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  1. Original 6 way power seat removed from a 1957 Pontiac Starchief. Seat is fully functional, has all the shells, switch, and harness, it is very solid, some surface rust only, all springs ok, mounting tracks included. Original Upholstry was removed, seat is ready to be covered and installed in a car. May also fit Trifive Chevys. $1500 Contact bdeane5527@windstream.net
  2. Greetings! There is a nice feature article on the 37-38 Pontiacs in the newest issue of Collectible Automobile magazine - the June 2013 issue is now on the bookshelves at Barnes and Noble.
  3. My grandpa gave me a 64 bonneville that he was going to restore but decided to give it to me instead. He hasn't started it in 25 years and I started it yesterday. The power top will not go up. I was wondering if it has a relay or fuse, and where it is. Thanks for the help.
  4. Hi can anyone please help me identify this chrome handle? Stamped inside opening on back side are the letters 2R. It is GM part 1#3757726. I assume it is a vent window handle but dont know. It is approximately 1.75" wide and approximately 1.75" tall. thanks for your time and help jerry whitfield winstonsalem, NC
  5. Hello, I've almost finished restoring a 1926 Pontiac in Australia but still need a speedometer. I understand it should be an AC which reads up to 75 or 80 mph and includes a trip meter that can be reset. The opening on the instrument panel is 2.5". Does anyone have a good one or one that is suitable for restoration? Cheers, Ryan
  6. Hello, I am nearing completion of my 1926 Pontiac Tourer restoration in Australia. I have some fragments of the original interior trim and believe it was dark brown leather. I would like to keep it as original as possible but have been recommended to use vinyl. The reasons given were that modern leather production isn't the same as the 1920s anyway and the additional cost isn't justified. I'm hoping to get some more opinions and hoefully some first hand experiences in terms of appearance and durability? Cheers, Ryan
  7. Hello AACA Members, My father and I are currently working on a father son project. We are fixing up my 67 Firebird. The car is all original with a 326 and very low miles. I would like to take the original engine out and store it (keep it in good condition), so I am looking for a replacement motor. I am looking for either a 400 or a 455 Pontiac engine. I would like the motor to be from 1967-1974. Does anyone have one for sale? Thanks for your help!
  8. Just joined up and can't wait to start bugging all of you! I just sold my 1980 Pontiac Lemans to buy a 1946 4-door Torpedo. Not my first choice, but I couldn't afford a 2-door fastback. I am also going to part out my 1970 Tempest to fund this project. The problem is that I have only dabbled in 70's and 80's cars and really don't know a lot about the 40s This car over all is pretty solid, but is missing a lot too. The wiring is in shambles and the interior is gone except for the dash and seats. I can't find any good pictures online of what the interior should look like (including all th
  9. Studebaker Rectangular Porcelain sign 2 sided 3' X 5' Comes with hanging ring Condition side 1 8.5 Condition side 2 8.5 Very nice gloss $4800.00 OBO You can email me at mikeschwabsigns@gmail.com or call me on my cell 23nine-404-one972 Goto http://mikeschwabsigns.com to see additional pictures Thanks!
  10. 1950 Pontiac hood ornament. "Big Chief" 20 inches long in great condition with slight surface pitting in "shaded" area. $250 + free shipping to the continental U.S.
  11. Hello,, I am currently restoring a 1926/27 Pontiac in Australia. After pulling apart the clutch I have found a worn/broken section I would like to replace. It appears to be a kind of 'thrust bush' and is made of a graphite looking material. It pushes directly onto a flat plate which is held in place by the pressure plate forks. The bush is shown in the photo below and has an OD of 2.5", an ID of 1" and is 1/2" thick. The housing is still in good condition. I was going to try tracking down some new graphite material or maybe replace the bush with a proper bearing that fits into the or
  12. Selling my 1964 Buick Riviera, car is in good shape, ready to cruise! or perfect restoration project. car gets alot of attention where ever i go. been driving it to wrk everyday this summer. Selling as i have no need for this car. Acquired through trading of business equipment. Car is not perfect, floor boards are rotted in front only, was caused by lack of weatherstripping and sitting outside. got car from older couple who stated they were second owners. they drove this car to me from Petosky, MI. They had told me that the 28,000 miles on the odometer is original, however i cannot verify a
  13. I am putting in new kingpins and bushings on my 1932 Pontiac. Does anybody have any tips on accomplishing this job. Since I don't have any of the special tools shown in the repair manual I have to improvise. Anybody have any experience and tips? What do you use to ream the bushing out and fit the kingpin? Happy for any help you can give.
  14. I have been wanting to get back into a pre-war car for a while, and lucked into a really nice 1937 Pontiac 6 2619 Touring Sedan. The car runs and drives as new, and has a correct new interior and new rubber all around. The paint is presentable (Wenonah Maroon), and most of the chrome is pretty good. The car has been in the AACA Driver Participation program for years. I plan to spiff her up a bit with correct body and wheel striping, trim rings, fog lights, etc. Mostly just for my own enjoyiment, but I'll keep everything correct in case I every choose to put her in class judging. The car
  15. I bought a four door Pontiac sedan a few moths ago that i am looking to restor, and was wondering if anyone could help me out on the year. The serial # is 802899-28, the job # is 8220, and the body # is 22126. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  16. Just picked up this 1938 Pontiac cabriolet 2 seat roadster in upstate NY. She just arrived in Oakland CA, and will receive a full resto! I'm thinking midnight blue or black. Love your feedback on the color. Also looking to buy a pair of 38 tail light bezels and running boards if you have them!
  17. Looking to buy a pair of 1938 Pontiac tail light bezels
  18. Hello, Work on my Austalian 1927 Tourer is progressing. I have a question about the original radiator cap thread size. I have come across two radiators that seem to be originals however their cap thread diameters are about 43mm (1.70 inches). The problem is the radiator caps I have seen have thread diameters of about 55mm (2.17 inches). I don't have the originals of either from my car so am not sure which is correct? I'm hoping someone will be able to confirm. Thank you, Ryan
  19. Hi all - My name is Jason Wright and I am the Associate Producer for a new program on Discovery Channel called "Fast N' Loud". This new series follows car enthusiast Richard Rawlings across America as he searches for vehicle classics to restore to their former glory. For each vehicle that is featured we try to tell a bit of history using a variety of images and footage. I'm turning to AACA to see if any member have photos of their work that they'd be interested in having featured on the show. Currently we are looking for images of a 3-Window Zephyr from the late 30's to Early 40's, as we
  20. What do these guys fit? I am sure that the chief's head on the green pillow is a pontiac, but I'm not sure of the year. The other, we believe is a cadilac. Thank you in advance!
  21. A few pics from my photo shoot.....
  22. I have many 1930 to 1950's Pontiac car parts for sale from the Pontiac Joe Oliver collection.I also have rare 1930's to 1960's antique license plates from his collection for sale, I am under legacylabs on ebay!!
  23. Hello All! New to AAC I have a 1971 Pontiac Lemans that I bought back in 1987. The used car dealer I bought it from said it was driven up from a southern state. By the looks of it that's true but I would love to see for sure where it spent its first years. I recently applied for a title but the woman did not know if that's even possible. Thanks for any info or direction on this matter.
  24. 1979 Pontiac Trans Am - 10th Anniversary Trans AM This is the Detroit Icon of Muscle Car! 10th Anniversary Trans Am Firebird, one of a limited production run of 5,683 were made this year in this configuration. With only 28K miles, this car is offered in very beautiful ORIGINAL condition. The engine is a 400 cubic inch (6.6 liter) with 4 speed automatic transmission. Complete with original glass T-tops with factory storage bags, original paint and hood decal, original spare tire, air conditioning, 8-Track Tape stereo, and all the special touches of the 10th Anniversary edition are w
  25. I am looking for the chome moulding between the tail lights, possibly a rear bumper, hood release parts, steering wheel, horn ring, GTO badge by glove box door, GTO grills.
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