March '19

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MARCH 2019 THE SHOP 53 Enthusiast featured Lilly's build of a '72 Firebird Formula 400 on the cover. The story tells how the hot Pontiac got a 525-hp second lease on life. Woodward Restoration Services Woodward Avenue in Detroit was where Pontiac engineers tested cars like the GTO in real-world scenarios. Wes Woodward lives about 30 miles north of Pittsburgh, and keeps the Woodward name alive at his Pontiac restoration outlet. His specialties include rust repair and painting. "I do it all, from a minor scratch to complete disassembly, repair and paint," he says. Woodward has been in business for 40 years and charges $45 per hour, plus parts and materials. You can call him at (724) 865-9684 or (724) 272-3467. Nunzi's Automotive Annunziata Romano of Brooklyn has been a go-to Pontiac expert since the days of the classic muscle cars. Over 40 years he's built his reputation as a premier The Golden Indian is a famous custom car that Lou Calasibetta restored. Old Stillwa- ter Garage also turned out this '57 Safari Trans- continental. Indian head hood ornaments were used on Pontiacs from 1926 to 1956. In the early to mid-'50s, light-up versions were optional. LOYAL COMPANIONS

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