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1957 Pontiac's at random.

None are mine.

I have always loved 1957 Pontiacs probably because I grew up with one from 1959 to 1970. My dad bought one and I grew up with it. Here are some random 1957 Pontiacs, mostly real nice ones but also some sad vintage yard examples as well.

57 Pathfinder Deluxe Safari (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe Safari (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Safari (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Safari (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Safari (Canadian model).

57 Chieftain Safari (American model).

57 Chieftain Safari (American model).

57 Star Chief Safari (Nomad) (American model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe Safari (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Chieftain (American model).

57 Chieftain (American model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model). I took this photo in 1990 not knowing that I was going to own it in 1996 six years later.

57 Chieftain (American model).

57 Laurentian (Canadian model).

57 Laurentian rag and 57 Laurentian hardtop both (Canadian models).

57 Laurentians (Canadian models).

57 Laurentian (Canadian model).

57 Laurentian (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Laurentian (Canadian model).

57 Laurentian (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder (Canadian model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Chieftain Safari (American model).

57 Chieftain Safari (American model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Pathfinder Deluxe (Canadian model).

57 Star Chief (American model).

57 Star Chief Safari (Nomad) (American model).

57 Star Chief Safari (Nomad) (American model).

57 Chieftain (American model).


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Mario on Jan 1, 2024 said:

Nice selection of 57 Pontiacs George. Looks like you picked some from car shows you went to. The ones in the salvage yards still have some good parts on them that you could always use. Cheers, Mario.

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57timemachine on Jan 2, 2024 said:

Mario, I actually got a complete extra 261 in line six engine from that grey primer four door. I kept the engine as an extra for over ten years and then decided to sell it. I sold my engine to American gentleman from Chicago Illinois. He drove all the way in the winter to get my 261 in liner here in Ontario. I asked him why he went to all this trouble and he told me that these engines are now impossible to find, even in the U.S. I have a feeling I gave my engine away at $300 U.S. this was around 2015.

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Mario on Jan 2, 2024 said:

Well after holding the engine for 10 years at least you were able to get $300 for it. And you also helped a fellow Pontiac owner find the rare engine he needed. I think that was a win win all around George. Cheers, MArio

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57timemachine on Jan 2, 2024 said:

The person that bought my 261 engine was building a 1951 Chevrolet ragtop but he wanted an old school souped up Chev in line six for power with all the usual hop up goodies on it.

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