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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

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C-lane

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Hello all. Just bought my first Pontiac and am looking for a good community. I'm 30 years old and have mainly had fords....excited to give Pontiac a try. I just got a 1967 tempest with a 75 400 and a 67 389. On engine stands of course lol. Anyways look forward to spongeing up as much knowledge as i can and thanks in advance to all of your help.

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Congrats on the purchase! Got any pics. We love pics here!

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No i live in ohio and it's been freezing here. I bought the car off a guy down the street after wanting it for a year and instantly threw it in the garage. I'll go out tomorrow and get some. I have however been working on the 400 at work as it is in better shape than the 389.

I posted this http://psp.aquacomp.net/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=14851 on another forum hoping to get all kinda info and suggestions on cams and options. The Jay guy was very helpful but I still have more questions.  Like I mentioned in that forum...id like to get the most out of what I already have

Lol so caught up in the motors right now haven't even been able to pay any attention to the body.

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Hey welcome bro. I'm a Ford guy building my 1st Pontiac to. I did mostly F100 builds and a couple mustangs. These Pontiacs are a trip man. Have fun with it bro and these guys here are super knowledgeable and great group of people.

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Thanks. From what I have gathered they're a breed of their own...not as cut in dry as a ford that's for sure. But hey I learned how to be a mechanic  by owning fords haha buying a ford is like spending money on tuition and Haynes manuals are your books. No but honesty i would take any make of classic cars.

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I totally agree C-lane and there will always be a spot in my heart for an old FE engine lol.

Thanks for the info Rocket, I'll have to take a look.

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