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2020 July
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JUSTA6

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  1. So happy for ya!!! Beautiful job with much to be proud of.
  2. How much would a valve guide bit run? Spring compressor is simply unexcuseable if he really does headwork.
  3. You JUSTA can't seem to catch a break man. While it's true most all heads are all aluminum these days, kinda funny he's accepting work knowing he doesn't have the tools to work on it. I was laughing as I hit the submit button, as then your post went. Figured I had ya beat by .10 sec. holeshot. Somehow ya beat me on the big end!!!!
  4. For 2g more than a GTO I know of......It'sa great deal!!!!! For what you can see, looks pretty good. Wondering about the rust situation on the floor pans, rockers, trunk. The underhood rust probs are easy fix. I'd buy it.
  5. Experimenting would get costly quick. But I'd be dumb enough to try a metal blade on my ban saw. Set the depth guide @ 1/2 and make an L shaped piece to go on the square (so your material being cut rides up on the lip of the L) Never used on anything as thin as 30ga, but have cut thin plexi strips like that. Seems like copper would resist bending and cut fairly well, while moving very slow. Can't leave me hangin....how did ya cut it???
  6. It will all blow away before they can get it home on the trailer!! Actually a Saudi Prince bought it, sent the guy a check for $15,000.00 as he didn't know what the shipping cost would be. Told him to cash it and return the extra $6900.
  7. You guys Musta missed he's building a 535 with the help from the co owner of allpontiac. Using some of the parts from the 350. Agree with Frosty and Last Indian. 8 second car is not streetable, 10 sec is really the outside limit. 11's as Last Indian said would be a realistic goal (and fastest car in the school parkin lot!) and both brought up the safety issues that must be met to run it on the strip. They are there to keep you safe. Now I'm late to the party as reply's are already in front of my post.
  8. JUSTA6

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    Welcome to FP. Did anyone mention we like pic's.
  9. You are exactly what we like to see around here. Young guys pickin up the torch and keeping the Pontiac spirit going. Welcome to the site! Look forward to watching your build.
  10. A convertible frame is by far the strongest and would require the least work if your planning on building a high HP ride.
  11. Glad your back home Ol buddy. JUSTA being home has to be a great step up in your recovery. You continue to be in the thoughts N prayers.
  12. Good luck on that one. 42 years and I haven't done it yet! What were you doing over here without stoppin by??? I see how you are.
  13. Of course you do....it'sa PONTIAC. Welcome to the site.
  14. When your driving on the shoulder instead of the road, ya know it's springtime in Michigan.
  15. That was JUSTA fart.... and how did you know?
  16. Ol skool for the win! Rims with real tires instead of these rubber bands. My daughter with her G6 has wiped out front and rear at the same time!!!! Destroying tires and rims. I still buy G6 rims whenever I see them. Have 3 spare rims....2 with tires.
  17. IDK.....sure wasn't $$$$
  18. Nothin usable would come anywhere near $5000. Engine/ drivetrain maybe rims. That much rust, ya know anything electrical is shot. Even hood N decklid are full of dents. Old Pontiac's never die......they become legends!!!! Til rust do us part. Goodbye.
  19. Glad you found the cause and can finally get to fixin it right.
  20. Indy....really should keep in touch bro.
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