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and wow I think I had a moment with this video lol. Shed a tear at the end. especially with the use of George Harrison's "What is Life" and "Isn't a Pity" :(

Great video but I hate how they kinda put down the G6, GTO and G8 owners :(

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but its some old FORD who decides that "MRAHH THESE NEW FANGLED PONTIACS STINK AND THATS WHY THEY KILLED IT SEE!!! AND THEY KILLED THE GTO CUZ IT DIDNT SELL SEE MRAHHHHH!" turns out the GTO was a planned 3 years production. jackass

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It should have been called a tribute to the GTO... that's about the only car they really spent any time on, and only the old ones. Barely touched on some of the others.

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  • 4 weeks later...

That first vid made me a bit misty eyed. :rofl:

I was seriously considering buying a G8 as my next car to replace my '01 Grand Prix GTP. But now that the brand is gone, I'm starting to have eyes for other cars.

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