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    • Tough question. I am not aware of anyone reproducing the 70s era full-size Catalina and Bonneville door panels. You may have to buy good used originals and paint/dye them Regatta Blue.
    • What are the plans for the Bird? Don't see any pics of the Goat. Please let us know if you have any questions on uploading pics  
    • Hello everybody, I just joined the group. I have a deep love for Pontiac, I have a 2004 GTO it was the ls1 (m6) pretty much stock. And me and my dad are restoring a 1971 Firebird formula 400, numbers matching car. Below are a pictures of my goat and the ‘71 bird, please keep in mind the Firebird is still in the middle of being restored and is no where close to looking like a show car (at the moment) 
    • Good to see some love for American classics over there in Germany! Good question on the door panels. Unfortunately, unless you can find a donor car in Germany, it likely will require a special order. One of the other guys may know a good place to order from. @Frosty, any thoughts?
    • Hi Everybody, I'm from Germany and my new ride is this 73' Catalina 2dr Hardtop Coupe. I bought the car last week from a member of the US Car community located in Dresden (www.sundaycruiser.de/). As a newbie in US classic cars I appreciate the Pontiac community as a resource for technical help as well as talking about the good old times when cars look like real masterpieces of engineering. First post = first question: Does anyone know how and where to get new (or refurbished) Door Panels in "Regatta Blue" color? I'd like to replace them because they are in bad shape. Kind regards,
      Bjoern
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