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BELWOOD, ONT

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Hey Greg, Saw your Stude a few times in person. Neet ride. You talked to a buddy of mine Ed Nicholson about the blower as he was into SC T birds. Welcome



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NEW DUNDEE, ONT

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Hello names Greg ,I drive a 61 parisienne bubbletop ,348-4spd  .Just got it on road last summer.I also drive a 1928 studebaker track roadster ,flathead 6cyl. with a supercharger.It's nice to have a canadian rod forum and hope to meet more car guys next summer.

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Welcome Greg....Very nice Pontiac....I had a 62 ragtop for years.......I imagine you are a member of the Canadian Poncho site?



Like the roadster too



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FINCH, ONT

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I love the poncho and the roadster looks like a hell of alot of fun welcome

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NORWOOD, ONT

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Welcome!!

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biggrin welcome and i like both of your rides biggrin



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NEW DUNDEE, ONT

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Yes I am on the canadian poncho site also, your 62 looks great. Last summer I had a275 hp -327 in the pontiac ,then I found a correct pontiac 348 engine.The car ran real good and looking forward to this summer. The stude is a toy ,my wife says it's good for about an hour and 15 minutes. It does ride rough but it's a lot of fun. I used all my stude parts that were taking up space in my garage.

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I havent been on the Poncho site much since I sold mine.......Brad with the 396 Beaumonts lives near here.....I was debating whether to go to the Poncho site and bug a few of those guys to have a look here.

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NEW DUNDEE, ONT

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I think some of the guys will find this site if they are true hotrodders. The purists tend to stick to there kind which all right to .

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LINDSAY, ONT

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Welcome Greg! Very nice rides... good to have you here!

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Both really nice rides Greg. We need to talk, my oldest son rescued a flat 4 from a Shepherd Cabin Cruiser. We were thinking a one-man, sorta like 40-50's dirt tracker - but street legal.

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SAULT STE MARIE, ONT

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The stude is awesome....love the studes!!!!!

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VICTORIA HARBOUR, ONT

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Well I am happy to see I am not the only one that has to make a choice on which ride to drive on any given day...lol Welcome Greg oh and by the way I have some left over parts from a 62 hard top. I have sold the car and the guy didn't want any spare parts.

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NEW DUNDEE, ONT

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That Pontiac sure is sweet. I saw it in your garage when you were still building it and we were house hunting. This past summer I was going out of town and you went by so I knew it was running but I have not seen you around other than that. I am just around the corner on Beechim Drive. Sure is good to have a Canadian site.

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