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|The Alberta Iron Indians Pontiac Club was established in 1983 by three guys looking for an Alberta all Pontiac car club and we now have in excess of 150 members located in both Calgary and Edmonton. We maintain a busy schedule including involvement with the World of Wheels, local promotions, monthly meetings and car cruises to some of the best sites in Alberta. In addition, we host two annual and successful All Pontiac Show N Shines. |
All activities such as social events, local cruise's and attending car shows are organized by volunteers. The club welcomes owners of all models and styles of Pontiac's, whether it be a project or fully restored. The Alberta Iron Indians Pontiac Club is a registered entity under the Alberta Corporate Registries Act.
|Monthly Feature Car: 1967 Parisienne|
|I saved the 67 from being crushed by a farmer in Saskatchewan when I was 16. A nick name stuck from then on as "Knee High", since if it wasn't rescued it was to be that tall the next day. The original 327 was run on diesel in a oversight by the previous owners in an attempt to liberate fuel at a better price. Swapped that 327 for a 350 and used Knee High all through high school. Then it was parked as I was off working in Vancouver. In 2010 it was decided there was too much good car left to let nature reclaim it and was restored and reunited with its numbers matching 327 (rebuilt) and I drove it out to Calgary. A special thanks goes to my Dad and Uncle for all the work they put in on the restoration of "Knee High."|