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Debbie Harris's 1969 Grand Prix

2022 September
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Hello all. Ive been a big pontiac fan since before i could even drive. My first car was a 91 grand prix se. Loved that car as it also started my addiction. My next was a 93 gp le, which i later sold to buy my pride n joy, my 1996 firebird. Ive now owned that car for 9 years and still love it. I have since picked up a few others as well including, what is now my wifes, 2000 bonneville and a 2004 GTO.

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Heres a little older one. Have more on my gopro i need to get uploaded lol.

It has ran 13.6 @ 98 mph with a 1.80 60'

It is a 3.8 v6 car with a mild cam, a little clean up work around the valves, home made cai, pacesetter midlength headers, magnaflow catback, 3500 stall, b&m shift kit, 4.10 gears, and jegs lower control arms.

Its been a fun car with the 6 in it, but it will be getting a 383 stroker this winter

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Great collection, welcome to FP. :dancingpontiac:

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Great collection of Pontiacs. Welcome !

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Hello from Northeast Ohio! I came for tips on repairs mainly.

Im 35, and just a backyard/shade-tree mechanic.

I love working on cars when the bolts are accessible and wanna come out LOL.

I have a 2002 Pontiac Montana.

A 83 Monte LS

And a Ford Exploder.

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