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Frosty

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About Frosty

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  • Birthday 03/19/1960

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

Forever Pontiac

  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1972
  • Car
    Lemans
  • Trim
    Sport
  • Engine
    455
  • Style
    Convertible
  • Color
    Lucerne Blue w/ White

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  1. Eggcellent yokes! Is that a problem? I don't see it!!!!
  2. Sorry bud - it was not me. Lucy is still down for the count. I worked on Lucy on Saturday. Still having turn signal and h-beam not working / issues. I ordered and installed new LED flashers. That didn't do anything to help the situation. I honest think it is the original circuit board. Here is a photo of the circuit at the connection. I'd say she is pretty well shot. I ordered yet a 3rd circuit board from OPGI. I hope this is finally the correct one..
  3. Wow! I was about to send Dualquadpete your way to see if you and the missus were still alive!!!! I hope guys are doing well. Tried calling the cell and the house a few times - no answer.
  4. Fitzy - I am fan of both. Do what pleases you mate. After all, it's your car and your wallet. You could DUB the car for all I care and it would still look great. People might look at you funny but it's still a gorgeous car.
  5. JUSTA's video reminds me of the ol' Detroit Dragway. My dad took my brother and I to it as kids. My brother was a huge drag race fan as kids. I remember it was an AHRA event. I remember seeing Sox & Martin, Connie Lakita, Shirley Muldowney, Don Garlits, Grumpy Bill Jenkins, and Don "the SNake" Prudhoome. I was in drag racing valhallia in those days. Sadly Detroit Dragway is gone. Now a trucking depot sits were it use to be.
  6. Now that I have this original as a refernce for scale, I hope to make a few more of these for myself. I want to make a Buick one that had the iconic gold eagle silhouette on it and a old school AC Spark Plug/Delco Remy one. Who knows, I might even make one like the one over Flint Assmebly with the GMC and Chevy Trucks logos. But first I need a pole barn.
  7. I remember Ternstedt DIvision. We had a Ternstedt plant in Flint when I was a kid. They made chromed pot metal parts for a variety of GM cars back in the day. It was the first GM plant to close in my life time, just not the last.
  8. Bolted to the side of semi trailers that left the factory, one per side. JUSTA will remember them.
  9. An Original "Big Daddy" Ed Roth GTO Tin Rat Fink in a Deuce - signed by Ed's widow "Trixie" Roth! Artwork by local Detroit artist Bob Stinson - signed by him too! A possible tribute to street racing on Woodward back in the day???? A gift from Notahllthere to me several years ago - I call it "Little Lucy"!
  10. You are the forum's grand pooba for a reason.
  11. Good luck to you Kiwi. Justa don't be crashing anything on your head! We don't want the beer to go to waste! Priorities!
  12. I'm with you on that Kiwi, we love. Sometimes I just wish California would hurry up and fall into the ocean and get it over with. So what they have effectively done is legistated people's choice. You must buy a zero emissions vehicle (e.g. electric) or a bicycle after 2035. So what happens to all the pre-2035 vehicles still on the road? Are they going to bring back Cash for Clunkers? Amazon has surprised me on some things. All the LED bulbs I bought for Lucy was a much better deal on Amazon that I've found anywhere else. It just goes to show that you have know what you are lookin
  13. Very cool ride. Welcome to FP!
  14. Can we get a moist towellette for Kiwi please? I think he's spilled more than his beer.
  15. Good for you Kiwi. Glad they are stepping up! Getting parts for our cars is no easy task anymore either. Granted is still easier for us than you. The classic era of muscle car parts is fading into the sunset for a lot of us. Sure small block Chevy parts are still plentiful. However, Pontiac stopped making new engines in 1981. So it is aftermarket or recycle existing parts all the way. What aggrevates me the most when I go to the local parts store is when I'm asking for more typical common parts, like brake components. "Yeah I need rear brake shoes for a 72 Pontiac Lemans. Nope - have to
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