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Damon Lewis' 1977 Can Am

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It's amazing to see even dealerships evolve over time, as times change. Very cool.

So does this building still exist today? Clearly it is no longer a Pontiac dealership.

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   Frosty, these are 2 pictures of the same building today.

   Sometime in the late ‘60’s (I think) the neon sign was removed, the facade was updated, and a porch was added to both sides of the building to display more new cars. Those changes are still what you see today.

   The dealership changed ownership twice since the mid  ‘90’s but they were both dealers from 2 different cities and did not do well in this rural area. The last one closed in the early  2000’s. 
   Since then it has been a motorcycle shop and has housed 2 vintage / antique stores, which is its current state.

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  Thanks for your interest and comments Frosty.

   I do remember the Jim Waldron attempt to buy Pontiac and was hoping that he would acquire it and do the things with the brand to make them sporty and relevant that GM would not let them do.

   I for one would like to hear his story on his attempt and also his plans for Pontiac if it had gone through.

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4 hours ago, 64 kiwi boni said:

It's up the street a little way's from the old Pontiac dealership Kiwi. That's Hank Graff Chevrolet, they've been in business for over 100 years in Davison. That's the Chevy dealership that my son is working at currently as an assistant salesman.

The old Pontiac dealership was on the very corner where the bank/credit union is today.

1 hour ago, JUSTA6 said:

The Chevy dealership is right across the street from Maddens.  Some of the best sand Volleyball you can play in SE Michigan.  Many hours spent there and a few $$$$ made on CASH nite.😎

How well I know Madden's.....

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