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cowboydanny last won the day on May 6 2019

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    MN
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    Old pontiacs

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Dan
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1931
  • Car
    Sport Sedan
  • Trim
    4 Doo
  • Engine
    350
  • Style
    Sedan
  • Color
    TBD

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  1. Yeah I have no idea how to even tell what it is. Other than the valve covers said 69 pont on them. Too dirty to see any numbers besides the intake.
  2. So any idea what engine this would be? This ones in the 66 wagon. This is the 59s engine. Last picture is the transmission cooler. This thing also has a trailer brake controller.
  3. The 59 is pretty rusty. Lower 6-8 inches are almost gone all the way down the sides
  4. There are three other 59s I've found in original condition none are Safaris, one for 3950 in much worse shape, for for 3000 with no hood of drivetrain, and one for 5950 with no glass in worse shape. But again no Safaris just the basic Catalina wagons. Grandpa took good care of his stuff but it's been sitting for 20+ years. I would think a plastic gas can in the truck roadkill style, a new battery and a little monkey wrenching and it would run easy. And yes they have the titles signed and ready to go.
  5. So as of right now they are asking $4000 for the 66 Catalina Wagon And $6000 for the 59 Catalina Safari wagon. And $1500 for the 61 mallard camper that they used to tow with the 59. Rumor has it both cars only have about 20,000 miles on the engines that are in them. I believe that I am going out there this weekend to look them over and get better photos. Dan
  6. That one is not a safari though, not sure how much that adds in value.
  7. Yup as soon as I hear back from them on listing amount I planned on it. But since a few were following this I thought I'd update it here first.
  8. Wagons buyer has been flaky so they are going to post the wagons for sale. If any of you are interested let me know they are in central MN still in the barn. Anyone else what do you think is a good price for these wagons in their condition. $4000, $6000, $1million dollars.
  9. Wow that's what it will look like I can't wait to get mine done as well. I'm hoping I can take it to a jeweler to have restored. Did you have the one that goes on your dash redone too?
  10. If my buddy gets them their patina will stay as is and they will be back up and running in no time. They found all the titles today so now just have to arrange a meet up for him to look them over.
  11. My brother in law is helping his family clean out grandpas shed. There are several vehicles from Shwinn bikes to motorhomes and everything in between. The list goes 07 Jeep Cherokee, 87 Astro van, 88 Supra, 49 ford F4 dually, motorhome, 1961 Mallard Camper which was towed by a 1959 Pontiac Catalina Safari station wagon (they put a boat on the roof of the wagon and a dirt bike on the back of the camper), and a 1966 Pontiac Catalina station wagon. Below are the two wagons. My neighbor is likely buys the wagons and camper that went with the one. But he has to help get them all out too. Quite the
  12. Hey y'all I need to find some parts to order looks like I need to have my fuel cell custom made. The 31 Pontiac 4 door sedan fuel cell is quite different from the Chevy fuel tanks I can order online. So I have a couple people I know willing to build it but I need to find a fuel tank filler neck bung with cap and a fuel pump so a flange can be welded in for that to bolt too. Tips? suggestions? Hoping to go EFI but not sure yet I have a nice carb already that came with the crate engine. Thanks, Dan
  13. Yup need a different solution for the gas tank that guy water $3000 to build the gas tank. For 3grand I'll go to the votec and take advanced welding classes and build it myself.
  14. Ok hey everyone. I know how everyone likes suspense, Well here's the update on the 31 and life. My wife started working full time and is very proud of her new big girl job. It's her first full time M-F job since we started our family. So now we can start putting money into savings....maybe I should name the car that "savings account" instead of "Pete" cause everything was for Pete's sake. Lol. So I have two complete leaf springs one front and one back. I brought those into our local spring shop and it's gonna be $400 a piece x4..... ouch. This month is also 3 paycheck month for me so that help
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