This poor Cammer is another victim of V8itis :(
57timemachine on Oct 26, 2022 said:
I have always loved these over looked vintage classics. Save them all. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
SPRINT6 on Oct 27, 2022 said:
Thanks Guys, Sadly they all can't be saved but we can remember them! ;-)[Reply to this comment]
azmusclecar on Oct 27, 2022 said:
Amen Jeff, preach it brother........!!! 0;-)[Reply to this comment]
57timemachine on Oct 28, 2022 said:
I would take a Pontiac OHC six over a bent eight any day of the year. I remember the very first time I ever cast my eyes upon one. It was around 1977 and it was in a 1956 Chev Nomad. I have loved these amazing engines ever since. Cheers.[Reply to this comment]
Mario on Oct 31, 2022 said:
It's sad to see all those beautiful Pontiacs just sitting there getting rusty.
At one time each one of them was brand new out of the factory and heading to a lovely home to meet his owner.
Can you imagine all the exciting stories each one could tell.
You have the best title on this Page Jeff, "HOMAGE TO THE 1966 PONTIACS WITH OHC 6 ENGINES. LOST, FORGOTTEN, and or SACRIFICED :-("
Your homage remembers them and so they are not forgotten! Mario[Reply to this comment]
SPRINT6 on Oct 31, 2022 said:
Thanks, I only wish the current interest was around back in the 80s when I was overwhelmed with parts and regrettably scrapped a major collection before moving to VA in 96. :( such is life.[Reply to this comment]
Mario on Nov 1, 2022 said:
We all do what we have to do at the time and you were moving so you did what was best.
The interest is back which is what counts today and this website with all its members such as yourself help keep up the interest!
Thank you Jeff.[Reply to this comment]
azmusclecar on Oct 26, 2022 said:
Let me be the first to THUMBUPIT. I feel I helped 2 OHCs remain viable drivers for owners who could also appreciate this rare and classic ride.
Good thread Jeff!![Reply to this comment]