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my 2000 Grand Am GT


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I haven`t posted any pics of it yet so here it goes, and a little history on it too

I got the car in January of this year, first day of ownership, bought it certified and etested, 92,000 kms

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my wifes old taurus in the background, she is now a proud owner of a 98 Grand Am SE

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oh! and my little Pontiac collectable collection, if my camera was working i would be able to show you what else i have instead i am just going to tell you.

I have 2 antique Pontiac hubcaps, one from the 30`s and other from 40`s, and this past monday i got a Pontiac baseball cap, if you want to know what else i have in my collection just ask

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Ha, die-casts are always fun to collect, I have a lot.

But I forgot what it's like to have a stock GAGT. :P

Debadge that bish, all of it. Nab some different headlights, and clean up those exhaust tips, and you'll have a sleek DD.

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