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Pontiac Power in non- Pontiacs

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   Saw these two fine rides at "Perkasie Under the Stars" car show this past weekend, a 1957 GMC pickup and a 1932 Ford hot rod, both with Pontiac V8's.

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Ford's always need a GM motor to power them :lol:

 

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13 hours ago, 31pontiac said:

   Saw these two fine rides at "Perkasie Under the Stars" car show this past weekend, a 1957 GMC pickup and a 1932 Ford hot rod, both with Pontiac V8's.

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Well the GMC engine is a stock or a correct stock replacement as GMC put Pontiac V8s in 55-57 trucks. Note the water pump - it gives away the old style reverse coolant flow. The only thing that would have made this even cooler was if it was the very rare Suburban pickup. GMC's version of the Cameo.

I'm with Ringo. Any GM engine looks good in a Ford, but especially Pontiacs.

Thanks for sharing these photos with us.

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