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    • Pontiac did have under seat heaters for cars with bucket seats in 51 and 52. This heat core is available on eBay. https://www.ebay.com/itm/325406189163?hash=item4bc3b8666b:g:U9oAAOSw9yFjYE5q
    • I used tranny fluid in my '72's convertible system. I had to replace both hydraulic rams and the lines. The only thing left that is original is the pump. It works fine. I bought a cheap clear ketchup bottle to help fill the pump.
    • A pair of truly exceptional cars.... 1963 Chrysler Turbine - one of five left - one of two that still drives (Jay Leno owns the other one) Stahl's spare engine and transmission for the Turbine. Life begins at 35,000 RPM! 1948 Tucker Sedan - this is Tucker #15 A Tucker engine   That's it from Stahl's !!! Someone else would've had to held the camera. I thought about it.....
    • You missed a chance to get your face in the Grinch cutout???  LOL  that place is sooo cool.  Thankz for sharing your visit.
    • How about some movie cars? The 1904 Winton Flyer from the 1969 movie "The Reivers" starring Steve McQueen. This is car was created for the movie by none other than Von Dutch aka Kenny Howard. McQueen liked it so much he kept it in his personal collection until his death in 1980. This is the car from the 1969 movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang - this is Chitty Chitty Bang Bang! "The Leslie Special" from the 1965 movie The Great Race - autographed by stars Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood. Professor Fate's car from the Great Race. From the 2000 "How the Grinch Stole Christmas", the Whoville Family Sedan  
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