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onetrick56's 1964 Grand Prix

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dualquadpete

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About dualquadpete

  • Rank
    Learning to Fly
  • Birthday April 11

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  • Location
    Blackstock Ont. Canada
  • Interests
    been involved with classic cars since I was 16, I also own a 64 Impala S/S factory 409 4 speed as well as Pontiac wagon [which is also a 4 speed]

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Peter Barber
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1964
  • Car
    Parrisianne Safari
  • Trim
    none
  • Engine
    SBC 355
  • Style
    Sedan
  • Color
    white & bronze

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  1. That brings back memories of my past stock car racing days. What track are you running it at?? As you know those are closing up rapidly, & have heard rumors that track at Peterbourgh Ont, is on verge of "folding!!!
  2. From what I see rear 1/4 panel is repairable & possibly a 55 Chevy "patch panel" might work?? How bad is fender up front?? May be able to do same there?? Agree with getting it running first!! Then decide if engine & drive line is good or needs rebuild or a " swap" to up grade, depending on your driving habits or if your going the "stock" restore route?? Nice car " I like it" First year of V 8 & hope parts are available, as Pontiac changed it for 56 [something to consider if parts scarce, to go upgrade] That was a problem for me here in Ontario when I had my 64 Catalina, being a
  3. Frosty, I'm not in Toronto, I,m north east of Oshawa Ont. "aboot 50 miles north east of Toronto!!!
  4. maybe 20, but you;ll never see me in one without a bag over my head!!!
  5. My vanity plate on car I lost in the garage fire!!! Nothing left of plates [tags for US members] they melted!!!!
  6. Heres a few "shots of 64 Impala S/S 409 4 speed!! Last one is from local show where it won "peoples choice" which was a BONUS as I just go for FUN!!
  7. Dennis, you missed ' Joe Bats Arm" in Nfld !!! Nothing beats " Intercourse PA" though in USA
  8. Beer consumption "UP" front thermometer facing west is at 108 F and back one at 96F in shade!!! Keeping MOLSON'S brewery in the black, just doing my part for the economy!! Will have to remember these days in January when I'm "oot" blowing 3' of snow!!!! Too "f" ing hot to even take a car for a run!!! A/C in house running constant, & may have to sell a car or re mortgage to pay bill!! Ontario has the highest rate for electricity in North America + Beer & gasoline!! $ 48 + for a 24 of beer & equivilant of $ 4.00 + a US gallon right now for regular, which none of my classics will
  9. We up here have other names for US beer but don't want to "offend" anyone south of border but does relate to different "animal xsgreestions!!!!
  10. Dennis & friends, you should know from Rusty in W V how much he appreciates the 2 BEER RUNS I make for him, attending the shows in W V. but he's in "withdrawal" this year with both trips " CANCELLED" so no Canukistan BEER!! He'll have suffer through these times with your American watered down stuff!!!
  11. I know this is a older post but re trans, if it's automatic & is org. trans they only came with 2 speed power glide!! No problem mating up to SBC, use your 283 "flex plate/ flywheel and Torque converter will bolt right up!! 66 Cdn Poncho's came with 6cyl, 283, 327, or BB 396!! 65 was last year for the 409 in early models.
  12. Another Ontarian here, 20 miles north of the now closed GM plant where my Safari was born in 1964, shipped to Alberta after birth, then to Saskatchewan, & returned home, when I bought it "on line"!!! Now has company it shop sitting beside 64 Impala 409 & both say " pick me" when going out!!!!
  13. I gave this site info to long time friend up here [ high school] who owns a 62 Grand Prix, so hopefully he will show up here soon!!! Just trying to help folks!!!
  14. Even though they are running farm equipment business into bankruptcy , they will not part with "anything"" 23 Tall hat T, 28 Ford roadster, GTO + any anything Allis Chalmers they refuse to sell even with customer there cash in hand NOPE "may need that someday" So may have to wait, but if auction takes place "forget it"
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