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Frosty

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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

Forever Pontiac

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

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  1. You reminded me of this old bit by Cosby.
  2. The major wiring harness for the steering column is near the base of the steering column, close to the floorboard. However, the neutral safety wiring harness is located within the shifter console. Here is the major wiring diagram for an '82 V8 Firebird. I think this will probably help.
  3. Frosty

    Thank You Veterans

    To all veterans, I say “Thank You for Your Service!” To Vietnam Veterans, I add “Welcome Home Brother!”
  4. Frosty

    FWD ground pounder - Last Indian

    That is Grai/John Beal’s original Jury logo. That was developed by Stampede Pontiac. Paul Deesen is a retired GM designer. He designed the 66-67GTO, the original S-10 Blazer, and helped on countless other GM cars. I asked Paul to develop a Jury logo for me, as if Pontiac were going to produce it. It is the logo that is embroidered on Lucy’s headrests. I will send you a picture.
  5. Depends on what you are looking for. Drivetrain parts are plentiful from multiple sources. Original Parts Group (OPGI) carries a whole line of Bonneville / Catalina parts. Sheet metal parts you may have to rely on specialty salvage yards.
  6. Frosty

    What is Going On Here?

    I was right.....I found this in the latest issue of Smoke Signals.
  7. Frosty

    Craigslist '81 Camaro For Sale

    I love this one. A '76 455 Super Duty huh? Yeah. Sure. Best part - "headers has headers on exhaust" !!!! https://boston.craigslist.org/gbs/cto/d/73-trans-am-super-duty-455/6738006051.html Boy the pictures really bring this baby home too.
  8. My guess would be either a severe alignment problem (toe-in/toe-out), drag link (loose tie rod end, idler or pitman arm or center links), or possibly some sort of bad ball joint problem based on the wear on your tires. You may also have a camber problem based on the way your front tires lean. Take it to a reliable alignment shop and have them diagnose all your front suspension woes. I suspect you probably have more than one.
  9. Frosty

    FWD ground pounder - Last Indian

    I've been busy as crap settling my folks estate, cleaning out their house and putting it on the market, sold my Dad's S10 Blazer (was my old Blazer once upon a time), establishing and managing the trust, etc., etc., etc. I've been so busy that I almost can't think straight. I will soon have money for more toys and I can afford a toy box too. Hopefully this all gets wrapped up in the next few months. I did pick up my Dad's '94 Roadmaster Limited. I now have a land yacht or a whale with a Corvette LT1 motor in it! My first fab request would be to create a logo / medallion for the front grille. I'd like to make a 3D "Jury" logo based on the one Paul Deesen designed for me, have it chromed and painted and bolted to the front grille of Lucy like the original GTO logo. A second, slightly smaller one could be glued or adhesive taped to the dash above the glove box, like the old Judge logo. I noticed how well you did your revised Pontiac arrowhead.
  10. Frosty

    New Guy, Old Car!

    Great work. You must love coming across all the shortcut fixes that people have done to the car over all the decades.
  11. Frosty

    The Photogeekery Thread

    The fall colors really didn't come out until recently. It was due to the warm temperatures in the early fall and lack of a hard freeze until recently. So the last two weeks we have seen most of the color and then "boom", a rapid falling of leaves. There is no one particular picturesque spot. A lot of people like to take fall color tours to northern lower Michigan as well as in the upper peninsula, usually taking back roads near one of the many inland or Great Lakes. We have the Great Lakes Circle Tour (see link below). Many state parks and the Manistee National Forest would provide excellent photo opportunities as well. Michigan.org also lists some very popular fall color tour routes - especially near many of the urban areas. http://www.greatlakescircletour.org/tours/overview.html https://www.michigan.org/article/trip-idea/fall-color-tours
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    A Minimalist Fiero

    I suppose so. I didn't think of it that way. I saw more as a "dune buggy".
  13. Frosty

    What is Going On Here?

    I thought you folks might enjoy reading about what else is coming to the Pontiac-Oakland Transportation Museum. Seems like Chief Pontiac is moving to Pontiac. I understand that an article about this statue and it's restoration will be featured in a future article in Smoke Signals, for those of you who are POCI members. I am sure that JUSTA6, Indymanjoe, notallthere or I will take photos of it once it arrives and the museum opens. https://www.wsoctv.com/news/north-carolina/chief-pontiac-statue-gets-cosmetic-surgery-before-move/860702150?
  14. Interesting article about a "customized" Fiero. It's definitely not my cup of tea, but it definitely takes the Fiero's space frame in a different direction. http://gmauthority.com/blog/2018/10/minimalist-pontiac-fiero-needs-a-new-home/
  15. https://www.motorauthority.com/news/1119755_chevrolet-silverado-zh2-concept-surfaces-via-gm-defense
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