Numbers don't match! Especially HP and ET. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/496943
10,000 for all 6 cars, that averages to 2000 per car, some may be worth more, some may be worth less(or is that worthless). And if you think there may be some that are worth more, they would have to include official paperwork from GM historical to prove options, BB, 4spd, 738, etc.
MY BEAUMONT HAS 4 STUDDED TIRES AND 2 BLOCKHEATERS......AND LOTS OF OIL UNDERNEATH
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Yams wrote:We have the GM Canada paperwork for the two cars we have, and the others are in the process of doing so
We have the GM Canada paperwork for the two cars we have, and the others are in the process of doing so
Very cool James, please post the GM docs for the 2 cars you have
I'll get a few pics of the cars and the documentation to post. The cars are located in Pictou County Nova Scotia, so I'm not too far away from you Todd!!
James, what is the factory colours out side and interior of the 2 cars?
Yams wrote:The SD 396 car is Emerald Green Turquoise Metallic, black vinyl top, black bucket interior The 283 car is Granada Gold Metallic , gold bucket interior
The SD 396 car is Emerald Green Turquoise Metallic, black vinyl top, black bucket interior The 283 car is Granada Gold Metallic , gold bucket interior
That BB car would be a beauty restored
Yes, I'm less than 10 minutes from the ferry on the PEI side. My sister lives in Eureka. Would love to see these cars!
Yams wrote:I'll get a few pics of the cars and the documentation to post. The cars are located in Pictou County Nova Scotia, so I'm not too far away from you Todd!!
Eureka is 10 maybe 15 minutes max (if you're enjoying the scenery) from where the cars are located.
Yams wrote:Looking for a "ballpark" current condition value. Neither has any drivetrain.
Looking for a "ballpark" current condition value. Neither has any drivetrain.
Do you own them? or are you trying to buy?
They are priceless IF you have a many thousands of dollars to restore them...
with 9 projects already you will be busy for 20-30 years :)
Brother in law grew up in that area. Wouldn't surprise me if he knows the owner.
Yams wrote:Eureka is 10 maybe 15 minutes max (if you're enjoying the scenery) from where the cars are located.
We own the 396 and 283 cars, the others are at another location about 2 hrs away. He's on the fence about selling them so we'll see what happens.
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___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Thanks Carl, I figured I'd have to blank out the last few numbers due to some not so cool individuals that may try to pull a fast one! My father (72 yrs young), my brother, and myself are gearheads through and through. We have lots of GM projects and runners currently in our stable, but the two Beaumonts are the only Pontiacs to date. I'll post some pics when I get a chance but here's a list of the project cars:
Well Jamie, I have been involved with Beaumont's and the Beaumont community for around 5 years, and I can say that your going to upset someone if you continue to call a Beaumont a Pontiac. LOL
As far as I am concerned, the value depends on who is looking, and what to they know and want. I bought my project car in Alberta and paid a lot more than values mentioned in this thread.
Again welcome to the site
1950 Pontiac Silver Streak 2 Dr Sedan L6 239 cuin (Under Restoration)
1967 Beaumont 2 Dr Sport Coupe A 51 package 454, cuin, GM Crate short block plus upgrades
1985 GMC 4x4 One Owner, 383 cuin. GM Crate complete