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 Looks like a great candidate to get it running, clean it up, and freshen up tires and other rubber parts, and drive as is.


 Yes.



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https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/strathcona-county/time-capsule/1319672365?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

$2,250.00

This car was last on the road in 1992 and it sat in a garage (without mice) for the next 25 years. Unfortunately while in storage it got hit in the rear center (see pictures) the frame did not get crushed but bent into the center. I have acquired a very nice rear bumper and a rust free trunk lid, both are included in the selling price. I changed the oil, flushed the gas tank, bleed the brakes, checked the trans oil and the diff oil . I also put new anti freeze in. The car had seat covers since new. I took them off and the seats are very nice. There is not any rust on the car and it drives very nicely. Please note: the 29,164 is miles not kilometers. Thanks

 



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https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/strathcona-county/time-capsule/1319672365?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

$2,250.00

This car was last on the road in 1992 and it sat in a garage (without mice) for the next 25 years. Unfortunately while in storage it got hit in the rear center (see pictures) the frame did not get crushed but bent into the center. I have acquired a very nice rear bumper and a rust free trunk lid, both are included in the selling price. I changed the oil, flushed the gas tank, bleed the brakes, checked the trans oil and the diff oil . I also put new anti freeze in. The car had seat covers since new. I took them off and the seats are very nice. There is not any rust on the car and it drives very nicely. Please note: the 29,164 is miles not kilometers. Thanks

 


Sad. It's going to need a ton more work than the write-up eludes to. A good '62 moredoor donor WILL be needed.



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what a sweetheart .   still dirt cheap including shiping .  



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Not a Pontiac but could be Canadian GMC wink

71 gmc

$1,200.00
 

350 3 speed, runs with gas down carb, needs fuel line repaired 1200.00 text 7802324442

 

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/edmonton/71-gmc/1320373828?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true



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427carl wrote:

what a sweetheart .   still dirt cheap including shiping .  


 I THINK ITS COMING TO MY HOUSE !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

KEEP YOU POSTED,



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Not the worst deal we've seen posted on here, that's for sure.

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427carl wrote:

what a sweetheart .   still dirt cheap including shiping .  


 I THINK ITS COMING TO MY HOUSE !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

KEEP YOU POSTED,


        Good for you Keith .   I love it  



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OURWAGON wrote:
427carl wrote:

what a sweetheart .   still dirt cheap including shiping .  


 I THINK ITS COMING TO MY HOUSE !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

KEEP YOU POSTED,


 Cool!!!  Looks like a great car to save!

Looking forward to details... smile



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I'm already looking forward to another build thread!

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I can see it now with 409 4 speed in it .  



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1967 parisienne for sale

$1,500.00

1967 Parisiene. Car is completely disassembled now, each screw bagged, labelled. All parts boxed and labelled. Good candidate for restoration. Floor solid expect around one seatbelt bolt. All emblems, components, trim present. Will need to box in frame on drivers side. Will need inner fenders on front. Will need new convertible top.

Provincial White Exterior, Blue Interior. Very little of these 2+2 registered. Even less still on road.

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/sudbury/1967-parisienne-for-sale/1320802163

 

No Engine badges,

Could this be a super rare 2+2 6 cylinder ?

 



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We've seen less car for sale for more money.



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https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/edmonton/59-pontiac-projects-2dr-and-a-4dr-wagon/1319818279?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

59 Pontiac projects 2dr and a 4dr wagon

$2,000.00

59 Pontiac projects 2dr and 4dr wagon. Needing restoration or make one with two. 2000 for both. 1000 each.

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"while in storage it got hit in the rear center" ... ... ... so, it was in a garage and got rear ended at what looks like 50kmh?

That sounds like a three drink story right there Ed, get the Crown Royal and we'll give ya the details eh?

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"while in storage it got hit in the rear center" ... ... ... so, it was in a garage and got rear ended at what looks like 50kmh?

That sounds like a three drink story right there Ed, get the Crown Royal and we'll give ya the details eh?


You would be surpised how easy things can mush

 

Farm tractor maybe ?

Below was done at the factory in St Thomas by a piece of heavy machinery about eight years ago.

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Yeah, I was thinking some kind of industrial equipment.  Heck, even a smallish forklift can weigh like 10,000 lbs and can do a lot of damage even in a low speed incident.

Plus, in reality it probably doesn't take much to pucker up the rear ends of one of those old X-frame Pontiacs.

Hopefully, though, it will be an "easy fix"...



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It's painful seeing a brand new mushed P71 Interceptor...

I forgot about the X-frame, MC. I wonder what they were thinking when they designed that. It just makes no sense from an engineering or safety perspective.

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1966 Acadian conso Project

$800.00

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/winnipeg/1966-acadian-conso-project/1285455206?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

Big Project needs floor and truck have all in pieces no seats have TOD v8 car she'll on rollers stripped can deliver call or text 204-745-8500

 



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Judging by the phone number that one is about 45 minutes from me but I won't be expecting anyone here will want me to check it out...

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https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/city-of-toronto/1962-acadian-2-dr-post-gasser-project/1330182327?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

 



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At worst ... $1500.00 worth of parts there.



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Gasser!     yes !  

 

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OURWAGON wrote:
427carl wrote:

what a sweetheart .   still dirt cheap including shiping .  


 I THINK ITS COMING TO MY HOUSE !!biggrinbiggrinbiggrin

KEEP YOU POSTED,


 Found something for you to help the car above,

$2,000

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/calgary/1962-pontiac-laurnetian/1332955639?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true



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ABC123 wrote:

https://www.kijiji.ca/v-classic-cars/strathcona-county/time-capsule/1319672365?enableSearchNavigationFlag=true

$2,250.00

This car was last on the road in 1992 and it sat in a garage (without mice) for the next 25 years. Unfortunately while in storage it got hit in the rear center (see pictures) the frame did not get crushed but bent into the center. I have acquired a very nice rear bumper and a rust free trunk lid, both are included in the selling price. I changed the oil, flushed the gas tank, bleed the brakes, checked the trans oil and the diff oil . I also put new anti freeze in. The car had seat covers since new. I took them off and the seats are very nice. There is not any rust on the car and it drives very nicely. Please note: the 29,164 is miles not kilometers. Thanks

 


 It will need some trim, but considering how easily the rear end was pushed in it should not be impossible for an experienced shop to jack the rear back into shape. You might be surprised at how well it could be repaired if necessary before resorting to pure cannibalization. It is a good idea to jack it back even if all the rear sheetmetal is to be replaced.



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