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31pontiac last won the day on June 7

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  1. Frosty, I don't know if you heard this already, but I recently read on the PY forum that 2 of the PPA HoF names are John DeLorean and Jim Wangers. Sorry if it is old news.
  2. I will be at the Pypes show (have been to every one so far) on Saturday. And I am planning to get to the GTOAA Nats on Friday. I will try to get you that info.
  3. Pypes Exhaust / Max Performance Car Show Is June 29-30 in Hatfield PA just 20 minutes away from the GTOAA National convention in Valley Forge. Registration and info at www.pypesexhaust.com/carshow
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    POTM Vote, May 2018

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    Did Pontiac Ever Build a Truck?

    Back to the subject of Pontiac trucks, here's an interesting picture of a local butcher shop's 3 Pontiac panel delivery trucks ( 1 '35 and 2 '36's ). Don't know anymore about them, but the delivery bodies look very much like the body on the '27. The local Pontiac dealership was only 1/2 mile away from the butcher.
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    Did Pontiac Ever Build a Truck?

    Let's not forget these 3, my favorite of which is the Crestline "75 Years of Pontiac Oakland ".
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    Did Pontiac Ever Build a Truck?

    Pontiac did sell trucks in the U.S.A. beginning late in 1926 as 1927 models. They offered the panel delivery and the screen -type delivery. After that, GMC took over selling the very same truck with the same Pontiac engines, but with a GMC grille. It was called the GMC T-11. They also made ( in the U.S.) sedan deliveries from 1949 through 1953.
  8. We also had a 1984 6000STE. It was our first new car. Two-tone blue with a blue cloth interior. It was a major leap for me to have a car with no points, a digital dash, and (how did they get away with this?) factory fog lights! 🤔 Until then, the newest car I had ever owned was a 1970 Formula 400 Firebird.
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    Show us your Pontiac Emblem!

    1931 radiator shell badge and a 1960 badge from the fuel door, each style was used one year only.
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    31pontiac's '31 Pontiac

    Thanks Frosty. Not everyone is aware of what it takes to build a car like this, so I thought I would show just some of the modifications that we have done without going into too much detail and boring people. Nice to hear from those who appreciate this thread.
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    31pontiac's '31 Pontiac

    Back to the seats. Looking to create a little more head and leg room, I searched for an alternative to the MG Midget seats I had., and came up with a pair of Austin-Healey 3000 bucket seats. Together with some modified Corvette C3 seat adjusters I was able to create a little extra space in both directions. Along with the seats, I installed a much modified '65 Tempest/ LeMans/ GTO 2-speed automatic shifter mated to the Turbo 350 trans with a conversion from Shiftworks ( before and after pics).
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    31pontiac's '31 Pontiac

    Doors finally fitted.
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    31pontiac's '31 Pontiac

    Replacing the wood in the doors was the next thing we addressed, and getting them to fit in their opening after the chop proved to be a real challenge. it required removing a triangular piece of the door skin and a lot of fine tuning.
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