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POTM Vote, April 2018


Pontiac of the Month  

38 members have voted

  1. 1. Which Pontiac?

    • webob77's 1985 Trans Am
    • mberns1's 1981 Trans Am. 5.0 ltr-4spd.
    • vncruiser's 1966 Gran Prix
    • 91Firebird's 1994 25th Anniversary Trans Am GT
    • aspiringcarguy's 1965 GTO
    • Poncho pete's 1955 Chieftain
    • wardman's 2009 G8
    • W Bski's 1969 Firebird 350
    • ChefDavidFouts' 1968 Ventura

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  • Poll closed on 04/01/2018 at 04:00 AM

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webob77's 1985 Trans Am

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mberns1's 1981 Trans Am. 5.0 ltr-4spd. 35k original miles. All original paint, interior, motor, trans. T-tops. SE markings and wheels were added by previous owner. Have original wheels. 2 build sheets and lots of documentation on car. A really nice survivor. 

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vncruiser's 1966 Grand Prix

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91Firebird's 1994 25th Anniversary Trans Am GT. There was only 2,000 produced and this is 1 of only 91 with all the factory options including a HURST 6-Speed Manual.. It has 19,750 miles in original showroom condition. These models also had the honor of being the Pace Car for the 35th Daytona 500.

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aspiringcarguy's 1965 Pontiac GTO. It has about 58,000 original miles, a 389 with a 4-barrel carburetor, and a 2-speed Super Turbine 300 automatic transmission. Planning to long haul Power Tour this summer. Wish me luck.

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Poncho pete's 1955 Chieftain

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wardman's 2009 G8. "The Last One made."

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W Bski's 1969 Pontiac Firebird 350 - in Midnight Green with dark green interior. Original 350 THM transmission, original body, no body work, repainted in 2009 ... still looks very nice & fun to drive. 

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ChefDavidFouts' 1968 Pontiac Ventura, Aleutian Blue with 400/340 HP 4bbl V8 Engine.  100% Original, 56k miles.  Drives like a dream111

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Stupid question time.....

Is someone going to post the picture of aspringcarguy's '65 GTO at the top of the website like before or aren't we doing that anymore?

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1 hour ago, Frosty said:

Stupid question time.....

Is someone going to post the picture of aspringcarguy's '65 GTO at the top of the website like before or aren't we doing that anymore?

That's on me. Been traveling and behind on things. Up now ;) 

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10 minutes ago, Ringo64 said:

That's on me. Been traveling and behind on things. Up now ;) 

Oh boy....

Time to boil up the tar and raid T J Maxx for down pillows again!  :P

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