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31pontiac last won the day on December 24 2018

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About 31pontiac

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  1. That calendar would look great hanging on the wall above my ‘31.
  2. Merry Christmas to everyone on ForeverPontiac!
  3. I am proof that project cars can be voted to win a spot on the calendar, check October for before and current pics of my 1931 Pontiac hot rod. I also would encourage others to do the same.

    • FOR SALE
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    I purchased this new during the 1980 model year from Pontiac. Damage to the lower lefthand corner was there when I received it (see pictures). Measures 21" wide x 14" high. $80.00 plus shipping.


    East Greenville , Pennsylvania - US

  5. Was honored to be invited to display our '59 Bonneville with 9 other cars in the America On Wheels Museum in Allentown, PA for their "Fabulous Fins of the '50's and '60's" display for the next 6 months.
  6. I happened to be there too. If I recall correctly there were 13 Can Ams together on the show field. Very impressive! Quite probably the most ever together at one time!
  7. Transformation of my 1931 Pontiac from stock to hot rod.
  8. I am not aware of any such kit, but I guess it could be possible.
  9. The blank is just a space filler, there were no extra gauges. If you didn't have the clock, you got the blank. They were usually mounted on the passenger side of the dashboard, sometimes on the glovebox lid,if there was a glovebox.
  10. Dash clocks were usually electric by the mid-'30's. Some cars had clocks in the interior rearview mirror and they were usually wind ups. Since there are no numbers on your piece, it may have been the "clock delete" blank that someone in the past added the clock mechanism to.
  11. I can narrow it down to 2 possible years, 1935 or 1936. they only used that style "Pontiac" script those 2 model years.
  12. Time to make the cardboard template into metal.
  13. Time to tackle the steering. I got a Flaming River tilt column and a 1960 Pontiac steering wheel and had to come up with a steering column drop from the dash and how to route the steering system from the floorboard to the steering box.
  14. It could absolutely be a really co0l family cruiser.
  15. Actually it is either a 1955 Chieftain 860 Series or Chieftain 870 Series 4-door station wagon. In 1955, the Safari name was only used on the upscale 2-door station wagon that used the same roofline as the Chevrolet Nomad. It wasn't until 1958 that Pontiac used the Safari name on all models of their wagons. Value is hard to judge, although wagons have had a lot more interest in recent years.
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