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Cars for sale / 1986 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am project car
« Last post by firebirdclub on January 12, 2018, 11:24:40 PM »
1986 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am project car. 5 Ltr., V-8, manual transmission, 4 barrel carburetor. Straight, rust-free body. Partially restored with long block engine, rebuilt front suspension and transmission. Includes original engine, numerous original GM interior and exterior parts. Clear title, registered non-operational. Email billfritz@cox.net for parts list and questions. $2,500 OBO. CA
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Cars for sale / 1971 Trans Am Project Car
« Last post by firebirdclub on January 03, 2018, 01:51:05 PM »
1971 Trans Am project car. The body has been completed. Complete all new suspension. Brakes are new. New brake/fuel lines and gas tank. Honeycomb wheels with Goodyear Eagles. have many parts to complete. Do have the transmission. no engine. $15,000 for car and parts. David at 770-380-4563 or dbuffkinjr@gmail.com . Can send pictures and details. GA
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30th Annual Spring Dust-Off, Davisburg, MI. Dan at 248-396-6848 or www.widetrackers.org .
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Florida Pontiac Nationals, Lighthouse Point (near Ft. Lauderdale), Florida.  Walter at 954-224-3642 or wally.goldscheck@fpl.com or https://floridapontiacnationals.wordpress.com/XaXPn/ .
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News and Announcements / Visit to Poniac Museum
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 12, 2017, 05:13:09 PM »
by Frank Ochal

I had an opportunity to visit both the Pontiac Museum and the Route 66 Museum which are both in Pontiac, Illinois  Here are the photos from the visit.

The history of the Pontiac-Oakland Museum & Resource Center in Pontiac, Illinois began August 1st, 2010 when Tim Dye was on his way back to his home in Oklahoma from a Pontiac show near Chicago. As he drove south on I-55, he noticed signs for the city of Pontiac. As Tim is curious about anything having to do with the Pontiac name, he pulled into town. As he explored the city, he visited the International Walldog Mural & Sign Art Museum which led  to conversations with the mayor of Pontiac.

These conversations led to a long series of emails, phone calls, and personal visits to begin the process of creating a new museum were worked out.

The Pontiac City Council approved the museum’s creation on January 3, 2011, and work began immediately on the remodeling of the museum’s new space. The creation of the museum was aided by the hard work of many people. Special thanks to Tim and Penny Dye, Mayor Robert Russell, City of Pontiac Administrator, Bob Karls, Tourism Director, Ellie Alexander, Pontiac Building Supervisor, Milt Hanson, his crew and many more. Grand opening day took place on July 23, 2011, less than one year from the time Tim first visited Pontiac.
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News and Announcements / Johnson Press Visit
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 12, 2017, 04:59:56 PM »
by Frank Ochal

Also while in Pontiac, Illinois I visited out printer, Johnson Press.

This was my first opportunity to meet with the people I have been communicating by phone and email with and to see where our magazine has been printed since 2012.

Bruce Magers and I  were led on an informative tour of the plant with our Customer Service Rep, Teresa Masching.  It was interesting to see the care that they take in printing each magazine. It was amazing how technology has improved the printing process since the last time I took a tour of a printing plant.  The reduced  size of the machines is the first thing you notice.

The visit concluded with a light lunch with Teresa and plant manager, Steve “Buzz” Zeller.

Thanks again to everyone at Johnson Press of American for the welcome and the continued fine job done with our magazines!
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News and Announcements / Meet the New Members!
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 12, 2017, 04:54:54 PM »
This topic highlights some of the new members that have joined the club (not the message board) recently and is the same list that appears in the latest Eagle club magazine. Welcome to the Club!

Recent members names may appear later.


Tom Gerbyshak, Crivitz, Wisconsin
Tom has a ‘98 red T-tops.

Ronald Melvin, Round Rock, Texas.

Dennis Parrish, Lexington, Kentucky

Jim Elick, Sharpsburg, Georgia
Jim has a ‘77 Nautilus blue Formula 400.

Yale Tankus, Silver Spring, Maryland
Yale has a ‘75 Admiralty blue Trans Am.

Jean M. Nance, Wichita, Kansas

Keith Wallin, Parker , Colorado

Tom Pierson, Versailles, Kentucky

Gregg Gorman, Paulding, Ohio
Gregg has a ‘71 white Trans Am.
Mark Bailey, Austin, Texas

Chuck Gilland, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Chuck has a ‘79 black Trans Am.

Bob Himes, Spring City, Pennsylvania
Bob has a ‘70 polar white Trans Am.

Terry Lee Schut, Grant, Michigan
Terry has a 2002 Trans Am Firehawk.

Luke Solondz, Warren, New Jersey
Luke has a’76 silver Trans Am.

Michael Chamberlin, Blair, Nebraska
He has a ‘75 Trans Am.

Terry Carifa, Enfield, Connecticut
Terry has a ‘77 black Trans Am SE.

Phil Hoey, Dewey, Oklahoma
Phil has a blue ‘68 Firebird convertible, a ‘68 red Firebird convertible,a’68 yellow convertible and a ‘68 Primavera beige Firebird coupe.

Frank A. Cammaroto, Colts Neck, NJ
Frank has a ‘70 blue Trans Am.

Thomas P. Mielke, Golden Valley, MN
Thomas has a ‘96 black Firebird.

Bobby Ray, Erwin, Tennessee

Robert L Poindexter, Papillion, Nebraska
Robert has a 2000 white Firebird.

Sam Nicholas, Ada, Michigan
Sam has a ‘70 Lucerne blue Trans Am.
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Wanted / Brake booster rebuild service
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 10, 2017, 12:16:21 AM »
Info on brake booster rebuild service if you have actual knowledge - good or bad.  Text info to Bob at 863-274-0568.
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Other items for sale / Q-Jet Carbs
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 10, 2017, 12:15:16 AM »
Q-Jet Carbs.  Text request for list to Bob at 863-274-0568.
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Engine Related Items / Re: Mystery Hose
« Last post by firebirdclub on December 07, 2017, 12:12:38 AM »
It connects to the rear of the drivers side valve cover PVC.
Eric Schroader
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