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WTB: Original Pontiac Memorabilia
Posted 06 December 2011 - 04:14 AM
Posted 06 December 2011 - 12:01 PM
Hood ornaments would be good there too but might be easier to find at junk yards, ebay, the alike.
Who knows someone might read this and have something for you
Posted 06 December 2011 - 12:11 PM
Indian Nations Chapter (OK)
Central Oklahoma Pontiac Association (OK)
There are no GTO Association of America club in Oklahoma, but there are some in nearby states:
http://www.gatewaygto.org/ - Missouri
http://www.wichitagto.com/dnn/ - Kansas
http://www.gtoant.com/ - North Texas
Also, ads and classifieds in Hemming Motor News. Perhaps members of your local AACA club (Antique Automobile Club of Amerca) might have suggestions too.
Finally Tim Dye of the Pontiac Oakland Museum in Pontiac Illinois has a ton of dealer memoribillia may have some leads.
Posted 09 December 2011 - 04:30 AM
Ringo64, love that!
Really appreciate you guys taking the time to give me some ideas. Maybe I will get lucky and someone here will have something they'd be interested in selling. I will check out the sites you listed Frosty I watched eBay for a couple of years and.... Nothing so I got discouraged and it's been a few months since I've spent much time on eBay but I may need to check back!
If I find anything from the sites you listed I will let you know!
Posted 09 December 2011 - 09:31 AM
It's been my experience that "dealer" info is often harder to find for many reasons. The biggest reason being once a new car is sold or traded in, the original dealer badge was often removed. Dealer memorabillia is just now starting to gain some momentum, but info and memorbillia for local dealers is significantly harder to find than those of the "super" dealers like Baldwin-Motion, Royal Pontiac, Knaefel, etc. That is because no one kept track of stuff or thought to keep it. I wish you well in your search.
Local swap meets, antique shows and flea markets will be other sources. I would think the closer you look to your family's dealership location, the more success I suspect you might have.
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