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The primary reason I built this site is to make Desktop Dyno 2000 files available for download. While I was researching parts for my own project, I found myself entering a lot of cam specs and head flow info manually. Needless to say, this took me quite a while (about 3 days, at 8-12 hours day, were spend gathering specs, and inputting into the DD2000 cam configurator). I don't think that you will find a more complete DD2000 file repository anywhere online (at least, as far as Pontiacs are concerned). If you do, please send me the link.

I also built this site to concentrate a lot of information in one place. Much of the information I have can be found on many sites on the 'net. The problem was that a lot of info was spread out among 4 million sites, and most of it was incomplete, at best. So, as a disclaimer, I will not take credit for any specs or information on this site. HOWEVER, I will take credit for collating it into one place and making it more clear.

Lastly, I created Ron's Pontiac Page to be the 'showcase' of my project, an original, numbers-matching 1968 Pontiac Firebird 350HO. My dad, being the Pontiac nut that he is, doesn't live close enough to keep tabs on my project, so I though I would make it a little easier on him...

If you are looking strictly for historical information, you'll find that this site is nowhere near as complete as some others online. I originally wanted to make a huge tribute to classic Pontiacs, and make a historically/factually based effort. However, the further I delved into this, I realize that there are plenty of sites online for that sort of info, and I didn't feel like copying a bunch of info, just to make ANOTHER page about it. So, as a reflection of my interests, I decided to only put information that would be useful in a restoration/modification of classic Pontiacs. I really don't care what the color code was for a 1969 Grand Prix, or what the production numbers are for a 1966 GTO and the site reflects that fact. Maybe in the future, I will put that kind of info on the site, but I simply don't have the time to wade through already readily-available info, just to put it into a different format...

So, cruise the site and tell me what you think. There are plenty of 'contact' links around the site (on the top and bottom of each page). Give me some criticism, suggestions, or even corrections to the information.

As stated above, you will need a JavaScript enabled browser for portions of the site (to include the navigation menus), so if you don't have that luxury, I apologize, but you will have a hard time on this site. Actually, it will be nearly impossible to do ANYTHING on this site. You can use the site map, but you may find it a little abrasive compared to dynamic navigation menus. I assume that most of you are using Internet Explorer (shame on you), Netscape, Opera, or even better, Firefox. All of those browsers, and Linux browsers such as Konqueror, have the ability to display JavaScript, so we should be okay. Lynx is the only browser that comes to mind that will have issues. If you have ever used Lynx, you know what I mean...