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Ye Olde Webmaster

855 Posts

Posted - 03 Jun 2016 :  11:36:02 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Starting today, for a period of 2 weeks, ending 17 June, the forum will not permit registration This is being done to stop spammers or robots that continually hack this forum. This is an unusual measure...I know, but it is one that must be tried. Thanks for your patience, especially to those real enthusiasts that wish to register on the PSP forum in the next two weeks.

Bill Boyle,
Ye Olde Webmaster

"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

Sitting Duck

1531 Posts

Posted - 03 Jun 2016 :  11:57:09 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Thanks Bill.
I can't imagine chasing the A-hole scammers off the site everyday,it must be like having a full time job for you.
That's why guys like me donate to this site annually.
BTW,if you have not donated,step it up!

71' GTO Original 400 M20 3.23 posi
13.95@102.1 MPH on street tires
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Sitting Bull

178 Posts

Posted - 04 Jun 2016 :  01:05:39 AM  Show Profile  Visit Lee's Homepage  Reply with Quote
Bill, you aren't taking that time to do the Hot Rod Power Tour, are you? If so, the Baytown/Royal Purple stop is only 25 minutes away from me :-)

Keep up the great work old friend, it warms my heart to see you still keeping this site alive!

CURRENT: '73 T/A clone, starting to get less boring!...
67 Firebird (sold) 11.27 @ 119.6 Feb. '05 issue HPP
69 Falcon wagon, 10.51 @ 130mph Feb. '10 issue PHR (sold)
72 Cutlass Convertible, first car, owned since '82, now with a 6.0 LS, mild, putting just under 400 hp/tq to the wheels.
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Ye Olde Webmaster

855 Posts

Posted - 17 Jun 2016 :  07:47:59 AM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Registration is now open as promised. Let's see how this goes.

"Dedicated to keeping the classic Pontiac engine alive."

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