www.pontiacparts.net/ you will need to send an e-mail to these folks to get a catalog
and also try <a href="http://www.ebay.com]www.ebay.com[/URL]
all these places deal with 1930-59 pontiac parts I have had good luck dealing with all that I have listed and if you need anymore help on your 49 give me a hollow or just send me an e-mail.
hey are a few more places for you to check.Old Gold Cars & Parts
Old Town, FL 32680
<a href="http://www.oldgoldcars.com" target="_blank">www.oldgoldcars.com</a>
Trim Parts Inc.
5161 Wolfpen-Pleasant Hill Rd.
Milford OH 45150
<a href="http://www.trimparts.com" target="_blank">www.trimparts.com</a>
Kurt Kelsey (I recomend this one...met him)
14083 P Ave
Iowa Falls, IA 50126
138 Kountz Rd.
Whitehall Mt 58759
Cooper's Vintage Auto Parts
3087 N. California St.
Burbank, CA 91504
R.J.&L. Automotive Fasteners
58 Bristol Ave.
Rochester, NY 14617
The Bumper Boyz
2435 E. 54 St. Los Angeles CA 90058
<a href="http://www.bumperboyz.com" target="_blank">www.bumperboyz.com</a>
CPR (California Pontiac Restoration)
431 S Seirra Way
San Bernardino Ca 92480
Desert Valley Auto Parts
2227 W. Happy Valley Rd.
Phoenix Az 85027
<a href="http://www.dvap.com" target="_blank">www.dvap.com</a>
I hope these help. I am not recomending them, this is just a list that
I copied out of a book called Pontiac Parts Locating Guide. I bought it on
ebay from Faxon Auto Literature (1-800-458-2734) for $25.oo. They gurantee
every part for every Pontiac, and I must say that I intend to use it. If you
want to know about how to get the book try:
Jalopy Joe Publishing Co
4645 Ruffner St. Unit M.
San Diego, CA 92111
<a href="http://www.jalopyjoe.com" target="_blank">www.jalopyjoe.com</a>
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