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31pontiac's 1959 Bonneville

2019 December
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4 bucket 67

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4 bucket 67 last won the day on August 28 2018

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About 4 bucket 67

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    Learning to Fly

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  • Location
    Clarion,PA
  • Interests
    Car shows and cruises

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Brad Mahle
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1967
  • Car
    GTO
  • Trim
    GTO
  • Engine
    455
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Blue

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  1. Thanks for the votes, there were many nice, as well as unique cars to vote for. This will be my 1st calendar to be pictured in. I can't wait to see it!
  2. Eastbound and down, nice car , Congrats!
  3. Congrats, the silver really pops!
  4. Thanks, for the comments, I appreciate getting the votes. Maybe I'll have the chance to meet some of you at POCI, or Indian Uprising.
  5. Thanks, that was taken west of Colorado Springs , I think near Canon City. 2 years ago.
  6. Hope I have a chance at calendar, many nice backgrounds and cars so far . This pic was taken in Montana en route to GTOAA in Seattle from Pennsylvania. The car has been changed to rear buckets , and full length console .
  7. Thanks for the responses , I just finished putting in a mechanical gauge , a 195 degree thermostat , and a 16 lb. cap ( all at engine builders request ) . Car is at 205 at idle and driving , and up to 215 with a/c on driving . Some are telling me that is normal .
  8. This is my 1st forum , hope I'm doing it right . I have a 67 GTO , with a new engine , that overheats like the old one . My electric rally gauge is incorrect , and I'm using an infrared thermometer currently . At an idle of less than 1000 rpm temp is about 170 degrees on front of intake , and about 185 or less on radiator tank . At 2000 rpm , I get to 200 degrees at intake , and close to 215 at rad. I've mounted a 3000 cfm pulling , cooling fan within my original fan shroud . The car has Vintage Air , and trans cooler , but will still slightly pull a bag to the grill . It really doesn't do any more for the temp than the clutch fan . I have an aluminum rad that is supposed to flow more than the old one . The engine is a 455 with 670 heads , and 30cc dished pistons that are supposed to make it less than 9.5:1 . I'm planning to drive to the GTOAA convention in WA from PA on July 9 , but only if car is drivable . Please give any answers that may help . Thanks , Brad
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