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Frosty

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About Frosty

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    Davison, Michigan
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    Cars & trucks, car shows, downhill skiing, travel, photography, Michigan college football, Olivet College baseball

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    Male
  • Year
    1972
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    Lemans
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    Sport
  • Engine
    455
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    Convertible
  • Color
    Lucerne Blue w/ White

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  1. This one is for JUSTA6....let's call this one JUSTA8! 1980 V8/4Spd Sunbird - $4100 https://bgky.craigslist.org/cto/d/smiths-grove-1980-v8-4spd-sunbird/7002714071.html
  2. You got that right. I am the guy who gets to take care of it. The battery went dead tonight. I have to put it on a trickle charger. Which Hummer are you talking about? Mine or Barry Martin's? 😁
  3. I've never seen them for sale - at least through the major Pontiac catalogs and online speed shops. I think having a set would make any modern Pontiac engine bay look very retro. I am tad jealous. Good look with your AC install. Please share pictures with us.
  4. Yes, I was very impressed at how clean and low miles it was. It was out of New Jersey according the dealer. The dealer in Michigan said they got it at auction. I looked in the usual rust spot areas since I've looked at my share of Hummers over the last 4 years, between the kid's and hers.
  5. I went with the wife last night to go to a used car dealership east of Derroit. It was an expensive evening. We came home with a 2007 Hummer H3 H3X with 60k miles, sunroof, I-5, leather seats. The red/orange hooks will be painted black come spring. So if you are keeping score at home, that means we now have 2 Pontiacs (Lucy and Black Beauty), 2 Chevrolets (Traverse and Colorado), 2 Hummers (a 2006 base and a 2007 H3X), and 1 Buick (the Roadmonster) for 3 drivers in the house hold, and not enough garage space for all of them either. I now have "his and hers Hummers", and I am not the "his". Dang it! BTW - both Hummers are white with black interiors. The 2006 has aluminium wheels while the 2007 has the black wheels. The 2006 has a chrome grille, the 2007 is painted white (body color) and has the brush guard. I suspect we will have side-by-side photos by the weekend. I wonder if I can find a rust free, low mileage H3 Alpha? Hmmm.
  6. DItto. Having been one of the few FP members to be privileged enough to actually see Stratman's latest ride up close and personal, it was an honor to vote for him. Again, congratulations to all who entered and to all who won. As FlyGTO said, it was a lot tough choices.
  7. Welcome. That a great looking Chieftain you have. I'm curious to know where you found the chrome "Pontiac Strato Streak" valve covers. Those are way cool. They really help set off the engine bay. Great job.
  8. Congratulations to the all the entrants and to the winners! Thanks for helping to make a great calendar by sharing your rides with us.
  9. Happy to help. Let us know how things work out. Oh, and be sure to post pictures. We LOVE pictures.
  10. Crower Enduro Aluminum Stud Mount Roller Rocker Arms - part # 72826-16 from Summit Racing. Crower Enduro Stainless Steel Stud Mount Roller Rocker Arms - part# 73626-16 also from Summit Racing. Both says they fit the 347 on a 3/8" stud. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cro-72826-16/overview/make/pontiac https://www.summitracing.com/parts/cro-73626-16/overview/make/pontiac If you are still not sure, call Butler Performance and get their recommendation. They are one of the premiere Pontiac engine builders in the country. https://butlerperformance.com/
  11. What is the trouble code you are getting with the check engine light? As for the tachometer being off, I would inspect the crankshaft sensor. See if it is dirty or damaged. This is where the PCM picks up the actual engine speed from.
  12. Good to know Sprint6. Still I kind like the Rivera too.
  13. I found this black and white photo of Leonard Nimoy, aka Mr. Spock, in front of his '70 GTO Judge. We knew Mr. Spock was cool, but this makes him even cooler. "Just when you thought Spock from Star Trek couldn't get any cooler. Here he is with his set of wheels - a 1970 GTO the "Judge." Check out the license plates that read "GR-RRR!' Imagine riding down the L.A. freeway and looking over and seeing Spock behind the wheel of this muscle car. The GTO was manufactured by Pontiac from 1964 to 1974. The vehicle was selected as the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1968. GTO stands for "Grand Tempest Option" - and is one of the fastest cars ever manufactured by Pontiac. Meanwhile, Mr. Spock was First Officer on the Starship Enterprise. Their mission was to boldly go where no man has gone before - and if a muscle car could get you there, all the better." https://groovyhistory.com/61-groovy-photos-that-captured-more-than-expected/24 Say what? Grand Tempest Option???? That is most illogical. Obviously the person who wrote this article is not much a car buff.
  14. I really, really like the two Olds Cutlass/442 convertibles. They look so regal. This looks like a true Continental (Mark II I think). It was a division of Ford from 1956-1960, then it was folded under Lincoln. These a gorgeous cars, which you seldom see anymore. The Jeepster convertible reminds me of my buddy's former '56 Kaiser Willy's Jeep pickup. The '57 Cadillac is outstanding, both the fins and the Dagmars. Again you don't really see these cars anymore.
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