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Melt Snow Melt

I don’t know about you guys but I can not wait for the weather to get warmer here in New England.  This fall we scored this 1963 Pontiac Parisienne and only got to cruise it a few time before putting it in hibernation mode.  For those of you who have never heard of a Parisienne there is a good reason for that.  The Parisienne is the canadian cousin to the Bonneville here in the states.  Canadian models were Pontiac on the outside and Chevy underneath.  This hybrid came with a 283 2 bbl engine backed with a powerglide.  Once we brought this car back from its former home on the New York / Pennsylvania border it didn’t take much to get it to where you see it today.  We cleaned out the tank, fixed a few wiring issues, rebuilt the carb, swapped out the wheels and tires, lowered it, fixed a few leaks and gave it some fresh fluids.  As soon as the weather is nice you will catch us in this thing all over Connecticut and the rest of New England.

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