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POTM Nominations, August 2019


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Pontiac of the Month is here for August!

To nominate your or another user's Pontiac, please read the rules below:

Rules:

  1. You may nominate your own Pontiac or another member's Pontiac from Forever Pontiac. 
    • If you do nominate your own Pontiac, please be sure that you've added it to our Garage or your entry will not be accepted.
  2. In your nomination/entry you must include:
    • Display Name of the user you're nominating (if not yourself)
    • A picture of your Pontiac (only 1 photo)
    • The year and model of your Pontiac
    • Any other facts about your Pontiac you wish the voting public to know. Such as modifications, restorations, etc..
  3. Only ONE entry per user.
  4. Please do not submit any one user’s vehicle more than once.
  5. This is a friendly and honest competition. You will be disqualified from POTM if you are found registering (or enlisting individuals to register) multiple times once we are in voting. (NOTE: that is multiple times for one individual. Inviting one user to vote one time is fine.)

Nominations will run through July 23rd and voting will start on July 24th. 

To enter your Pontiac or nominate someone else's, you will reply to this topic (click the red "Reply to this topic" button above this post or scroll to the bottom and click into the "Reply to this topic" text area)

If you submit your nomination outside this topic, it will not be counted.

Please let us know if you have any questions!

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2002 Trans Am Ws6 M6, Monster Stage 2 clutch, Eibach lowering springs, Fast intake, BMR torque bar, lower control arms, pan hard bar and subframe connectors, UMI  K-Member, upper and lower control arms and strut tower brace, Speed Engineering headers and true dual exhaust, C6 ZO6 rims 18" front 19" rear,Interior :Katzkin leather seats with red stitching, Joying head unit, Rockford Fosgate amps an speakers

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My much loved Blue on Blue M6 2004 Goat.  I think the blue fits well with the glacier in the back ground.  The only down side to living in Alaska is that my Goat spends a good part of the year in storage, but come spring it's the perfect car for weekend getaways.

Other than a needed Mishimoto replacement radiator, she is completely stock, but will still walk away from most anything we come up against, and is perfect for carving out mountain roads.

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 I am entering my 1970 Pontiac GTO for consideration 

Thank you to all that agree she is beautiful 

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Hi Everyone

I would like to submit our 1972 GTO for consideration

This Goat is a numbers matching GTO with the 400ci engine and TH400 transmission.  The car’s documentation includes the Protect-O-Plate, PHS documents, dealer order form and previous owner histories.  Some of the car’s options are dual sport mirrors, AC, PS, PB and 15" Rallye II rims. The car is in excellent condition for being 47 years old.  The documents we got when we bought indicate the 93,952 odometer mileage is actual, and the car does not appear to have been restored, but it has been well-maintained.

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My 2000 Pontiac Trans Am I just picked  up 3 weeks ago and my  2004 Pontiac GTO that I bought 11.5 years ago 

GTO has dealer installed sunroof , ARH headers, PRC heads, BTR stage 2 can, QTP cutouts, 3" SLP Loudmouth bullets, lowered on eibach springs, 18" staggered Beyern Rapp wheels, Cquence Brakes, SAP front bumper 

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71 GTO 400 AT, Ac, Canyon Copper...Ram Air and rear spoiler added.

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Tomorrow is the last day to enter!

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2004 Pontiac GTO 

Dealer installed sunroof, 18" staggered Beyern Rapp wheels, Cquence brakes, lowered on eibach springs, BTR stage 2 cam, Precision Racing heads, ARH headers, OTR intake, Hi flow cats, 3" SLP Loudmouth 1 bullets, with QTP cutouts, and a stage 2 built 4L60E automatic transmission.

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1 hour ago, Ross74 said:

2004 Pontiac GTO 

Dealer installed sunroof, 18" staggered Beyern Rapp wheels, Cquence brakes, lowered on eibach springs, BTR stage 2 cam, Precision Racing heads, ARH headers, OTR intake, Hi flow cats, 3" SLP Loudmouth 1 bullets, with QTP cutouts, and a stage 2 built 4L60E automatic transmission.

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Sorry, looks like you've already entered. Would you like your previous entry or this entry to move forward?

If no answer by nominations' close, your first entry will move forward. Thanks!

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Submission for August 2019 Pontiac of the month. 1972 Trans Am. Original 455 HO Engine and TH400 Trans. A/C, power windows, rear defroster, Blue Custom Interior. Thanks , John Passiglia (Shakercars)

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