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earl e rizer

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Here is another pictue of the car in previous post.I think the car is too far gone for a resto, but maybe someone on this board has a use or need for parts?

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Benefits of AACA Membership.

It's better than the one I parted out, the body came off mine without using tools. They have quite a following in Australia.

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I hope to have clearer photo's posted in the next few days. Car has rustout on the fenders in spots. The interior is chewed up, Have not been able to get at the motor to turn over, probably seized. I don't have the time or cash to start a restoration on this one. Once I'm able to get it home I'll be able to figure something out,but I'll probably put it up for sale to fund the 37 Olds revival. It's too bad it wasn't stored better, oiled up and covered.

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Pontiac Series 6-29 "The New Pontiac Big Six" Sold new with a base price of $845.00 and weighed 2717 pounds. Engine a L-6 200.4 cu. in. 3.31 x 3.88 bore and stroke 4.9 to 1 compression and had 60 horsepower. Production ran from November 1928 to July 1929. First of the Pontiacs with hotchkiss drive.

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