?  My 70 xh motor with the stock #13s already on it should be about the same too?
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