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hello from santiago de chile


Well,  How are you friends, my name Cristian stawiszynski and i am from santiago de chile 
I have a beaumont GTA 1969, I saw this page on the internt and I say that's nice, there are many information about this great cars .

I am a administrator of my own page in chile: www.acadianbeaumont.cl   
Page only for Beaumonts in chile
Well i hope we can talk about this cars and get rise them again 
bye 

beaumonts rules !!!

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Welcome aboard Cristian. I was hoping someone from Chile would find their way here. I had a look at your web page and it looks fantastic. Very well done. Unfortunatley I don't speak Spanish so it took me a while to get through it. I knew that the Beaumont was built in chile until '71 but it so hard to find anything on the internet. I'm glad you posted your link.
Here is another link that I have for anyone interested:
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=es&u=http://www.tuerca.cl/articulos/2004/agosto/acadian/&prev=/search%3Fq%3D1969%2BBeaumont%2BSD%26hl%3Den%26lr%3D%26sa%3DG
I think you will find everyone on the forum very helpful and be sure if there is anything I can help you with it would be my pleasure. Click on my avatar for my email.
Again, a big welcome!
 Awesome avatar!

-- Edited by SD 396 at 10:48, 2008-01-31

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 Welcome Christian!

 Cool site, funny, not knowing spanish I can still figure my way around your site a little. I'll put a link to it on our links page. Perhaps you could link to ours.

 Great Avatar btw!

 Cheers, Mark.

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Hello Christian.
We are all anxious to learn more about Beaumonts sold in Chile! Did they have specific GTA emblems?
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This cars came disarmed from Canada in some kind of boxes of wood
and they were armed in a factory called Tecna in Arica, Chile
They came under the name of Acadian Beaumont not Ponitiac Beaumont

Only one model came to Chile: Custom Sport Coupe and the engine: 230 cid. of 6 cilinders, And talk about the version SD ...     no way
The emblems were like this

(except the V8 emblem)

-- Edited by slowriderGTA at 12:43, 2008-01-31

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Hello Cristian and welcome!

I am scheduled to go to Santiago on a business trip in May, maybe if I have time I could look you up and see your Beaumont?

Cheers,

Hillar.

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of course man, you will be wellcome

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Hi Cristian
 I would love to have one of the GTA emblems for my collection. Are they difficult to find? Some of the emblems are being reproduced for the Beaumonts now including the SD emblem. 
 Is the Beaumont emblem in the picture used for the 1968 grille the same as Canada?
 

slowriderGTA wrote:

This cars came disarmed from Canada in some kind of boxes of wood
and they were armed in a factory called Tecna in Arica, Chile
They came under the name of Acadian Beaumont not Ponitiac Beaumont

Only one model came to Chile: Custom Sport Coupe and the engine: 230 cid. of 6 cilinders, And talk about the version SD ...     no way
The emblems were like this

(except the V8 emblem)

-- Edited by slowriderGTA at 12:43, 2008-01-31







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My car is pictured on your site. I don't think it has ever been in Chile.
James

-- Edited by jfkheat at 17:41, 2008-01-31

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jfkheat wrote:

My car is pictured on your site. I don't think it has ever been in Chili.
James



Maybe not in Chile James but it is from Canada so it has been Chilly biggrin



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jfkheat wrote:

My car is pictured on your site. I don't think it has ever been in Chile.
James



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Your car seem to me very nice and it looks like new,  so I put it in my site.
I have many pictures of your great car, the interior is very pretty
 nice car !

Have you any new pictures of your car?




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I don't have any new pictures of it. Right now the engine is out and the engine compartment is being redone. I'll take pictures when it is complete.
James

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Hey Christian,

Welcome aboard, always good to see another Pontiac that's survived. I think you email me about your car years ago but all I received was a picture and garbled text. I responded to your email but it came back undeliverable.

Check my clubs web site http://cdnclassics.chevelles.net/ You'll see some Beaumonts there.

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