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  1. Poncho_Villa
    09-12-2014 08:33 PM
    Poncho_Villa
    Hello Elefantrider, I was going to order some wheel cylinder kits from RockAuto but the shipping charges to me were ridiculous. So I have been checking into various part numbers for them and found my local parts store has them for the rear wheels - Raybestos #WK250 and the alternate # is C659 I found this on Ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/Drum-Brake-W...-/261142410144 The site says that these are not compatible with '63 Lemans but they are 15/16" so should work and my parts guys claims they will.
    I Also found at my parts store the cups for the front Part #1219. The parts guy wants me to bring in a front cylinder to measure for the rubber boots. I was able to salvage the springs and they are in good shape. Have you pulled the trigger on ordering any? How about master cylinder kits?
  2. rdtripn_rte66
    08-15-2014 01:36 PM
    rdtripn_rte66
    I stopped by my house as we were 4 hrs ahead of schedule. I pulled the wheels off & my parts car has these tiny brake drums.
    I just sold a complete wheel to wheel front end last weekend that did have the drums.
    Sorry. I thought I seen finned drums thru the front end.
    Let me know if I can help any further.
    Robin
    Ur. PM box is full. Said u need to clear up to recv more msgs. FYI
  3. MR GTX
    03-14-2014 07:07 PM
    MR GTX
    HI ,iM LOOKING FOR A LEFT 65 GTO FENDER 815 9541893 MIKE
  4. goa484
    12-20-2012 01:25 AM
    goa484
    hey got your private message but your inbox is full socant send reply
  5. oldcarnut
    10-29-2012 09:34 AM
    oldcarnut
    You know, I have spoken to Mike. He is very interested in what i will be able to get SVRA to approve. I am very confident that i will be able to get the live axle cleared. The competition director for SVRA lives in my town and we talk often about the direction the car will go. It is not going to try to replicate the Paul Goldsmith car, it will just be a 63 Lemans that fits certain criteria that will allow it to compete in one or two classes. Got the next two days to think about it with the storm keeping us stuck in our house. It is getting nasty now. 8-10 foot storm surge.
  6. oldcarnut
    10-25-2012 11:34 AM
    oldcarnut
    Hello, I am the person hoping to build the 63 tempest/lemans roadracecar. I was wondering if you could elaborate on the 63 that raced in canada. I am trying to compile as much info as possible to justify how i would like to build my car. Thanks, Gary
  7. ssl78396
    11-12-2011 04:41 PM
    ssl78396
    Hello
    I am a new member here and I see you live in So Cal
    I am the current owner of the 1965 GTO posted on the forum you commented about drag car. I would like to email you more pic's and ask some idea's on the history search for the car ? My email ssl78396@yahoo.com Joe

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    Cars
    '62 Lemans (white/blue), '63 Lemans (white/red), '65 GTO (burgundy/white), '69 Bonneville Wagon (verdoro green/black)
    Biography
    '65 GTO was my first car and I have been into Pontiacs ever since. Dad started me on Pontiacs, having once owned many ponchos, a '57, '62 & now a '59.

    My all-time Favorite Pontiacs:
    '59 Catalina
    '60 any Catalina or Ventura
    '61 any Catalina/Ventura/Safari
    '63 Catalina HT or Convertible
    '62-63 Lemans
    '65 GTO Convertible.
    '61, 62, 65 or 69 Wagons.

    Currently own a '69 Safari Wagon tow car/parts runner.

    My Favorite Pontiac Colors:
    '59-'61 Jadestone Green, Coronado Red, Dawnfire
    Location
    So. California

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