Archive for the What's new on the Oakland Scene Category

Dec 2011 SMOKE SIGNALS

Posted in What's new on the GMC Scene, What's new on the Oakland Scene, What's new on the Pontiac scene on November 30, 2011 by pontiacoaklandclub

The 12/11 SMOKE SIGNALS is now ready for members to view from our web site (poci.org). features this month include: 1910 Oakland (Keith Bailey); 1963 SD Catalina clone (Tom Schlauch); 2011 GP Chapter Show; 1936 Pontiac (John Gunnell); DIY Tech: Another Look at Brakes; A Piece of Drag Race History Preserved (PJ Heck)

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Tim Dye & the Pontiac Oakland Museum (Pontiac, IL)

Posted in What's new on the Oakland Scene, What's new on the Pontiac scene on March 31, 2011 by pontiacoaklandclub

Plan to attend the grand opening this July – read more

Wanted for 1918 Oakland (CA)

Posted in Classifieds, What's new on the Oakland Scene on January 11, 2011 by pontiacoaklandclub

1918 OaklandWanted for 1918 Oakland Model 34B: headlight, (2) 60-spoke 24″ Budd wire wheels,(2) rear Budd drive hubs, (2) Budd 24″ snap rings, firewall flange-mount Klaxon horn. Bill Harris (209) 533-0433 (CA)

1910 Oakland-Best of Show 2010 POCI Convention

Posted in What's new on the Oakland Scene on September 14, 2010 by pontiacoaklandclub

1910 Oakland Runabout

Posted in What's new on the Oakland Scene on July 23, 2010 by pontiacoaklandclub

1910 Oakland Runabout

Best of Show

2010 POCI Convention in Charleston, WV

(owned by Ronald and Leann Laird)

June Smoke Signals

Posted in What's new on the GMC Scene, What's new on the Oakland Scene, What's new on the Pontiac scene on May 26, 2010 by pontiacoaklandclub

The June issue of Smoke Signals is in the mail!

June 2010 Smoke Signals

June 2010 Smoke Signals

Find out about club membership at poci.org

Visit us on Facebook:   Pontiac Oakland Club

POCI Members: the magazine has been uploaded to the POCI web site.

Crossroads….

Posted in What's new on the Oakland Scene on May 22, 2010 by pontiacoaklandclub
Oakland-Pontiac connection

Oakland-Pontiac connection

Street sign in Minnetonka, MN hints of an Oakland-Pontiac connection!