Preserving History. Honoring Excellence.

The PPA Hall of Fame is an independent, non-profit educational institution dedicated to preserving an appreciation of the historical development of the Pontiac hobby and its impact on the industry by preserving the memory of those who have made outstanding contributions.

The Hall of Fame's mission is to preserve Pontiac's history, honor excellence within, and make a connection between the generations of people who enjoy these classic cars. Induction into the PPA Hall of Fame is reserved for those who have made a significant impact on the Pontiac automobile as well as the hobby itself.

For 2019, 3 nominees from this category will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

If you wish to participate in the online induction election, please visit our "contact" page and send us an email saying so.

2019 2nd Annual Nominees --- (Page 2)

Milt Schornack

Seeing that Milt Schornack grew up in Detroit, it seems fitting that he ended up wrenching and racing some of the most legendary Pontiacs of all time.

But his introduction to things automotive began with a six-cylinder Chevrolet with a split manifold and dual exhaust.

Nunzi Romano

Nunzi has been a developer and a leader in the Pontiac
racing community since the early 1960s.

He has worked with various Companies to research and
develop high-performance Pontiac racing parts. Including
Crower, competion cams, BHJ, CSR, Msd, Arp,
Sealed power. To name a few.

Scott Tiemann

There are only 10 “Swiss Cheese” 1963 Pontiac Catalinas
in the world, and one is currently being restored at
a local Portland business.

It’s just a normal day at work restoring a $500,000
racing machine for Scott Tiemann.

Steve Ames

Graduated with an engineering degree from Columbia University and immediately went into the National Guard.

Upon completing that requirement, he got his first real job
with a large paper company in Maine.

Tim Dye

Many of us are passionate about the Pontiac brand. That is certainly the case with Tim Dye, the driving force behind the Pontiac-Oakland Museum and Resource Center in Pontiac, Illinois.

However, “passionate” only touches the surface of the
dedication Tim has shown to all things Pontiac.

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Our Mission At The PPA

The mission of the Pontiac Preservation Association is to provide a vehicle for all clubs, associations, individual hobbyists, web sites and groups, parts manufacturers, parts businesses, restoration shops, car dealers, event promoters, publishers-everyone associated with the Pontiac automobile to come together for the express purpose of better coordinating all energies and resources to preserve and promote the Pontiac hobby and to improve the Pontiac industry for the betterment of all involved.