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TranzAm69's 1964 GTO

2022 May
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Need motivation 1931 Pontiac


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Hey y'all, not much going on with the 1931 sedan lately too many family activities lately and lack of funds. The rising fuel costs are also not that encouraging and such a huge push for alternative fuel vehicles has me concerned that we will be pushed out of our gas powered classics. I personally don't feel that an all electric future is sustainable or good for any of us. But what even a balanced electric/ gas /diesel future would mean to gas prices is worrisome. It's nice to see that some companies have thought about bolt up e-crates and all but that seems to only be affordable by the wealthy and will not be a hobbyist type project.

My build is right at that typing point. I have a 350 crate engine in the car on a cross member. With the transmission and a new rear axle. But no drive shaft, cooling system, steering or brakes figured out yet. I don't want to sell it I just am feeling stuck.

Anyways thanks for listening any words of encouragement are welcome. 



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