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Debbie Harris's 1969 Grand Prix

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Been awhile, and some sad stuff.


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Well, its been awhile since i posted - just been real busy with real life.

As I am about to purchase another vehicle, id figured i would report my old one dead. Thats right, my red GP GT.... gone.

A close friend passed in a accident and while at his funeral, some douche canoe slams into the back of my parked car. HTF do you miss a fire engine red car parked on the side of the road. The drivers side rear suspension was completely obliterated, the rim itself was almost bent in half. But on the bright side...i got 3600 for a grand prix with almost 200k miles on it :)

Ill check back in when my new ride is sitting in my driveway.

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or a Mercedes, a VDub and a couple more Pontiacs. :lol: (im not driving that future GTO anymore, am i..?)

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As soon as my check clears my new ride will arrive, it's a 2001 GP Gtp , In silver. 100% optioned out leather and all. I'm super excited.

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