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Old 03-24-07, 02:37AM   #16
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Yeah Santa Rosa, glad I found this site. Looked in the past for a forum dealing with Pontiacs but came up short. Hopefully this gets more members, so we can share ideas tech data etc. Ya know there's a junkyard in Cloverdale that I last visited about 3-4 years ago that had a 37 four door in it rusting away. Don't know if there are many salvageable parts on it at this point but it may be worth a look. It's called Gerdes auto wreckers. Guys kinda' weird but he's got some cool stuff.
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Old 03-25-07, 12:26AM   #17
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Hi guys like to say hello guy from down under (australia) have a 1930 pontiac tourer australia'n holden body and wire wheels interested in the difference from your fisher body looking forward to hearing from other pontiac owners.:Gach2 regards leolad
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Old 03-28-07, 12:46PM   #18
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I am an old Passionate Pontiac enthusiast. I have a 1937 Pontiac streetrod. I am curious to find out how anyone would be able to locate the serial number of the 1 millionth Pontiac off the line in 1937? Does anyone know? I am curious to see if by some small chance I might have that car or how close to it that I am.

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Old 03-28-07, 01:41PM   #19
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Old 03-28-07, 04:37PM   #20
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hi everyone. i'm new here, i just found this site. i have a 28 sedan. running a 302 in it but recently got a 326 for it. i don't know much about them and/or speed parts for them so here i am!
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Old 03-28-07, 09:35PM   #21
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Munster, Way cool ride:Cool . Welcome.
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Old 03-28-07, 10:42PM   #22
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Hey Munster,

Am I seeing your ride right? It looks like a '28 four door with the front doors and related body section cut out using the rear door as the only door? Coooool! That's a hot rod!
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Old 04-01-07, 01:06PM   #23
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Hi Everybody..It's my first time here ,saw the address on ebay so I thought I'd look in.I got very luck about a year ago Christmas and bought a 1929 6-29 4-door sedan in EXCELLENT shape and just got it running in the fall.It's all there and ready to go except I'm looking for a spare tire holder.I have one but the support brackets are both broken.I know I'm sounding petty but if I can find one the car will be 100% complete.I've tried to post a picture of my car as I found it,but the file is too big .Does anyone know how to shrink it down???
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Old 04-02-07, 02:27PM   #24
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Howdy from Idaho. We have a 1932 Pontiac 6 coupe that was disassembled by prior owner, and my husband has just begun putting it back together. We will be needing lots of help figuring this one out! I will try to post a few pictures when I figure out how to do it. We will be looking for information on this car. Any ideas for assembly diagrams?
Thanks for the website.
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Old 04-03-07, 06:46AM   #25
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Aloha Friends,

Have just found this site, I have a 39 Pontiac, and hope to send a picture as soon as I figure out how.

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Old 04-06-07, 04:23PM   #26
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New member here. My name is Rich. My Pontiac is a '37 business coupe. I also have a 1954 Mercury Monterey 2 door hardtop. I'm trying to build my coupe entirely with Pontiac parts. Engine will be a 1963 Bonneville 389 w/ 4 bbl.

I originally emailed Tom at the previous Pontiac site.

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Old 04-07-07, 09:18PM   #27
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Cool, another 37:Cool Welcome
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Old 04-08-07, 12:54PM   #28
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Thanks for the welcome. Here's the '37 with its new engine. A 1963 389.

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Old 04-09-07, 06:13PM   #29
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Hi All My name is Paul my friends all call me Ponchopaul as I am a bit of a Pontiac and Oakland nut, Guess I'm in the right place I have a 29 model 8800 Oakland Coupe , 1930 model 30359 sedan, 64 2839 Bonneville Brougham,64 2957 Grand Prix,1971 Ventura II sprint,and an 87 GTA along with a 59 GMC 100 series pick upI think I mentioned them all but I'm here to chat help and learn from thise who have traveled to way before me Have a great day all and hope to hear from you all soon! Paul
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Old 04-09-07, 06:54PM   #30
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Damn Paul I am very impressed with your lineup. I really want to see those early models especially.

seems that i've seen your name on other sites as well.
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