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welcome fellow arrow head owner. hahaha it's about time. :lol2::dancingpontiac::dancingpontiac:

i have some old pics of your GTP. :PICS::PICS: as soon as i find them i'll upload them :cheers:

2002 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP S/C sedan

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Welcome to the forum! Please feel free to share more pictures of your Grand Prix, as you own what is obviously one of the best Pontiacs ever made (As a completely, 100%, unbiased statement :lol2:...or maybe not).

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so i have a 2002 GTP, i guess i need to post pics...

hey. :lol2: and i fixed, or finished i should say, your coding. ^^^^ and you will have fun here!

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:lol2: Thanks fellas, WOW FASTMOFO, you got those pics up quick, you should email them to me....... we need to set up some more photo shoots
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Agreed please quit shouting at us :D lol

:welcomeFP:

You will get used to it on here in no time, just remember practice makes perfect so post as much as you want :)

Another thing is remember when you changing your font size, color and font itself you need closing brackets with the opening brackets. Easiest way to avoid it is allow the text editor to do it for you in posting. In example: Just highlight the words you want to change then click what you want to change it to and the text editor will place the opening and closing brackets it needs to display correct ;)

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...Another thing is remember when you changing your font size, color and font itself you need closing brackets with the opening brackets. Easiest way to avoid it is allow the text editor to do it for you in posting. In example: Just highlight the words you want to change then click what you want to change it to and the text editor will place the opening and closing brackets it needs to display correct ;)

:welcomeFP: and helped you out again. :D

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