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indymanjoe

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indymanjoe last won the day on December 25 2020

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About indymanjoe

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    Hartland MI
  • Interests
    Hunting,snowmobiling and working on the Lemans

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Joe
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    72
  • Car
    Lemans
  • Engine
    400 4bbl
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Shadow Gold

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  1. His welding slag is art..
  2. I thought all bridges and roads in general required burnouts..LOL I'll take a vid when me and Michelle go over that one.
  3. This whole thread is full of awesomness! So cool Lisa found us! Keep the memory's coming! I love to hear these kind of story's. Never heard of this car until today. The craftsmanship is stunning! Reminds me of another artist on this site.. ps i would love that cookbook! Peanut butter is my Favorite
  4. Dealers have no clue what they have most of the time. They know the selling words ie Judge emblem on glove box,spoiler,hood tach etc.. but the less they " know" the less their held accountable for the frauds they sell. Yea in my opinion its a Lemans,,as obviously stated above.
  5. i run a 45 gap on my car. seemed to be the consensus when i went to HEI. supposedly its a hotter spark because of the bigger gap. which will change the timing sequence so you may have to experiment. My engine liked the change but i did'nt dyno the changes. Justa something to think about ( or in my case obsess over) . chasing power is a never ending game. Learn how to read your plugs (i'm learning daily) as thats a good indicator of where ya want to be.
  6. Terry did you go from points to HEI ? the gap of the plug should be increased if that's the case.
  7. He had a cam for sale awhile ago..priced the same (can't remember the exact price).
  8. Also found out Onondaga dragway will be opening this summer! So that makes 3 tracks i can drive to now! Hmmm actually four including mid michigan motorplex.
  9. Still waiting for rubber burning season or as some call it summer. Worried about dropping the original driveshaft at the track with some sticky tires so i had this one made by shaftmasters in Lincoln park Mi. picked it up yesterday. 3 1/2 steel with forged trans yoke and 1350 u joints on both ends. waiting for the driveshaft loop to get here then its all going in. hopefully this weekend. $404.00 out the door. aluminum would've been more but for what i do this is just fine.
  10. Welcome to the site! You sure make it look easy! Any car shows you go to down there? I would be happy to head down with the Lemans this summer and meet up. He is looking for todays gaps on an old car. First thing i noticed was how nice and even they are.
  11. must be justa the angle of pics..
  12. I love seeing you and your brother parking waaay far from Dad's car! LOL welcome to the site. http://www.wallaceracing.com/engine.htm I think you are right as well.
  13. Very nice Bird! whats going on with the drivers seat? pics look different pass to drivers side. Height factor?
  14. should be held in place with a clip under/behind the lower dash panel.
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