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    My 66 GTO full body off resto by my family and me, only the paint was by others, it runs a 461 Butler Kit, a Doug Nash 4+1 and a 9" Diff, converted to Right Hand Drive sometime in the 60's for Australian conditions.
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    '65GP 389 rebuilt, interior done, stereo system, and bagged. Skirts are in the garage 😕
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    Hope I have a chance at calendar, many nice backgrounds and cars so far . This pic was taken in Montana en route to GTOAA in Seattle from Pennsylvania. The car has been changed to rear buckets , and full length console .
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    Doesn't look like any Vibe I've seen... in Fiero skin....
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    1965 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible Made in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada July 1965. Restored in 2010.
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    1977 290bhp@5200rpm/435lbft TQ@3600rpm 455 H.O. 4 speed Manual 3.42-1 8.5" Ring gear positive traction Flame Red Pontiac Firebird Hurst Trans Am..engine code 7.5 Liter 75Upnt
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    Lone wolfed it, nice show, 160+ cars. Saturday was forecast as the best day of the holiday weekend. Stayed nice until I got the GTO home N in the garage. While I did not win one of the 4ft, 3ft or 2ft trophies from my 66 class. I was awarded one of 4 participation plaque's I saw on the table when accepting mine. Weather not looking real good for tomorrow's show.
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    Thrilled to get this car 41 years after I first saw one!
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    Autoblog just posted their article with 171 photographs from this year's Woodward Dream Cruise. Enjoy. https://www.autoblog.com/2018/08/18/2018-woodward-dream-cruise-photos/
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    Perhaps. I have my own theories. I think it was one or some combination of the three that is the reason GM didn't sell Pontiac when someone came to them. Theory #1 - GM thinks they might want to bring Pontiac back some day in the future, so they chose to keep it. As much as I'd like to believe and hope for that, the reality (right now) is GM is making more money and profit than ever before with fewer divisions and car models to support. The fact they have also recently shut down manufacturing in Australia (Holden) and sold Opel/Vauxhall to Peugeot means GM is not willing to continue losing money just to have a global presence anymore. They were also close to shutting down GM Korea this year too. There is nothing right now motivating GM to bring back Pontiac or even one or two of it's models. Theory #2 - Saab, Hummer, and Saturn were easy car divisions to separate and sell off. Pontiac was much more vertically integrated in GM with its sister divisions Buick and Chevrolet. So it would have been time consuming and costly for GM to separate facilities, assets, and people and designate them as either GM or Pontiac to make such a purchase work. I think GM was being either cheap, lazy, or both by refusing to do this due diligence. Saab, Saturn, and Hummer were almost standalone car divisions and not as vertically integrated into GM (as Pontiac, Chevrolet, and Buick), and therefore more easily separated. Theory #3 - GM didn't take Mr. Waldron and his backers or their offer to buy Pontiac seriously. They may not have been seen or recognized as prestigious or big name players in the automotive world like Penske (Saturn), Stryker (Saab), and China-based Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company Ltd (Hummer), so they were essentially ignored or dismissed immediately. When, in fact, it was GM who went to Penske, Styker, and Sichuan Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery Company Ltd for the other three.
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    Owner/Builder- Scott Hobbs Location- Canada, BC Car- 1964 Pontiac Parisienne Engine- 327
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    My 1980 Pontiac Sunbird. 4:71 blown V6 and matching trailer
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    1976 Pontiac Firebird. I bought this car in 1985 when I was 15 years old for $110. The motor and tranny were shot, interior ripped up - but solid body, no rust. I went to school for autobody while still in high school. Did all the work and it was painted in 1987 - this is still the same 31 year old paint (6 coats of clear helped keep it preserved). ALL engine and mechanical work was done by my father and me, truly a labor of love!
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