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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

2019 August
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rickmpontiac

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rickmpontiac last won the day on February 17

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About rickmpontiac

  • Rank
    Century Club
  • Birthday June 17

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  • Location
    McKinney Texas
  • Interests
    Classic Cars - Especially GTOs, Woodworking

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Rick
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1967
  • Car
    GTO
  • Trim
    GTO
  • Engine
    400
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Red

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  1. This is the Dallas Area Pontiac Association display at Autorama.
  2. Welcome to FP. Yep, we like to see pictures!
  3. Thanks Frosty, Yes, I have a copy of the body and service manuals for the car and that's way the replacement is described. Was just looking for experience that might indicate there's more to it than described, and to see if there any 'gotchas' that might be good to know.
  4. Hello Frosty - Yes, that's the plan. I was mostly looking for any experience that might validate my plan to get to the evaporator core by only removing the inner fender, and any experience with aftermarket replacements from someone like Old Air. Thanks for the input.
  5. Welcome to FP. Great looking car, especially like the color
  6. Congratulations to everyone who were selected for this year's calendar. Too bad everyone who entered couldn't have been chosen. Great looking cars!!
  7. After replacing my A/C compressor it seems that my evaporator core may be leaking. After using the A/C the last time I noticed that the condensation that dripped on the floor of my garage was oily and had a green tint, probably from the leak detect PAG oil. There's also residue around the drain hole along the rear bottom edge of the right front fender. After some research and review of the Pontiac service manual, I'm planning to remove the inner fender and replace the evaporator core with a unit from Old Air. Just wondering if anyone has experience with this and has any advice to offer. Classic Auto Air offers a service to restore evaporator cores and the housing, but they require a core that doesn't leak.
  8. I need to apologize to FredZeppelin for not getting a picture of his outstanding Grand Prix [emoji20] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. It was a great show this year and always fun to combine a Pontiac event with Cavanaugh Flight Museum. IMG_8774.MOV IMG_8775.MOV
  10. Thanks Bear for the feedback. The factory fan and vent system will not help anyone in the back seat. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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