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RE: 63-70 Full size production numbers


Thanks!  It has a dummy block in it right now.  (spare 1965 date code 396 with three frozen pistons-at least so far!) The original block is built and painted  and ready to go in.  The worst rust is in the trunk on the two body mounts, but the frame is great and the rest of the body has a few perforations but nothing structural.

I will be driving it this summer or else!

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Well, if you get tired of it, let me know...wink

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Hi Carl, given your past and your obvious passion you'll be the first to know!

I can't see it happening soon though.  I see myself  someday as a shrivelled little old man giving some punk in a jacked up hybrid  pickup the finger as he tries pathetically to pass and then stomping on it!

heh heh heh

ken

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66 Grande Parisienne 396 with AC (built October 26 1965)

39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)

1960 Sunbeam Alpine

69 Chevy CST pickup
38 Willys pickup electric powered project

51 Airstream time machine portal

1976 GMC 23'  motorhome



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66 Grande guy wrote:

Hi Carl, given your past and your obvious passion you'll be the first to know!

I can't see it happening soon though. I see myself someday as a shrivelled little old man giving some punk in a jacked up hybrid pickup the finger as he tries pathetically to pass and then stomping on it!

heh heh heh

ken



rofl.gif You're a good writer Ken. I can visualize that perfectly!!!

 



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66 Grande guy wrote:

I seem to remember that we had a case with no tach at one time. I'll take a look.

I also took some project car pictures today that will try to attach.  Remember it the potential that keeps yo going!

Ken



       thanks!    car looks good    want to sell it?



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So, let me get this straight. 427carl and carl stevenson are two different guys?

In any case, if I get tired of the old basket case I will be sure to let you slavering fanatics (I'm one too) know.

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66 Grande Parisienne 396 with AC (built October 26 1965)

39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)

1960 Sunbeam Alpine

69 Chevy CST pickup
38 Willys pickup electric powered project

51 Airstream time machine portal

1976 GMC 23'  motorhome



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Yes 2 Carls biggrin     Carl S is Carl1  and is the good looking guy, from the Red River Vally  in Man..  427Carl is Carl2  and is the old guy, from Southwestern Ont.   and there is a "in the closet" Carl as well hmm

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65 Parisienne Custom Sport 76637 ( v-8 2 dr sport coupe ) 9878 made.
Mine is Nocturne Mist Metallic with Gunmetal Ponchtrain ( mixed vinyl and cloth ) interior 283 2bbl
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Welcome aboard Ted. Any photos of your Custom Sport?

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thanks for your info

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65 Parisienne Custom Sport 76637 ( v-8 2 dr sport coupe ) 9878 made.
Mine is Nocturne Mist Metallic with Gunmetal Ponchtrain ( mixed vinyl and cloth ) interior 283 2bbl
Ted



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Hi: Im New To Canadian Poncho but have been snooping on the site for awhile: I Own a 67 Pontiac Pariseanne convertable. 283 2 barrel. Someone in Kelona owns one too! I cant find him. They asked why his car never had the engine size on the front Quarter panels and the answer was they didnt have them till 68. Thats wrong because the 67 brochures show the engine size on the quarter panel on the front. My question is what is the number in the front of the production vehicles. EX 76467 67 pontiac. Thanks

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Welcome aboard
Are you asking what the numbers mean on the tag riveted to the cowl? If you post all your numbers we'll decode them for you.


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1967 PONTIAC PARIESENNE CONV.  (1981).jpgAirCleaner wrote:

Hi: Im New To Canadian Poncho but have been snooping on the site for awhile: I Own a 67 Pontiac Pariseanne convertable. 283 2 barrel. Someone in Kelona owns one too! I cant find him. They asked why his car never had the engine size on the front Quarter panels and the answer was they didnt have them till 68. Thats wrong because the 67 brochures show the engine size on the quarter panel on the front. My question is what is the number in the front of the production vehicles. EX 76467 67 pontiac. Thanks

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       Welcome   the more the merrier    lol       good question   need pictures

                Here is my 67  in 81



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Carl Nice looking machine. I love the color. Do you have any problems looking for parts for her. Being a Canadian car I find parts hard to find, and the value of the car is low. Just cause it Canadian. Heres mineP9150043.JPG

Shes like another wife keeping me broke. But I love them both.

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That is a beautiful car. Welcome here! You've got a lot of "car brothers" here by the look of your car.

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AirCleaner wrote:

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Carl lost his in 1981



       Sweet! clap.gif   very nice   treat them both nice and you got it made...


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AirCleaner wrote:

Hi: Im New To Canadian Poncho but have been snooping on the site for awhile: I Own a 67 Pontiac Pariseanne convertable. 283 2 barrel. Someone in Kelona owns one too! I cant find him. They asked why his car never had the engine size on the front Quarter panels and the answer was they didnt have them till 68. Thats wrong because the 67 brochures show the engine size on the quarter panel on the front. My question is what is the number in the front of the production vehicles. EX 76467 67 pontiac. Thanks

-- Edited by AirCleaner at 19:41, 2009-01-02



thats the body codes given to each body style made by gm,to distinguish between models  the 7 is for gm canada (canadian pontiac ,acadian beaumont )64 is for parisienne and 67 is for convertible

if it was a hardtop it would be a 76487
or strato chief the 64 would be a 53 or 54 number as its a lower model
laurentiens are 55 or 56s
parisiennes are 63 or 64s etc 



even numbers are v8s odd 6 cyls




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something like this

pontiac 1967
753 -strato chief 6 cyl
754-strato chief 8 cyl
755-laurentien 6cyl
756-laurentien 8cyl
763-parisienne 6cyl
764-parisienne 8 cyl
766-grand parisienne 8cyl
767-parisienne 2+2 6cyl
768   parisienne 2+2 8cyl


Body style - 65-71
11 = 2-door sedan
35 = 4-door station wagon, 2-seat (1965-68 models)
36 = 4-door station wagon, 2-seat (1969-71 models)
37 = 2-door Sport Coupe
37 = 2-door coupe
39 = 4-door Sport Sedan )
45 = 4-door station wagon, 3-seat (1965-68 models)
46 = 4-door station wagon, 3-seat (1969-71 models)
47= 2-door coupe
57 = 2-door coupe
67 = 2-door convertible
69 = 4-door sedan
87 = 2-door Sport Coupe (fastback)


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Hey Thanks a lot guys. I do feel Like I am lucky to have chosen such a friendly  and Helpful site. Hope I can help out.  biggrin.gif

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427carl wrote:

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 C2, I see that you have the copy--paste issue down pat!!!  Well,thumbsup.gif to you!!!


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Hey Thanks a lot guys. I do feel Like I am lucky to have chosen such a friendly  and Helpful site. Hope I can help out.  biggrin.gif



 Lots of '67's popping up on here!!! That's grrreat!!!! Richard, you will have to tell us more about yours......Good show!!! Here is the chart from the parts catalogue that is the same description as 68sd's. Also a pic of my Rag as well!!!

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Lots of '67's popping up on here!!! That's grrreat!!!! Richard, you will have to tell us more about yours......Good show!!! Here is the chart from the parts catalogue that is the same description as 68sd's. Also a pic of my Rag as well!!!


68sd you got a great looking car. They sure are fun to drive.
The Pontiac is a Rescue Car. I rescued her from British Columbia. She has 55000 original miles original interior in excellent shape, she has been painted but has some chips to repair, having trouble matching the paint. Rear speaker works, I was told at appraisal thats rare. The wife let me buy her cause she likes the color. But Now the wife just likes to cruise.

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Lots of '67's popping up on here!!! That's grrreat!!!! Richard, you will have to tell us more about yours......Good show!!! Here is the chart from the parts catalogue that is the same description as 68sd's. Also a pic of my Rag as well!!!


68sd you got a great looking car. They sure are fun to drive.
The Pontiac is a Rescue Car. I rescued her from British Columbia. She has 55000 original miles original interior in excellent shape, she has been painted but has some chips to repair, having trouble matching the paint. Rear speaker works, I was told at appraisal thats rare. The wife let me buy her cause she likes the color. But Now the wife just likes to cruise.







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