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Pontiac Forgotten and Future Classics

In here will be articles written up about Pontiac models that you may have forgotten or in the future will make great classics! These articles will inform you as well as take you for a trip down memory lane!

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  1. Banter Thread

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  2. The Jury

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  3. Do You Know What This Is?

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  4. The Pontiac Phantom

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  5. "The car that got away"

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  6. Early American Iron test

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  7. 1978 Grand Am CA

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  8. 1954 bonneville special

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  9. 1980 Phoenix SJ

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    • Hello all, I'm the proud owner of a 1999 Pontiac Grand Am V6. Recently, the car has been experiencing a few issues that I can't figure out. For a while, the car would overheat and leak coolant whenever anyone tried to drive it. I noticed he radiator fans weren't coming on, so I replaced the two fan relays and that seemed to fix the problem. I also replaced the water pump, since it had begun to leak after the car overheated one day. The fans now come on, and the temp gauge stays right around 200 as usual. However, the coolant still boils over and the 'low coolant' light refuses to go away (even after I've just filled it). Why is the coolant still boiling over if the radiator fans work and the gauge reads normally? It doesn't seem like a thermostat issue to me? Please help!
    • Rear engine, carbon fiber, and an exotic shape might get hearts soaring, but the 2019 BMW i3 takes a different tack. This year, the small electric BMW gets a bigger battery over last year’s version by nearly one-third, but its 42.2-kwh battery and 153-mile range still fall short of competitors. We give the 2019 BMW i3 a 5.6 on our overall...View the full article
    • Thanks for the support! I don't know about it getting fixed right, but at least it will be close and done in steel!
    • Lime, best known for bicycle and scooter rentals, wants to try its hand at the car-share business. The company will launch a fleet of Fiat 500 models across Seattle in a bid to expand its business. The company announced the car-share service will begin this week with the Fiat 500s spread out across the city. Lime users will see the cars marked as...View the full article
    • Close enough for government work? It's a shame someone would do that. Clearly this was a 'get it done quick - not right' repair. I am glad this car has you to take care of it now  so it gets fixed right. Hang in there, bud. We are all rooting for you!
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