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Istvan's 57 Pontiac


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azmusclecar on Feb 25, 2021 said:

Okay we have a pic.......now we need more, lots more, lots lots more.....we are a patient bunch but not for long. :-)

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57timemachine on Feb 25, 2021 said:

Your 57 Pontiac is like mine, a Pathfinder Deluxe model with the 261 in line six motor. Like our friend above said, we need more pictures and what are your plans for the car. You are obviously in Canada because of your Canadian 57 Pontiac but what part of Canada. What ever your plans are, good luck with your 57 time machine. Cheers.

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isztvan56 on Feb 25, 2021 said:

Thanks,! Your 1957 time machine looks impressive, great job! I will start on mine in Speing as soon my new workshop is done. I posted more pics from fire wall VIN deckers. Mine is manufactured by GM Canada, in Oshawa, Ontario. Any input from deckel, you have, I appreciated!

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57timemachine on Feb 25, 2021 said:

Paint 2409 means Tropical Turquise and Dover White two tone. BSO 213 means Heavy duty suspension front and rear. Which included stiffer front coils, extra leaf rear springs and H.D. shocks. W in front of engine number means it is a factory 261 in line six. If your engines casting number does not have a W, then some one may have replaced it with a Chevrolet 235 engine at some time. The 7 and 2 at the start of serial number mean 1957 and Pontiac. If I dig up any more information I will post it here. Cheers.

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isztvan56 on Feb 26, 2021 said:

Thanks a lot!

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57timemachine on Feb 25, 2021 said:

Oh by the way all Canadian 1957 Pontiac's were built in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada.

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Mario on Feb 26, 2021 said:

Good Luck with your new project. It's going to be a beauty when finished. Regards, Mario

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isztvan56 on Feb 26, 2021 said:

Thanks Mario, I excited to! I noticed you have a fine time machine next to you!

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Mario on Feb 26, 2021 said:

Yes thank you. It's a 67 Chevy Impala 327 V8. Got it at a car show in 2009. Regards, Mario

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Mario on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Hey Isztvan, try out the new game Brandon and I worked on called Name the cars with the Hidden Gas Caps. If you ever pumped gas at a station and are our age you should do well. The game went live today. Regards, Mario

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57timemachine on Mar 1, 2021 said:

You can count me in for that new game.

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57timemachine on Mar 1, 2021 said:

Mario, I got 88% on the latest gas cap game and that was with no guessing involved. Cheers.

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Mario on Mar 6, 2021 said:

Wow you did great George! Did you used to work at a gas station and pump gas too? Those of us who did got a good score first time out. Congrats and Cheers, Mario

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57timemachine on Mar 9, 2021 said:

Mario, I never worked in a gas station. Just a natural born oil soaked gas stained gear head, that's all. I can not imagine life with out my love for old cars. Give me old cars or give me death..... or is it Liberty. Cheers.

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57timemachine on Mar 11, 2021 said:

Istvan, any updates on your 57 Pontiac.

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isztvan56 on Mar 12, 2021 said:

Thanks to asking, I haven't finished my new more specious workshop yet, still snowing up here in British Columbia

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