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Old 03-03-2014, 12:59 PM
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I'm in the Colorado Springs area - Looking for a good shop that knows Pontiac engines - Anyone know of one?

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Old 03-03-2014, 06:54 PM
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There are several good ones in the Denver area.
Verle Stevens Int. 303-549-5122
Ridge Reamer Inc. 303-420-3543
Madcap Racing Engines 303-298-0044
We have used all of these at one time or another

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Thanks! Appreciate it. Was hoping for something down in the Springs area, but I'll take it!

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Old 03-21-2014, 02:07 AM
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you might want to see if Laniers (sp?) is still in buisness, down town by the city hall area.

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Did you find a machine shop worthy of our poncho's in Colorado? If so I'm also looking for one.

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Norman has a nice Pontiac Stocker. And his brother Carroll, has a national record holding SS Pontiac. So, I'd value their opinions.

But, since Norman's post is over 2 years old, you may wanna check with him again. Things can change in that period of time.

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I used a local Pueblo shop. He did a good job. Although he forgot that the Pontiac cylinder 2 is the furthest forward, so he had to redo the pistons on the rods, they were backwards like a SBC.

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The last place I used in the springs is no longer.

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Gary Pace was the best and was the only guy in town with Pontiac torque plates but sadly he has passed. Burt's Auto is the only place I go to with my Pontiacs. I was actually able to get a baffled oilpan and a cleaned valley cover (they remove the spotwelds and clean it and reattach the bottom baffle) from them.

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I'm in the Colorado Springs area - Looking for a good shop that knows Pontiac engines - Anyone know of one?
You may want to stop by or call Beems Collision Center. and ask Dave. He does a lot of 69 Camaro restorations. He will know who to go to or who to ask.

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