Sweet ride Pontiac in our "group" back nearly fifty years ago now (scary thought) there was three that stood out a old Bud Bo Diddly had a 66 GTO super nice car,Glenns 68 400 Firebird a real street weapon,and Millers 73 T/A 455 a classic that at one time could have been bought at a reasonable price after he smoked the motor if I had of had any foresight at all would have put in the barn now unless I win a lotto the chances of owning any of the above are well zero.You sir have one of the top Poncho models ever built
Yup. Had both our oldest daughter and oldest son visiting, along with 4 of our 7 grandkids. Had to take turns taking everyone around for a few laps of downtown for the parade/cruise. We try to get kids in it whenever we can, even if just to let them sit in it for photos. I hope it might help to get a few youngsters to "catch the bug" and understand what fun old cars can be. You know, "Put down your phone and listen to this rumble - and maybe wave this flag out the window." 🇺🇲
It was so sad looking at just two Ponchos here that I had to do something. So, although this isn't mine, I'm posting an additional car. Not the best photos, but the best I could find this morning. This is my buddy Ray's '70. While not a 100% purpose-built autocross car, he does race it.