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Old 09-08-2011, 05:28 AM
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I did do that but the Dealership is long gone. But I have contacted the Histoical soc. in that city where it was. But I think I found the 4th generation of the dealership and awaiting an answer it they have any photos they will share.
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Old 09-08-2011, 02:50 PM
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Try Googling the word storm mixed w/ "Peterson Motors" or "Peterson Pontiac" in quotes as it results in lots o' hits that may be worth digging into including old newspapers etc..
http://cgi.ebay.com/1942-PONTIAC-2-D...-/320687988807

Cool you've hooked up w/ Lee Peterson GM, son/grandson of your Poncho dealership and hopefully they come up w/ something for you!.
http://www.leepetersongm.com/HomePage

<span style="font-style: italic">Lee Peterson Motors ownership is now into it's 4th generation. Lee Peterson's Grandfather, Carl E. Peterson, started out in 1921 as a Buick-Oakland dealer in Cherokee, Iowa. Lee's Father opened a second location in Storm Lake, Iowa in 1939, operating a Pontiac, Oldsmobile, GMC dealership. He later added Cadillac in the early 1950's. Lee's son, Jim, now serves as General Manager in the Yakima, Wa. dealership. The Automobile business is truly a family tradition! Located in the Agri-rich Yakima Valley, the Peterson's have developed a reputation of not just selling the best quality new &amp; used cars at great values, but of taking GREAT CARE of customers with honest, straight-forward dealings and EXCELLENT SERVICE! Come experience the difference through hassle-free Sales &amp; Service performed with integrity.</span>

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Zone 14, Dealer 519, Peterson Motors. I have now found the son of that Pontiac dealer it was in Storm Lake Iowa. The son e-mailed me some pictures. As far as I know that dealer has never been exposed. But I have verified that it is true to be.It has been gone since the mid 80's. His dad started it in or around mid 40's
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If you still have this car , or mainly just still have a copy of the PHS Invoice you were speaking of --- i can probably tell you more about it than anyone else can.

It should be a multi-invoice car. But PHS doesn't always have all the copies on file for every multi-invoice car. They also don't automatically include or search out for multiple invoices in every case.

Please post a copy of the Invoice - or send me a PM .
Will also need body build week from trim tag.

Scrutinizing invoices is one of my hobbies
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I have PHS paperwork on one of my cars that show it being delivered to dealer code "992".

It shows billing to "307 992".

Does anyone have these codes? Thanks, Ed
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The PHS says that the car was delivered to Pontiac Motor Division and not a specific dealer. I'm hoping that it's a Brass Hat car. What do you guys think?
Always one of the possibilities in these situations.

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1969z280

If you still have this car , or mainly just still have a copy of the PHS Invoice you were speaking of --- i can probably tell you more about it than anyone else can.

It should be a multi-invoice car. But PHS doesn't always have all the copies on file for every multi-invoice car. They also don't automatically include or search out for multiple invoices in every case.

Please post a copy of the Invoice - or send me a PM .
Will also need body build week from trim tag.

Scrutinizing invoices is one of my hobbies
Constantly gaining more info and data and knowledge.







Always one of the possibilities in these situations.
BVZ -

Sadly, Ed passed away a couple years ago (June 2013). I was kind of watching for an estate sale or to see one of his cars come up for auction but never did see any activity in that regard, so I don't know where the information ended up.

However - if you would like to extrapolate here (or elsewhere) there are several of us always willing to learn something new.

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So sorry to hear of the good fellow passing away.
I read some of his other posts about a Blue Angel Corvette.
My apologies and condolences to all that knew him.

He had posted 3 images from P-bucket that are no longer valid.
I was supposing maybe 1 of them was his invoice ?

Did anyone perhaps grab a right-click save of his invoice ?

Can't do much without a copy , and his trim tag date.
Was also going to send him back to PHS to check files for additional invoice(s).

Thanks Keith
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