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Frosty last won the day on December 15

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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

    A Shooting Brake Dodge Demon ? Why Not?

    Most definitely. I’d be a skipper of one these boats!!!
  2. Okay - before we get too excited - this is a what if. A photoshop. Still it's pretty awesome if you think about it. This could be the wagon that could probably pull the trailer from out underneath the boat! http://www.thedrive.com/news/25441/this-fan-made-dodge-challenger-demon-shooting-brake-rendering-has-us-writing-letters-to-santa
  3. I have a Pertronix II on my '72 Lemans distributor. I love it - no more points and dwell to worry about. My engine builder had an old Sun distributor curve machine so he could add a lighter spring/weight kit (~$10 from Summit), and re-curve the distributor to bring all the mechanical timing in at a lower RPM. I find most people who are not (yet) die hard Pontiac aficionados find out the hard way that Pontiac distributors run counter clockwise. I think your car will like straight and constant vacuum now. Fine tuning a rebuilt carb can sometimes be a pain.
  4. Correct, you would get full vacuum all the time to the vacuum advance unit by removing the TCS. This would clearly pull your vacuum advance in soon than you are currently use to with the TCS in place.
  5. Frosty

    62 grand prix

    I admit that I am surprised that GM Parts had it. GM has discontinued a lot of big car stuff over the years and if the aftermarket doesn't pick it up, then we are kinda' screwed. Keep in touch and let us know how your project goes - both your ups an downs. We all like to learn. Helping you was our pleasure.
  6. Frosty

    1983 Pontiac 6000STE

    Welcome to FP Stan. Love to see any Pontiac 6000s, but the STEs were the by far the best.
  7. It means the advance won't get full vacuum to the advance until you are out of 1st and 2nd gear, or if the engine is below 63F or above 263F. The TCS was an early emissions device. You can completely remove it from the system if you want, assuming you are not going for judged points (100 point restoration) or your state does not require emissions testing/original emissions equipment to remain in place and functioning.
  8. Frosty

    62 grand prix

    True. Let us know what you find out.
  9. I think this is the diagram you're looking for Bob.
  10. Frosty

    62 grand prix

    That's a tough one. I would try calling Old Air Products Old Air Products 1201 Forum Way South Fort Worth, TX 76140 817-531-2665. I know they reproduce some blower resistors so they might be able to help you or give you a lead.
  11. Frosty

    The Official Video Game Thread

    One last thing I will say about marriage - Sam Kinison was right....
  12. Frosty

    The Official Video Game Thread

    That doesn't change with marriage I want you to know. The only thing that changes when she is finally ready, "why aren't you ready?" and "why haven't you warmed up the car already?".
  13. Frosty

    The Official Video Game Thread

    I'd love to have 40 hours (and good weather) just to work on Lucy, Black Beauty or the Roadmonster.
  14. Frosty

    62 grand prix

    I am not sure if this is what you are asking for.... https://www.opgi.com/grand-prix/1962/cooling-heating/heater-blower-motors/GBC0574/
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