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2020 January
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Discuss events, local happenings and various items related to the New England area. 

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  4. Bombing at the Boston Marathon

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  6. Northeast meet? (July-August) 1 2 3

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    • Ringo64
      Wow, great little story behind your Tojan . Glad to hear you’re maintaining and enjoying it! Look forward to seeing you around!
    • aradiogurl
      Hello all! Another Pontiac Tojan owner here. Discovered this forum because of the other Tojan owner’s post.   My car has been in the family almost since new. Based on the Firebird Formula, it is one of a handful of convertibles built, originally with black leather interior. It was first owned/used by a company my dad was part owner of. The sales rep for the company put the bulk of its 140k miles on it, then it was used as a loaner for business associates until the late 90s when it was gifted to me. By this point the Tojan back plate had been stolen and replaced with a piece of plexiglass. I started fixing it up and learned about the rarity of it while in high school. My parents thought there were thousands of them, not hundreds, they were shocked to find out that less than two dozen were convertibles. After learning about the rarity they garaged it and used it as a second car for a number of years, also fixing the fiberglass, new paint, and the interior redone. I got the car back a few years ago and am slowly doing electrical and mechanical repairs my parents neglected.  One of my dad’s business partners was in contact with Russ Knudsen back in the mid 90s, he gave me some of the documents that were sent to him from Knudsen Automotive. The convertible top uses the same conversion performed on Cameros from the mid to late 80s.     I always thought that it looked kinda funky, which is part of what I love about it. And even with the somewhat anemic 305 it has a great exhaust note and is fun to take out for a weekend cruise. I plan to continue to fix my Tojan up and hope to start taking it to some shows this year. 
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