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Pedja's 1968 Firebird

2019 March
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SPRINT 6

2019 LONESTAR ROUND UP

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HOWDY GANG, Just back from a 4 day weekend over in Austin TX. I needed some car time and since VA weather is taking her sweet ass time making up her mind I decided warmer weather was needed, also just another excuse to go over and play with the Ol Tempest Torque Tuber ;) We had a blast, this was a pleasant surprise of a gathering as I wasn't sure what we were in for. Below are some of the Pontiacer's we encountered and the link it to a load of some of my favorites at the gathering. Cheers & Enjoy!          

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Nice pics! Looks like a great time

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Great pic's, thankz for sharing

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SPRINT 6 - as always - your photos are fantastic. I see there were lots of flatheads, hot rods and lead sleds. Talk about being in heaven!!!!

Still I have to ask about one car that really, really caught my eye.

This looks like a 1939 Graham Paige pickup truck made for the military. However, I am not aware that Graham Paige made a pickup this late into the 1930s or early 1940s. SO is this a real G P or is it a phantom pickup? It's sharp and unique regardless.

 

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Frosty,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        It was indeed a fantasy build. The Aussie driving it was a funny old Bloke and did a real nice job on it.                                                                                                                                                         Cheers.

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He did indeed!

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