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  1. Back in October. Last show she was in.
    11 points
  2. What are the chances of two 1951 Pontiac Super Deluxes showing up at thr Rock and Roll Capital Street Machines weekly show on 9-3-2019 in Solon, OH? One’s a convertible, the other’s a hardtop.
    9 points
  3. 1966 Pontiac Tempest Custom Photos taken in Anacortes, WA
    8 points
  4. Our Single Family Owner 69 GTO that I restored, with a modern twist. Butler 467, with a TREMEC TKO 600, mated to the original 10 bolt 3:55 rear. It's still green with gold interior. Of course, big Wilwood Brakes were needed to slow her down... Enjoy!
    8 points
  5. This is Jim’s 1962 Pontiac Bonneville.
    8 points
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  8. My Inca Gold 1966 Pontiac GTO. 400 with 400 turbo trans.
    7 points
  9. I've followed the page on Instagram for awhile and just decided to join you all on the website I have a 1971 Pontiac T-37 that I used to daily drive and commonly refer to as Ruby
    7 points
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  11. This is my Mom's 1966 Grand Prix. (Formally my Dad's). It was the car my Mom & Dad went on their first date in & also their honeymoon. It has a little over 13,000 miles on it. All original. (Except tires and wheels). My Dad was the original owner, and my Mom kept the car when my Dad passed away.
    7 points
  12. Saturday i called into my favorite parts store to nut out my header issue on the Q and look what was sitting outside
    7 points
  13. Well guys, I never thought I'd ever see this car again. Here is a photo of my very first Pontiac, originally a Regatta Blue 1973 Pontiac Lemans Sport Coupe. It had a 350 v8, 2-bbl, AC, and a 375 TH transmission, and a white vinyl interior. I purchased this car shortly after I graduated from high school. I graduated in 1978. I drove the car for about a year and then the rust started coming thru the rear quarter panels. So the following summer, in 1979, I started sanding and bondoing the car. I eventually primered, block sanded and then applied six coats of Martinique Blue Poly (a 1978 Tran
    7 points
  14. Lookin back, it's amazing how brand Loyal we were on everything. (and many of us still are) The win on Sunday = sales on Monday generation. From the Big 3 car manufacturers to every sticker/sponsor on our favorite racers. You can't say racing in any form without thinkin Valvoline, Penzzoil, Castrol, STP on the tip of your tongue as you walked into the auto parts store. But these were competing with your favorite/trusted gas stations, Mobil, Shell, Texaco, Exxon, Sinclair oil companys to name a few for your oil needs. Other than Mobil, where do the rest of the oil brands blend into the l
    7 points
  15. So i figured i start a tread about the progress on our car and start adding as we go. We bought this 64 LeMans from a coworker that had it sitting in his backyard for 20 years, his dad bought it from the original owner. The engine was rebuilt 20years ago, newer started and sat with out intake or spark plugs. When i initially looked at the car i thought it was to rough and needed to much work but the more i thought about it i just could not let it slip away.
    6 points
  16. My 1969 Firebird 400 numbers matching
    6 points
  17. Thanks for allowing me to join the show! It's been 30 years since I've owned a trans am. This 76 needed an engine,trans and some tlc. It's almost ready.
    6 points
  18. Finally!!!!! Prix went to body shop yesterday! I'm seeing progress!!! When the tow-truck driver started her to put on the rollback he exclaimed "Damn, that sounds good!".
    6 points
  19. To all a toast to a Merry Christmas & to all Cruze on!
    6 points
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  21. This is its brother, a 66 Catalina I call Barry! you have a beautiful car. I hope to see it up close some day.
    6 points
  22. 1997 Grand Prix GTP...Dark teal with rare matching interior...
    6 points
  23. ‘69 Firebird 400 fully restored frame-off restoration.
    6 points
  24. Our family grew up restoring and showing Firebirds, and this one is the third that we have owned. I think my parents have a special place in their heart for 1968's since that was the year they were married:) This Firebird was so original that when it was purchased about 15 years ago the rear color match seat belts were still bundled in their original plastic. I purchased the Pontiac Historical Society information kit on this car and loved reading about the $800+ in extras that were ordered... the push button AM radio cost as much as the Rally wheels!
    6 points
  25. i have a 1962 tempest convertible i live in Quebec Canada
    6 points
  26. Thanks for the add I’m running a 400 with a 200,4R and desert gears 23 mpg on the hwy and I drive the tires off her every chance I get
    6 points
  27. I got to spend almost 2 days working on Lucy this weekend. It was hot and it was even hotter working with the heat gun! I think I tweaked my knee in the process. It's been screaming at me all night and all day today. It hasn't hurt this bad in months. I have the dash installed. I had to re-use the old engine and power connections from the old console tach I had, so I ended up butchering both ends of that new wiring harness - go figure.... so much for buying a pre-made one! LOL! The tach now works and works well! I zip tied up the excess wire under the dash. I ended up taking the hea
    6 points
  28. Well this is the first look at the Indian with the new front cover/splitter/emblem! Not finished quite yet, but getting close. A couple more weeks. Really weird to have it on the ground after 10+ months in the air! It’s usually on the ground by late May! Took it out around the block to see what the new NACA duct setup and tranny cooler we’re like! It was well worth the work, that’s all I can say! Been a strange year! Still have the inserts for the front cover to finish, as well as the plenum cover and still need to install the interior racing foot pad!
    6 points
  29. Official 2020 COVID-19 inspirired logo.
    6 points
  30. Like so many things, the Back to the Bricks events in Flint Michigan were cancelled due to CCVID-19, but that didn't stop many folks from cruising Saginaw St. (also known locally as the Bricks) it anyway on what would normally be the rolling cruise night. Cruisers were waaaay down from normal, but us diehards were out. Stewy and I even met up, parked, and watched the cruisers go by. It was a pleasure to set down with another FP'er and chat all things cars with him. He and I will hook up again in the near future for sure. Some of these photos are blurry than I'd like, but I was rollin
    6 points
  31. Three years ago my son and I drove to Nebraska to buy my first GTO. I was specifically looking for a 70-72, green project that wasn’t going to break the bank. We had a great time. The car turned out to be more work than I anticipated but it’s getting closer to paint and may see the road this year. When I get done more time I’ll start a build thread. I have tons of pictures on my Instagram page also. I use the same name on Instagram.
    6 points
  32. When your driving on the shoulder instead of the road, ya know it's springtime in Michigan.
    6 points
  33. 1969 Trans Am tribute pro touring 1999 Trans Am 30th Anniversary
    6 points
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  35. 1969 428 in a 1931 Pontiac.
    6 points
  36. My 80 Sunbird (JUSTA6) and matching trailer. Justa 6 N Justa66 hangin out
    6 points
  37. Our first car ( my brother and I), 1940 Pontiac coupe, flathead 6, 3 on the tree.
    6 points
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