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    • Good race between Farmbird and the LSM4, too!  
    • Soooo worth the wait.   But I can't rant N rave about the out come.  Notallthere asked we don't post who won.  Did you happen to slide over hear to this side of the river N watch the big event?
    • Not horrible mileage either for the age. Sounds like a good deal then.  We have a progression forum for our Pontiacs if you want to go into more, share photos and continue sharing on it as you do anything more/else: https://foreverpontiac.com/forum/9-pontiac-progression-place/ We also have an Other Autos forum where you can do the same for your Sebring: https://foreverpontiac.com/forum/26-other-autos/
    • Looks amazing from the photos!
    • I got the car for a steal, it was showing a misfire on the number six cylinder and the used car lot guy had no clue about cars. He just kept saying maybe the coils. After digging a bit I found the number 6 plug wire was broken in half. A few minor things, tune up, brakes, trans line leaking nothing to bad. We were struggling for a bit with the air issues (air pump, check valve, etc.) So we just went ahead and replaced it all. The only thing left to do is the check valve next week. Tried taking it apart and cleaning it but it's too far gone. Very clean interior, outside has no damage, all of the electric switches and gadgets work including the wheel buttons for the radio, mileage at 147,000. So all and all I am very pleased with the car. For the 73 Satellite it's completely down to the shell and being restored. Will hopefully begin putting it back together this year. Thank you Chris.
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