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Keystone State Chapter POCI 43rd annual Fall Meet

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Great turnout with many Pontiac Years/models in attendance.  Thankz for sharing.  Where's the summer gone?  Today was my last show of the year. :(

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9 hours ago, 31pontiac said:

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WOW, a 1931 OAKLAND V8. I would have loved to see this one up close. This was the last year for OAKLAND and being a V8 makes it even cooler! 

 

 

 

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Amazing pictures 31pontiac, as always. Thanks for sharing.

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Looks like an awesome show! Thanks for sharing!

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HIDDEN CAMMER ;)

I can't believe I almost missed this...

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Very Cool !

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Who says you always have to use a V8?

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5 hours ago, Frosty said:

Who says you always have to use a V8?

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Couldn't resist :lol:

 

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On ‎9‎/‎25‎/‎2017 at 5:32 AM, SPRINT 6 said:

 

    Not to be smart, but for the sake of accuracy it is a 1930. And if you would like to see it, the owner plans to show it at Hershey AACA show Saturday,Oct. 7.

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I'd love to go back to Hershey and Fall Carlisle. Problem is - I know I would spend money....big time. I have not been back to Hershey in 11-12 years. It was awesome when I last went.

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2 hours ago, 31pontiac said:

    Not to be smart, but for the sake of accuracy it is a 1930. And if you would like to see it, the owner plans to show it at Hershey AACA show Saturday,Oct. 7.

31,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Thank you for the clarification so similar and seldom seen I was shooting from the hip. What caught my eye was the V8 (302 IIRC) hood ornament used on Pontiac of that time-frame as well.  1931 surplus was re-trimmed into the all new Pontiac line making any of these Oaklands a true treasure IMO. Thanks for the additional images.     

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Aloha Hawaii Bob! Welcome to the Forever Pontiac Ohana!

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