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2019 February
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Hello, I'm new to this site.  I have 4 Pontiacs, 1966 GTO convertable, 1967 Lemans convertable, 1964 Bonnieville 2 door factiry 421 3-Duce, 1956   Chefton.  GTO & Lemans are restored, Bonnieville is not restored, but repoint red and otherwise original.  The Chefton has new interior but otherwise needs restored.  Was running but not now.

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Oh my!! You're just living in heaven aren't you? :lol: 

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Nice tribe!!  Welcome to the site. Look forward to chattin it up in the forums.

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Ringo, my wife's maden name is Ringo.  She is from Dalhart, Texas (in the top of Texas).  Our 56 came from Dalhart.

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10 minutes ago, Texgto said:

Ringo, my wife's maden name is Ringo.  She is from Dalhart, Texas (in the top of Texas).  Our 56 came from Dalhart.

Cool! Never heard it as a last name. Friends used it as a nick name for me because I'm a drummer and a Beatles fan

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Amazing Pontiac collection. Welcome !!

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