Members Login
Username 
 
Password 
    Remember Me  
Post Info TOPIC: 409 Parisienne


Addicted!

Status: Offline
Posts: 219
Date:
409 Parisienne



Looking for information on the 409 equipped 1964 Pontiacs. 

Does anyone out there know what the factory air cleaner looked like on this car?  Or have a photo of one?   (single 4BBL) 

Also ,... what type of decals were on the valve covers and air cleaner.   I know that they were different than Chevys.  And I'm guessing that the air cleaner was different on a Canadian car. .??. 

My 409 came out of a 1965 Impala.  I'm trying to detail it to match the '64 Parisienne it's going into.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you

__________________

Enjoy the ride while you can!


Uber Guru

Status: Offline
Posts: 3933
Date:

Valve cover decal from our Library that 73SC is putting to gether, Air cleaner and valve cover decals. No pic of the single carb aircleaner yet.


http://canadianponcho.activeboard.com/forum.spark?aBID=118110&p=3&topicID=26305684



Super_Flame_409_V_C.jpg

__________________


A Poncho Legend!

Status: Offline
Posts: 20744
Date:

Aubrey might help ...

http://www.bruneauperformance.ca/intro.html

__________________

Prince Edward Island

'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.



A Poncho Legend!

Status: Offline
Posts: 20091
Date:

Pontiacanada wrote:

Aubrey might help ...

http://www.bruneauperformance.ca/intro.html



Not likely, last we heard he was just incarcerated for a long time.

My research shows no Air Cleaner decal on the 409, just the valve cover decal as shown. All versions of the 409 were badged "Super Flame".

348's got "Astro Flame" for 4bbl versions and "Super Astro Flame" for tri power versions.






-- Edited by 73SC on Monday 5th of October 2009 08:24:41 AM

__________________

Ray White, Toronto ON

1973 LeMans 454 "Astro-Jet"

Built March 9, 1973 - Oshawa ON

1993 Corvette Convertible LT 1

Built January 10, 1993 - Bowling Green Kentucky 

 




A Poncho Legend!

Status: Offline
Posts: 35601
Date:

64 Hard Top wrote:


Looking for information on the 409 equipped 1964 Pontiacs. 

Does anyone out there know what the factory air cleaner looked like on this car?  Or have a photo of one?   (single 4BBL) 

Also ,... what type of decals were on the valve covers and air cleaner.   I know that they were different than Chevys.  And I'm guessing that the air cleaner was different on a Canadian car. .??. 

My 409 came out of a 1965 Impala.  I'm trying to detail it to match the '64 Parisienne it's going into.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you



1964 Pontiac Parisienne 009.jpg

 



__________________

 



A Poncho Legend!

Status: Offline
Posts: 49251
Date:

73SC wrote:

 

Pontiacanada wrote:

Aubrey might help ...

http://www.bruneauperformance.ca/intro.html



Not likely, last we heard he was just incarcerated for a long time.



If he's away for a while should a guy be saving info from his site? Could there be a chance it might "go down"?

 



__________________

1966 Strato Chief 2 door, 427 4 speed, 45,000 original miles 

1966 Grande Parisienne, 396 1 of 23 factory air cars (now converted to a "factory" 4 speed)



A Poncho Legend!

Status: Offline
Posts: 35601
Date:

can the whole site be downloaded??

__________________

 



Addicted!

Status: Offline
Posts: 219
Date:


Good idea of saving the info on the Bruneau Performance site!  It will eventually be gone once the ISP bills go to far into arrears.  I'm sure he's not to concerned about paying bills from jail. I noticed some directories on the site are already broken.  Which means that the web space has not been paid for certain space on the site. 

There's a lot of info on Canadian Pontiacs on that site.  It's quite possible that the site will never be back once it's gone.,. given the circumstances. 



__________________

Enjoy the ride while you can!
Page 1 of 1  sorted by
 
Quick Reply

Please log in to post quick replies.

Tweet this page Post to Digg Post to Del.icio.us
.
Support Canadian Poncho!
Select Amount:
<
.
.
.