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Old 01-21-16, 02:23AM   #1
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Anybody know what Pontiac they used this old dual point distributor in? Have had it around ever since I can remember with a bunch of other old dual point distributors...don't even remember where I picked it up from. It has a Delco remy model number 1110976 and serial number 0M16.
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Old 01-21-16, 10:24AM   #2
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Was used in the early 60s SD program.Restored to working condition can be worth as much as $500.Tom
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Was used in the early 60s SD program.Restored to working condition can be worth as much as $500.Tom
Actually works real nice and is in great shape internally. Would just need to clean the outside surface up a little.
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Would need to be restored for top money.Tom
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Would need to be restored for top money.Tom
Who restores these? Thanks for the info..
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Old 01-22-16, 10:48PM   #6
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I had a guy in so cal that did them but have not had any contact with him so dont know if he is still in biz.Tom
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