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Old 05-06-2011, 06:57 AM
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Hello everyone,
I just found out that an unknown engine I've had for many years is a Lee/Pontiac. I have been unable to find any info about this little engine and was hoping someone could help me out about it's history and value, it's in good running condition.
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Ford,
Here's one thread but also do a search here for more information. Value $500 to maybe as high as $1000 for a complete original. Mayer carbs are often missing as well as crankcase breather.

http://www.smokstak.com/forum/showth...=lee%2Fpontiac
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Try looking up the Pontiac in The Gas Engine Magazine, if you can find the directory. I rember seeing an artical on the pontiac engine.
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I don't remember a Lee Pontiac. Sure it's not a Lemans Pontiac? I really liked the GTO of 67 vintage. Does t look like this? I took this at Hope Ark. show several years ago.
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Don't you hate it when you hit the wrong button!
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Yes that is the same engine, thanks for the picture.
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Ken,
Don't know much about them but seen one sell at the Kutztown auction in April of 2010. I'm petty such it was a running engine. It went for 800.
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Here is the link to a picture on my website of a Pontiac engine made by the Pontiac Tractor Co. of Pontiac, Mighigan.

My picture shows the "other" side of the engine.

http://www.oldengine.org/members/sie...ap/pontiac.jpg

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