This website was established in July, 2013 to liquidate 30+ years of parts from collecting, restoring and helping restore Pontiacs from about 1957 – 1972 including Grand Prix, Bonneville, Catalina, 2+2, GTO, Lemans and Tempest. Along the way a few early Firebird and Trans AM parts snuck in, but you won’t find many unless the part interchanges with “A” or “B” body cars. It’s going to take awhile to get most of the parts listed, so if you don’t see what you need, just ask.
The website is updated as new parts are uncovered, indentified and added and/or as parts sell. Just now getting into the back shelves of the shop that haven’t been touched in 20+ years, who knows what’s hidden in those boxes/crates.
5/25/2015 – I am adding a new category for all other non Pontiac radios. Over the years, I have ended up with several hundred radios from the 1930’s to the 1980’s. Many were acquired from wrecking yard buyouts, swap meets, trades and occasional estates. Many of the radios have excellent cosmetics from being stored for many years inside dry environments. Also will list many parts: faceplates, knobs, bezels, lens removed from a specific non working, non repairable radio. If you want additional photos or details about a specific radio, just ask.
1/30/2016 – A new section, estate liquidation, is being setup for the purpose of disposing parts, mostly 1963 – 1967 full size Pontiac. Many have not seen the light of day for 30+ years and are superb pieces. Some pieces are rechromed, some are NOS, many are really nice originals. Parts will be added to this section over the next several months, check back often for the best chance of acquiring the parts.
Many of these parts are listed/sold on eBay. You can generally buy them for less money directly off this site. Check my listings/feedback on eBay under seller: zboo2
Lots of little parts will not be listed, but I have lots of them.
Trying to make this site so simple even I can figure it out and assuming I succeed, you’ll not have a problem.
To use this site all you have to do is pick from the categories on the RH side of the home page and click it. Several sub categories will come up, click again to see the pictures, info and price.
Part quality rating is simple, the higher the number on a 10 scale, the better.
In telling which model a part fits I’m using GP or P8 for full size, “B” body, and GTO for intermediate, “A” body. If the part is unique to one or two models only I’m using Lemans, Tempest, 2+2, etc.
Mailing info: Bob Vidan, 7510 NW 16th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98665
Email is email@example.com That’s oh oh, not zero zero. Even I get confused about it at times.
To purchase parts, see the F.A.Q. section at the top of the home page.