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I would love to show off this shirt along with my G8 !

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We're giving away 2 FREE Forever Pontiac t-shirts to show our love for you all and our community. Show off these beauts at car shows, cruises or just around town!  All you need to do to enter is

Received my shirt last week. I could sure use a couple more to help support this site and Pontiac. I have not seen any other words that capture my sentiment more than FOREVERPONTIAC !!

Bought 3 already but sure would love a free one! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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Indymanjoe needs a shirt! 

Joe carrier needs a shirt LOL

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And my wife is going to ask"and where are you going to put that shirt?"

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Fantastic!  I would love to show off my Pontiac pride year round up here!

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We would love to have a couple!  Going to the Indian Uprising Aug. 13th, perfect place to show the shirts!

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Awesome ill wear it too the dutch Fiero meetings. 

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Nice shirt!

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One to Denmark 

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Outstanding!

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Trying to win a free T-shirt!!

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Purfectly Pontiac!

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Come on gotta win frosty's birthday present

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Who am I to argue about free swag? I'm in, XXXL please.

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Count me in 

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