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Lucky's 1974 Firebird

2022 January
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    • Kicking the first full month of POTM in 2022 off right with these fine Pontiacs! Check out those who entered below and get voting! Please remember, this is a friendly competition. No one individual may register/vote more than once. If you are found soliciting individuals to register/vote more than once, you will be removed from the competition. Let's have a fun voting round! Voting ends: January 31st at 11:59 PM EST NOTE:  quite a few people forgot to add their Pontiac to the garage so have been disqualified and will not appear here in voting. Please remember to read both of the rules, if you have questions, please ask. -------------------------------- 360Rocket's 1970 GTO   Red 69GTO's 1969 GTO   TranzAm69's 1964 GTO   RICH's 1972 GTO 455 HO   hdkeno's 1969 Firebird   Edward Nielsen's 2005 Bonneville GXP   74Esprit's 1974 Firebird   LawMan62's 1992 Grand Prix SE Every Option, but the GTP Package.  ONE Owner, bought February of 92.  Is 1 of 3,029 built the way I ordered it.  How many are actually left? All Hoses, Lights and Body Panels are original to the car. Repainted in 2005.  Has 94K Original Miles.   GTO-1967's  1967 GTO Restomod - Burgundy w/ Parchment Interior Location:  Stuart, Florida Rotisserie Restoration in 2009 - 2011, 455 ci HO w/AC, Vintage air control panel, Auxiliary Gauges, Holley 4-barrel 4150 carb., 5-speed Tremec Transmission, 12 bolt 3.07 posi-traction rearend with rear lift bag system, Power disk front brakes, Pin stripping, Aluminum radiator w/ electric fan, Duel exhaust w/ Flowmaster mufflers, Retro style radio, and 15 inch BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires mounted on Cragar Mags.   Scott Shouse's 1976 Trans Am   1977TA's Don's "Fraternal Twins" -- '77 (original owner) and '84 (second owner, bought from uncle, owned since 1996)   69blackplates's 1969 Firebird   firecatsrt's 1971 Lemans Sport   Brad Danford's 1964 Catalina   WASHTUBMAN's 1957 Star Chief
    • Wheel bearings installed  each drum adjusted up  and finished off by polishing the old trims up ... all four are marked up so it will one thing to replace  but for now here they are 
    • yeah !! thats what it is !! gangster fat white... in ya face  like this 63 bonnie
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