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  1. FireJudge
    10-23-2014 07:40 PM
    FireJudge
    Paul, I have now stopped at your shop 6 times but I have not caught you in. I am a member of the Indy GTO club but I cannot make any saturday meetings. I am friends with Bill so I am sure he will put me to work at next years nationals. Hey I am looking for a 69 Intake 9794234 with a date code of D019 or anything from the 1st or second week of April.
  2. FireJudge
    04-03-2014 04:24 PM
    FireJudge
    Hi Paul, my name is Terry and I live around Noblesville IN. I purchased a 69 Judge last fall. I have been a Pontiac guy from the 70's. I have spent a lot of time on here researching and learning about the Judge. Very informative. I stopped by your shop this morning but you were not in. I just wanted to thank you and everyone else on this site for the helpful information.
  3. dataway
    12-06-2013 03:04 PM
    dataway
    Paul,
    Could you look at the rear lower control arms in this thread:

    http://forums.performanceyears.com/f...d.php?t=742684

    And tell what you think the application was for the arm with the holes? The arm without the holes is the original lower, rear control arm off my 68. The arm without the holes is a used replacement I bought, cleaned, painted. My main concern is "correctness"
    Thanks,
    John Branson
  4. Vince GTO
    08-09-2012 07:49 PM
    Vince GTO
    Hello Paul,
    Give me a call about our club meeting next Tuesday the 14th.
    Vince
  5. shannon2356
    03-27-2011 03:49 PM
    shannon2356
    Paul! Just read about your shop in HotRod and Restoration. dont know if you remember me or not. But me and my dad came up to your shop a few years ago. And picked up a few used parts for a 68 Tempest I was restoring. Congrats on getting in the mag. And thanks again for the help on the Pontiac. Shannon Anderson
  6. corn goat
    09-05-2010 05:11 PM
    corn goat
    Paul ,thanks for the advice on the master cylinder.I put a new ignition sector actuator(black plastic gear for a non tilt) in and it seemed to line up fine with its biggest tooth in the appropriate part of the rack.put in the new lock cyl and made sure it engaged with the black gear(did it abunch of times to make sure i was doing it right.problem is the cyl will spin far enough to engage the accessory aspect of the ignition switch but wont go far enough past lock on the column to start or even provide current to the run circuit .had my multimeter on the ignition to the ballast resistor and the windshield wiper switch on as a check.Also verified the nuetral/ back up switch would allowit to try to start.the ignition cyl rotates past lock about 3/8s of an inch but i cant feel the spring back of the start aspect of the switch?the rod that goes from the rack to the switch is 10 and 5/8s of an inch longCan you help me goat god?Thanks Dave
  7. codyyy
    06-08-2010 01:16 AM
    codyyy
    Going to send out that steering box tomorrow. Do you think you could give me a price on that mini-kit including shipping and the core calipers and booster? Thanks.
  8. codyyy
    06-04-2010 10:05 PM
    codyyy
    I'm getting ready to ship out the steering box to you but need your address. Also, I'd like to buy that mini-kit off you soon and ship the core calipers and booster. Thanks.
  9. Ron Landis
    12-07-2009 10:38 PM
    Ron Landis
    Paul...I need a '69 WT w/48s for Kevin's car. Any leads? Thanks. Ron
  10. Tempest65
    08-12-2009 06:57 PM
    Tempest65
    Paul,
    Mike Nixon thaought you might be able to help me locate some seat vinyl for my '65 Tempest Custom Convertible. I have the two tone red interior and only need the front bench seat and door panels. I could use rear or a non split bench seat and take out the insert with all the ironed detail, then have the rest stitched up. Let me know what you think. Thanks - Mike

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    7 68 gto's, 70 judge, 70 GTO racecar, 77 CanAm racecar, numerous parts cars
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    Have owned GTO's since 1983. ASE Master Tech, owner of FAST Automotive in Batesville IN, specializing in Pontiac Restorations since 2001.
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    FAST Automotive -The Pontiac restoration shop, not the fuel injection guys! I had the name first.

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    68 GTO's (RA II, RA I, HO, convert, Pro Street, Racecar, etc.), 2 69 GTO Judges, 70 GTO racecar -10.77 @ 124mph, 68 Tempest survivor, 3 03 Aztecs!

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