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POTM Nominations, August 2021


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Where has the year gone? Whelp, time to gear up for August Pontiac of the Month!

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 22nd and voting will start on July 23rd. 

To enter your Pontiac or nominate someone else's, just 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 towards POTM.

Please let us know if you have any questions!

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Nice!

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Bautiful

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1972 GTO 455 HO
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54 minutes ago, 360Rocket said:

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A very nice 70 GTO! 

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Looks amazing!

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2 hours ago, Scooters said:

Bautiful

Thank you very much 

1 hour ago, Scooters said:

Looks amazing!

Thank you so much 

1 hour ago, 70 GOAT said:

A very nice 70 GTO! 

Thank you my friend 

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6 hours ago, RICH said:

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1972 GTO 455 HO

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I need to get mine back on the road.......

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On 7/15/2021 at 9:19 AM, 360Rocket said:

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Every time I see a picture of 360's Goat I am amazed at how shiny and bright the paint is. She's a beauty.

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Well I am glad you are feeling a lot better buddy. You had us really scared there for awhile. Been to any shows with it?

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Owner:  Mike McNew

1967 GTO Restomod - Burgundy w/ Parchment Interior

Location:  Stuart, Florida

Rotisserie Restoration in 2009 - 2011, 455 ci HO w/AC, Vintage air control panel, Auxiliary Gauges, Holley 4-barrel 4150 carb., 5-speed Tremec Transmission, 12 bolt 3.07 posi-traction rearend with rear lift bag system, Power disk front brakes, Aluminum radiator w/ electric fan, Duel exhaust w/ Flowmaster mufflers, Retro style radio, and 15 inch BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires mounted on Cragar Mags.

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A beautiful 67 GTO! 

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05 LS2 6 speed GTO with a Battle Aero v1.5 Widebody. Sits on Vorsteiner ff-108's wrapped with 18x9.5 245/45zr/r18 nitto NT01's in the front, and 18x10.5 295/35zr/r18 Nitto NT05's in the rear. Hooked to Pedder Coilovers all around. Stage 2 cam, CAI, longtube headers, exhaust cutouts from ECSTuning, and stage 3 clutch.

 

Found her motor half torn apart a barn in TX brought it home, tore it the rest of the way down and rebuilt it all.

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1985 WS6 Trans Am one owner factory paint

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