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These are the 1930 & 31, 1932, 1932, 1933...Why more of them won't like the 30&31 I don't know. Would have saved Pontiac lots of money. But wouldn't have make as nice as collection.
















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These are the 1936 1936 - 1937 1937 - 1938 1938.. After 1932 most years they had two models. One for the 6 cylinder & different one for the 8 cylinder. Still doing some research on the 1938 cause starting to think there was a mid year change in the 8 cylinder one. LES
 

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Thats a pretty intense collection... My collection consists of my car, thats pretty much. I feel like i should atleast go buy a shirt the says pontiac on it or something and hang in on my wall. haha
 

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These are the 1939, 1939, 1940, & 1940. These also were the opening handles to get the hood up. I have the catch hook hiden in walnut base on all of them. Les
 

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These are the 1941, 1941, 1942, 1946, & 1946. Still looking for a 1944 Pontiac would love to have one to set in the front yard. It would be Cool.
 

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This is the 1956 8-cyl. This is the illuminated one which would glow with a soft light when the headlights were on. Most of the amber plastic inserts would do this. Kind of cool in it's day.
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This is what I'm looking for!! A 1944 PONTIAC Anyone seeing one
please advise me. You see them in Museums occasionally.LES
 

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I know it pales in comparison but I have these.

A handful of 1/18 scale including one that roughly matches my car:


All 11 of the Johnny Lightning 2004 GTOs:


And of course my two full sized ones:
 

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These are the 1936 1936 - 1937 1937 - 1938 1938.. After 1932 most years they had two models. One for the 6 cylinder & different one for the 8 cylinder. Still doing some research on the 1938 cause starting to think there was a mid year change in the 8 cylinder one. LES
I have a NOS 38 Hood Orm, came with my 38 Business Coupe 8< which is Street Rodded now, fill the holes in the hood molding, think someone told me once it was for the six cylinder model, but I have no Idea, what's the difference? Can.t find a pic in my files, also have a rechrome 40 Pontiac
 

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This thread should have been called: "Whats in FNG69 Collection" ;)
I am enjoying the thread, he has really neat stuff. Never thought of collecting this type of stuff. And had to widdle all the bases out to fit the emblems. Wish I had that kind of time, too busy working to slow down.
 

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I am enjoying the thread, he has really neat stuff. Never thought of collecting this type of stuff. And had to widdle all the bases out to fit the emblems. Wish I had that kind of time, too busy working to slow down.
Yeah, they look really cool, specially the ones that look like they have amber in them. :cheers
 
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