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POTM Nominations, November 2023

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Thankful season is almost here and it's time for our November Pontiac of the Month!

To nominate your or another user's Pontiac, please read the rules below:


  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 October 21st and voting will start on October 22nd. 

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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This is Vic a 2003 Pontiac vibe with 178,000 on the clock and 500,000 on the body, she’s a 5 speed manual and one owner car (inherited from my dad)


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JT Sli's '67 Catalina. I picked this up from an old Kennecott Copper Mine mechanic that restored this with his grandson. The grandson used it as a daily driver until college and gave it back to his grandfather. Now I use it as my "grocery getter". I love this machine! They did a fabulous job on it IMO. And when the time comes it will be my son's. Thought the leaves added a nice touch to the November theme. 😀


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1965 pontiac tempest station wagon! Running 428 motor. A diamond in the rough. She's been all over from Washington to Iowa. She's the ultimate grocery getter. It's my dad's car, but I sure love it!


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