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SPRINT 6's 1966 LEMANS 2DR HT

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SPRINT 6

PONTIAC NATIONALS & CAMMER REUNION, NORWALK OHIO

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Yeah, I thought there was a lot of BS going on here! $55k will buy you a fully restored, numbers matching, '68 Firebird 400 convertible.

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Please re post any 67 Tempest Custom HO Two Tone Blue / White Pictures.  (links are expired)

Looking to see how my old car is holding up.

Thanks!

jar_gon

 

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She's still looking good...

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Great photos, Sprint!

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:bacon::dancingpontiac:

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Hi, I'm Jack, new to foreverpontiac. I own a '66 Tempest Sprint convertible and would like to be in touch with other owners of this cool engine. Is there a dedicated group for this?

Thanks for any info!

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Posted (edited)

Jack;

The OVERHEAD CAMMER CHAPTER of POCI. http://www.ohc6.com We are the only group dedicated to the Pontiac OHC 6 engine.                                                                         We also have a very active FACEBOOK page.

Cheers

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Jack - Sprint 6 is spot on with the OHC6 chapter of the Pontiac Oakland Club International. It is one of several specialty chapter that POCI has.

Sprint 6 is our resident OHC6 guru too. So he's a great guy to get to know period, and he knows a thing or two about the OHC6 too. :rolleyes:

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Sprint & Frosty, Thanks for replying. I'll check out the Oakland club's site.

It looks like mine will need a rebuild (only 60 PSI in two of the cylinders). Something 'fun' to use my tax refund on. ;)

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Sprint/Frosty,

I'm having no luck finding a place to take on the rebuild for my 'cammer'. Can you guys recommend any sources of information or an actual shop I can reach out to?

Jack

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Jack,

You might post your request over on our FB page for possible leads for this.

Cheers

https://www.facebook.com/groups/101397131868358

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Thanks! Just visited on FB and requested to join the group.

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On 4/20/2018 at 8:33 PM, freejak said:

Sprint/Frosty,

I'm having no luck finding a place to take on the rebuild for my 'cammer'. Can you guys recommend any sources of information or an actual shop I can reach out to?

Jack

I am friends with the good folks at Givens Machine Shop in Charleston WV. Contact Janie Givens at (304) 342-0171. Tell them Dennis from Michigan referred you. Ask them how the shop cat named "Paper Weight" is doing. They do Chevys, Ford, Pontiacs, and diesels. They should be able to help you.

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Thanks Frosty! I'll be in touch with them. Even if the engine is a 'no go', that's one of the 5 best names for a cat in history!

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Freejak - its been awhile since I've been in the shop, however, Paper Weight is absolutely the most appropriate name for this cat. It literally lies on the counter, anyone's desk and paper work, etc. like a true paper weight.

Janie and her twin sister run the business office and their brother Rob runs the machine shop operations. So just explain what all you are looking for. They will be honest with you for sure.

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