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1995 Pontiac Grand Am GT2 "Snow White"


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Hello all,

I'm Ty'Eira (pronounced Tierra). I'm from Charlotte, NC but currently reside in Asheville, NC and this is my Poncho, a '95 GAGT with 121k miles. I call her "Snow White". I bought this car in February for $1000, it was a 1-owner car, and so far I have put 6,000 miles on her. I'm planning on doing an LG0 H.O. Quad 4/manual swap since I can't find a GAGT with one, much less another GAGT like this generation.  I may as well build it, and what better way to start off with an unmolested 3100? I love this car (even though it's 1 of 1,022 equipped with the 1SA package, crank windows), and she's loving me too.

Only mods done is a K&N CAI, and a Flomaster catless exhaust. It was lowered but I had to go back to stock height (I still have the lowering kit). Enough talking, here's Snow.

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Just now, Ringo64 said:

:welcomeFP: 

Thank you so much! I have a lot more pictures to post, too. Lol

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8 minutes ago, SnoWht95 said:

Thank you so much! I have a lot more pictures to post, too. Lol

lol feel free to post them in our Gallery, we love pictures ;)

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Just now, Ringo64 said:

lol feel free to post them in our Gallery, we love pictures ;)

https://foreverpontiac.com/gallery/

 

Oh, trust me, this is a sampling. I'm definitely adding more to the Gallery lol, I have over 100 photos of her in the three months since I've owned her

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Welcome to the site.  Great lookin Pontiac!

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15 hours ago, Ghost said:

  welcome to FP!

Thank you so much

3 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Welcome to the site.  Great lookin Pontiac!

Thank you. I'm gonna try to keep her up for the next 20 years lol

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