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POTM Vote, December 2019


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22 members have voted

  1. 1. Which Pontiac?

    • 92GP_STE's 1992 Grand Prix
    • SnoWht95's 1993 Grand Am
    • 2006GTOtogo's 1989 Grand Prix
    • big_block_bird's 1971 Firebird
    • plumcrazy76's 1970 Lemans
    • BearGFR's 1969 GTO
    • 31pontiac's 1959 Bonneville
    • fatcat's 1966 Catalina
    • Carroll Huffman's 1997 Grand Prix
    • Lucky's 1974 Trans Am
    • 455conv's 1970 GTO

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  • Poll closed on 12/03/2019 at 04:59 AM

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Welcome to our last POTM Voting of 2019! Best of luck to all competitors, may the best Pontiac win!

Please remember, this is a friendly competition. No one individual may register/vote more than once. If you are found soliciting individuals to register/vote more than once, you will be removed from the competition. Let's have a fun voting round!

Voting ends: December 2nd at 11:59 PM EST



This is 1 of 57 built in 1992 COPO (verified by PMD), with a 4 cam 3.4L Chevrolet/ M284 West German Getrag 5 speed floor shift transmission ( same drivetrain as Lumina Z34 Coupe ). The sheetmetal is 100% original and is completely straight, never been hit or repaired. Hood louvers from period-correct GTP Coupe, fully functional. Interior is all original except for a steering wheel wrap, shift knob, pedals and dash tach. The car has every possible option except the HUD. Front suspension and steering rack rebuilt, new struts in rear, urethane bushings on stabilizer bars, front lowering springs and Helwig rear stabilizer bar; third alternator and clutch, second power steering and water pump. No restoration has ever been performed except for paint, this a 27 year old original survivor, second owner, since 3Dec 1997. Engine is chipped, K&N filter on hogged out intake box, and Flowmaster exhaust, 221WHP on WinJet dyno on Sunoco Racing gas.

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93 Quad 4 High Output Grand Am GT Sedan in the mix.

Yes, this makes the second of 719 total that remain, and this one is just waiting for a clutch. I drove it home from Philly to Asheville about three months ago




1989 Pontiac Grand Prix Coupe

3.1 Liter V-6 - original engine with 377,000 miles on it.

18 inch wheels recently added.  Some cosmetic work on the paint. Exhuast was modified at the tail pipes.  

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1971 Pontiac Firebird




1970 Lemans Sport, that I purchased 4 years ago. This car is optioned with a factory 400, 4-barrel carb, dual exhaust, Turbo 400 trans, floor shift center console, posi-traction 3.08 rear end, Rally 2 rims, power steering, front power disc brakes. It is a true survivor/driver with 75,000 original miles. Bought in WI, and has stayed in WI. I have all of the original paperwork, protecto plate, hand written option checklist and car trade in (66 Pontiac). I will never make this a trailer queen or repaint it, 95% original.




Not the best photo of my GTO, but considering the road sign and direction I saw when out cruising, I couldn't resist. 69 GTO, 100% built by yours truly.  Original engine, now stroked to 461 inches with lots of "good stuff" inside.  Moser 9-inch, 4-wheel Wilwood disc brakes, Spohn Engineering suspension.  It's an 11-second car at the track.




This is our 1959 Pontiac Bonneville Sport Coupe.   It has power steering, power brakes, power windows, power bench seat, power antenna, Wonderbar radio, Tri-Power, and Foxcraft fenderskirts. The color is Castle Blue with a tri-color blue interior. We bought the car in 1977 and have had it 42 years this month.




Here is my beast      Upgrading to disc brakes     Planning to redo all bushings on front end and change shocks before taking a trip in May    Going to follow rte 66   in my 66  now that I am 66



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Congrats to everyone who entered and to 31pontiac for the win! 

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Hard to vote for any one car. All are very deserving,congrats to the winner though! Nice ride for sure!

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