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:welcomeFP:

Sorry to hear about the garage fire. 
 

Nice pickup on the wagon! Got any pics?

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Nice!

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PETE !!!! BUDDY!!! WELCOME TO FP!!!! 

I haven't talked to you in days.

Stratman is another FP member who is a Doo Wop alum - from Virginia. He came last year for the first time in his black Trans Am. Jason Rutledge picked him for a free detail job on the boulevard too.

Pete if you have issues posting with pics, send them to me and I will figure out how to post them.

That wagon is bad ass. How often do you see a full size wagon with a stick shift - on the floor? One of these days, Pete's going to take me for a ride in it.

Pete and I have a lot of mutual friends in West Virginia!

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I'm posting some of my "past" Pontiacs & and a "Orphan" + a few others over the past years!! 64 Catalina, southbound I 79 to Charleston WV. 65 Valiant V200 273 V8 "Hi Po" 4 speed, 70 Catalina "rag top" & 56 Nomad & 38 chev coach, 72 Avanti II [ went to Charleston twice] 51 Torpedo Back [lost in fire] got 27 MPG on trip south & present cars, 64 Impala S/S409 4 speed, & 64 Safari Cdn engine shots doing detailing. R/C decals say 327 "Pontiac" & I saved those, as our emission control "police are sticky" about engine swaps & engine must have what engine was born with, I'm close but they can sill check #'s if they think they have too??

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I really thought you were going to keep the Avanti but you had such wiring issues with it. I did enjoy looking at the duad quad '64 Catalina. That was a beautiful car.

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Dennis I did like that Avanti as well & still in contact with the guy who bought it, No issues at all so guess the repairs & re wire did the trick!! I got a lot of "ribbing" on it, " not a Pontiac, Pete, WTF you doing with that" !! but I have broad shoulders!!

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What a great idea heating the floor Pete!! wish i had thought of that when i built my shed:huh:

i just stuck a lpg space heater in the bar area, and it useless at heating all the space, only good by the bar!!!:cheers:

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2 hours ago, Last Indian said:

Welcome! Great looking cars past and present. Love the garage/shop! Since you know Frosty, I’ll JustA say, I feel sorry for you!:rofl: Just kidding Frosty, don’t go givin me the cold shoulder now!

I can't help it Last Indian, it's what we snowmen do. We get it from our snow flake partners.

30 minutes ago, 64 kiwi boni said:

What a great idea heating the floor Pete!! wish i had thought of that when i built my shed:huh:

i just stuck a lpg space heater in the bar area, and it useless at heating all the space, only good by the bar!!!:cheers:

A warm bar and cold beer - what the hell is wrong with that?

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