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Great to see Pontiac fans from afar!

Nice Catalina! Quite few others around here so you’ll be in good company :)  

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Welcome to the site.  Great bunch around here, lots of help from other Cat owners.

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welcome Bolle :welcomeFP:

 super clean cat you have there 👍

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