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Michael Dalke's 1967 Firebird

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31pontiac last won the day on March 21

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About 31pontiac

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    389 Tri-Power
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    Castle Blue

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  1. As of now, this event has not been postponed. We are all hoping that the current state of affairs will be improved by then, but if the date does change or the show is canceled I will post it on here as soon as I know.
  2. Our first car ( my brother and I), 1940 Pontiac coupe, flathead 6, 3 on the tree.
  3. I’m planning to mount the fuse block under the passenger side seat, so my brother and I fabricated a box to hold it.
  4. Mounting the A/C unit behind the dashboard, trying to make it as inconspicuous as possible. Not a lot of room in these old cars.
  5. Had to find a home for the coil and of course the bracket had to be modified to fit the spot I had in mind. Also addressed the wire looms.
  6. Sunday, May 31, 2020 at Macungie Memorial Park, Rt. 100, Macungie, PA. Registration from 9 AM to 12 noon. All years GM produced vehicles are welcome.
  7. Congrats! Great looking car! Nice picture!!
  8. I got a car cover for the “59 Bonneville and this rolling tool box to help me organize (and find) my tools.
  9. Thank you all for this honor and thank you Ringo for this site we Pontiac true-believers get to hang out on.
  10. This is our 1959 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe. It has power steering, power brakes, power windows, power bench seat, power antenna, Wonderbar radio, Tri-Power, and Foxcraft fenderskirts. The color is Castle Blue with a tri-color blue interior. We bought the car in 1977 and have had it 42 years this month.
  11. Been thinking about this since you posted. So many great cars to choose from! Well, here is my list, (as of today anyway). 1. 1935 Pontiac 8-cylinder convertible. Great Art-Deco style, first year of Pontiac’s famous Silver Streaks, and the only year with suicide doors. 2. 1970 1/2 Trans Am. Must be white with blue stripe and blue interior (American racing colors). And of course a 4-speed. Controversial in the magazine’s of the period. “The Beginning of Tomorrow “. 3. 1960 Ventura Tri-Power 4-speed bucket seat car.
  12. Thanks for posting all the great pics! Hope to get to that event one day.
  13. Here are some more pics from the convention.
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