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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

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Das Awkscht Fescht 2017

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    This show in Macungie PA has club day on Sunday, and the Keystone State Chapter of POCI has hosted the Pontiac / Oakland area since sometime in the '70's. We had about 65 vehicles in attendance this year.  Unfortunately it is the same weekend as the Tri-Power Nationals in Norwalk, but we still get some good examples of our favorite marque.     First up, a rare 1940 Pontiac Convertible.



   There were 4 Oaklands in attendance.


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Great shots of some beautiful cars.  Thankz for sharing!

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WOW, What a treat to see more then one Oakland. I will always gravitate to the pre 60s cars over all others.                                                                                                                            These models are just becoming fewer and fewer seen out anymore with little to no hope of new interested in them :(

Thanks for some great pics!  

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