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1991 Pontiac Firebird Progression


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As requested, I will, build from the ground up a duplicate to this 1991 Firebird...

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Are you ready to have you're world rocked?

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Day 1:

Here is the basic frame work made by layering vanilla and chocolate, this form was cut out of a 11.5 by 15.5 by 9 square cube of cake, it was not a molded form...

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This 'Bird is on it's way!!!

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:bowdown: and yum....

dident know we had the Cake Boss as a member on FP. :indian:

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Nom nom nom

Very nice! Missing the Pontiac badges though ;)

Interestingly enough, there were not Pontiac badges (arrowheads) on the 3rd gen Firebirds, only the name Pontiac on the driver's headlight and on the back between the taillights... there weren't even any Firebird badges, they used stickers.

Edit: the Firebird did in fact have a plastic badge that said Firebird on the quarter panel while the Trans AM had all stickers.

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Im glad I nom'ed you for POTM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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no, a G6 cake. you can model it after mine after im done in hopefully a few months.

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