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Frosty last won the day on April 23

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About Frosty

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

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  1. Frosty

    Remote Oil Filters

    I run Ram Air Reproduction exhaust manifolds on my 455 in my '72 Lemans. I have the oil filter in the stock location - I've had no problems. That's my two cents.
  2. Freejak - its been awhile since I've been in the shop, however, Paper Weight is absolutely the most appropriate name for this cat. It literally lies on the counter, anyone's desk and paper work, etc. like a true paper weight. Janie and her twin sister run the business office and their brother Rob runs the machine shop operations. So just explain what all you are looking for. They will be honest with you for sure.
  3. SPRINT6 - do you know if Thomas Bonsall extended his book all the way thru the end of Pontiac (2010)? Just curious.
  4. Thanks for sharing Last Indian. I had not seen the screen side version. So I learned something too. I had not forgotten about the sedan deliveries. As I pointed out earlier, the distinction in the 40s/50s between a panel delivery and sedan delivery was the truck vs. a car chassis respectively. Since the topic was focused on truck, I omitted the sedan deliveries. If we are talking about sedan deliveries, let's not forget the Vega/Astre/Sunbird sedan deliveries of the mid-to-late 70s.
  5. For Ford fans, this is great news - especially if you have the cash to af-FORD one!!!! https://www.autoblog.com/2018/04/19/ford-mustang-boss-302-429-mach1-classic-recreations/
  6. Frosty

    Pontiac Motor Dudes

    JUSTA interesting side note, Gordon Heidacker, was the founder of Heide Performance Products (or HPP for short). They produced the '69 Trans Am Camaro tribute car that sold at Barrett-Jackson last year and they built the original Daytona kit that went on GE's Challenger. HPP was based in Madison Heights Michigan as well. I'd drive by it once in awhile on my way home from the GM Tech Center in Warren MI. It was just a few blocks south of 14 Mile Road. ZTA was another Trans Am Depot wanna-be company that transformed Camaros into Firebird/Trans Ams.
  7. Now this is interesting - PMD Garage - Pontiac Motor Dudes. I sure hope this is a success. http://www.theoaklandpress.com/general-news/20180417/pontiac-motor-dudes-to-open-hot-rod-speed-shop-in-downtown-pontiac
  8. Frosty

    1st show of 18

    Duh! Dough...I need more dough!
  9. Frosty

    1st show of 18

    Most definitely Last Indian. It was great to get out of the house for sure.
  10. Frosty

    1st show of 18

    Karma has been a bitch for me and Lucy at this show. Last year, the power top and windows didn't want to go up. That ended up being a failed relay and broken hydraulic lines that plagued me all last summer. This year I dragged Lucy out for this first time all winter, I start her up and the brake idiot light comes on. I checked the brake reservoir and the back half is empty. So I was a little late meeting JUSTA and Indyman Joe because I had to stop at a nearby parts store, get brake fluid, and top of the reservoir. Long story short, this is why I bought the new lines from Inline Tube, in the first place now I just have to get them installed. Lucy is going into the shop this week. You don't see side exhaust much anymore. I still think they look badass on the right car. Love the shifter! Gotta love a motor that is taller than the roof!
  11. I am friends with the good folks at Givens Machine Shop in Charleston WV. Contact Janie Givens at (304) 342-0171. Tell them Dennis from Michigan referred you. Ask them how the shop cat named "Paper Weight" is doing. They do Chevys, Ford, Pontiacs, and diesels. They should be able to help you.
  12. Huh....that's higher than I thought you'd give me. Pity. We have Yooper jokes here in Michigan (poking fun at people from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan). Q: How do you ya' know if it's summer in da' Yoop? A: It's da tree months of bad sledding!
  13. Roger Roger, we have clearance Clarence, what's our vector Victor?
  14. I thought it was still funny. How badly does it translate into Canuckistanti?
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