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About Frosty

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  • Birthday 03/19/1960

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    Davison, Michigan
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    Cars & trucks, 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. Anyone going to be in Charleston WV next week for the Doo Wop?
  2. Frosty

    My '78 Firebird Esprit

    Sounds like one tire needs replacing for sure. As for the driver side being wider than the passenger side, what are the tire measurements on both sides? If the tire sizes are the same, then I'm guess the back spacing between the two rims is different and you need to get two consistent rims.
  3. Frosty

    69 Lemans.... just love it

    Hey Doug, so is your Lemans right-hand drive since you appear to be a New Zealander? We have lots on Pontiac A-body knowledge here. Just let us know what you interested in learning.
  4. Frosty

    Sellers INDIAN Summer car show

    Greg’s wife Ramona is a real sweetheart. This only their third show all year. They are caring for Greg’s mom full time now.
  5. Frosty

    Service manuals?

    I purchase original GM service manuals at swap meets or I purchase on electronic copy that has electronically digitized the entire service manual for my car. So that generally means two manuals, the Service manual and the Body Service Manual. The body service manual is usually body-specific or what was (then Fisher Body). You can often find these manuals on eBay or perhaps even Amazon. I have two sets of hard copy manuals plus a digital version (as a backup) for Lucy. Body Service Manual https://www.amazon.com/Fisher-Body-1969-Service-Manual/dp/B000RY84UC/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1537806670&sr=1-2&keywords=1969+pontiac+service+manual Service Manual https://www.amazon.com/PONTIAC-UNABRIDGED-REPAIR-SERVICE-MANUAL/dp/B00H8VYUFK/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1537806670&sr=1-1&keywords=1969+pontiac+service+manual
  6. Good luck to everyone! Lots of great cars and tough choices.
  7. Frosty

    Sellers INDIAN Summer car show

    Be happy to Justa. I can't say enough good things about yesterday. This is what its all about. Good friends, great cars, and good times. Its a shame the car show season is ending here in Michigan. I have one last car show myself, and that is the Charleston WV Rod Run and Doo Wop and then its time to put Lucy away for the winter. Sigh.... The three Amigos cars. JUSTAG's Little Red was already put away for the winter. Indyman Joe is applying undercoating to the bottom of his car the natural way....one burn out at a time! Joe - you're my hero! This '73 GTO brings back some memories. I nearly bought a '73 GTO out of high school and instead bought a blue and white Lemans Sport Coupe instead. Memories. You don't see the downsized Lemans and Grand Prixes from the late 70s to early 80s much at car shows these days. It's refreshing to see one. Sharp Lemans. You really don't see supercharged Tuned Ports in 3rd-gen Trans Ams.. This was awesome to see. Makes me miss my Trans Am. Lots of GTOs at the show. This last '70 GTO won Best in Class and Best Paint. Both very well deserved. Side by side 72 Trans Ams. Not part of the show but still cool '94 Caprice wagon. Buicks weren't biohazards at this show. Yeah! Nice Riv. Boom boom acka-lacka lacka boom! Open the door, get on the floor, Everybody walk the dinosaur! By far my favorite vehicle at the show, was the 5-window '53 GMC Pickup. A true dedication to the old Sinclair gasoline, complete with a mock-up of Dino the Dinosaur in the bed. THe art work was fun too. The finishing touch was the hood ornament. A true hot rod with 4-wheel disc brakes and a BBC.
  8. Frosty

    Our Pontiac in a museum!

    Way cool honor my friend. Also, its cheap winter storage!!!!!
  9. I will Justa have Charleston after this show left. Hopefully a lot of things will change this winter.
  10. Frosty

    Golling show

    I can only hope Justa!
  11. The 30th Annual Bob Seller's Indian Summer Buick-Pontiac-GMC car show will be held this Sunday, 9-23-2018 at the Bob Seller's Buick-GMC dealership at 38000 Grand River Ave in Farmington Hills, Michigan. After the show, we will be cruising to Baker's Inn in Milford. Registration is $15 at the door. This is the last show in the SE Michigan Tri-Power series of shows. Prizes will be awarded to those people who registered for all three shows. https://www.sellersbuickgmc.com/Sellers-Show-Registration
  12. I don't know anyone that makes a formal lift kit for the Catalina - let alone 4-5 inches. You may need to go with a universal kit and adapt it to the Catalina. What is the purpose of lifting the car that much? Larger wheels and tires?
  13. Frosty

    My '78 Firebird Esprit

    Check your tires. See if you have a flat spot on tires or worse, maybe one of your tires has had a steel belt separate. You are looking for a visible blemish in the tire. I had this happen once on a my '80 Buick Regal. It was my daily driver at the time and it would wobble at low speed and stop at higher speeds. I bad a broken steel belt and I had to replace the tire. In my case it was my right rear tire.
  14. Frosty

    Golling show

    People kept asking me where my flashlight was. I kept reminding them it was daylight. So this is what's going to happen when Big Chief and Murder Nova get old! Next time I hope there's nitrous or least bigger batteries!
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