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New to the site, 1984 Pontiac Sunbird


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41,000 miles! :D Not bad! I've been searching around for quite some time for a decent one.

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Awesome looking Sunbird. "Arrest Me" Red never fails to get people's attention. Do you have any plans for it?

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I'm  gonna do something with it, just haven't decided what exactly  :D 

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  • 5 years later...

Nice looking Sunbird.  I had a 1976 Sunbird when I was fresh out of college, got me through 3 record breaking winters in a Chicago suburb,   In 1984, I bought a new J2000 Sunbird turbo 5-speed hatchback which I still have, but not running. The homeowners association says I must dispose of it. Wish I could find somebody to make it their project car. 

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Liberty Township, Butler County, Ohio north of Cincinnati. What I posted before might have been premature. After I posted it, I did a little troubleshooting on the Sunbird and found that the clutch pedal switch wire harness connector had one terminal broken loose. After I jumpered it, the car turned over, but didn't start. Pulled the hose between the turbocharger and the air intake and after a squirt of starting fluid, it started!!!!  I was flabbegasted!  That's been such a great little car....

The sunroof leaked onto the driver's seat and both front mounting feet have turned to rust. But I have the original seat in storage, I'll drill a hole and put that back in.

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