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    1965 Pontiac Parisienne Convertible Made in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada July 1965. Restored in 2010.
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    31pontiac's big bad blue Bonneville...
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    CRUISIN the Hague in Norfolk. Since the top-end overhaul has been behaving I figured I would show her off ;)
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    Prepping for the Indian Uprising in St. Charles, IL Last Year. 1992 Grand Prix SE 3.4 Twin Dual Overhead Cam.
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    LIKE THE OWNER A LITTLE WORN 1 by J. Hamlin, on Flickr
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    I think this would look great on a calendar! Here's my 1971 Lemans, numbers matching 350/TH350 in Quezal Gold. 49,000 original miles. Repainted once in the original color, upgraded with a 4 barrel from the stock 2 barrel. Original bench seat was swapped with buckets and a console, and the interior was redone to factory specs. Dual exhaust, power steering, power brakes, factory air, factory front disk brakes, this car has it all and is a great driver!
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    Congrats @SPRINT 6 for winning our August 2018 Pontiac of the Month!
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    JimLarson's 1963 Grand Prix 2-door Sport Coupe
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    HAPPY 4TH of JULY ! We just returned from Parade Duty 😎
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    I went to the Pypes Open House Car Show in Hatfield PA today (6/30). The highlight of the show (as far as I'm concerned) was the inaugural unveiling of the Pontiac Hall of Fame. There was to be a banquet and induction ceremony later in the evening at the GTOAA convention down the road, but this the first time the public has seen it. I couldn't get a picture of the whole monument because of all the folks there, but I think you can piece it together from the pictures and see the initial 10 hall of famers. Future Pontiac HOF Milt Schornack was there also.
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    New for the new front cover rear deck lid
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    Hope this makes it on the calendar!! 1970 Lemans Sport. I am the 3rd owner - 74,000 original miles. Bought in WI and never left. I have all the original paperwork, protecto plate, hand written order from the dealer. Has a factory 400 (330 HP), 4 barrel, turbo 400 trans, center floor console, dual exhaust, posi traction, power steering, power brakes, front disc brakes, and vinyl top (original), Rally 2 rims (never repainted) - Great driver!
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    Just uploaded some pic's of a Cruise-In I stumbled upon while visiting family in TC and thought I would share. The Firebird broke my heart when I came around to see the missing OHC 6 😥 https://flic.kr/s/aHskCbE7iD
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    Thought I would warm them a bit this morning. I should have shot the video myself dammit. Looks like it was shot underwater.
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    Honoring Those Who Served! Lucy at the entrance to the Great Lakes National Cemetery in Holly Michigan
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    Nice job buddy. 🏆 Do you need to paint the bracing and underhood lattice work? Has your tuckus relaxed yet now that the hard work and stress are behind you? 🚾
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    Congrats @DrDave for winning our 2018 May Pontiac of the Month! 1970 Trans Am
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    I'm in Chandler AZ visiting my daughter, son-in-law, and grandsons. This past weekend (2/24-2/25) my son-in-law, one of my grandsons, and myself, went to qualifying and finals of the NHRA Arizona Nationals at Wild Horse Pass Motorsports Park. We had awesome seats both days at the start line. Here are the pictures I took, in no particular order, except that the first four are Pontiacs- a '67 Firbird, a '70 Formula, and two pics of a Grand Am Pro Mod. There were a couple of late model GTOs, but the pictures were horrible. The lack of Pontiacs was sad. There is a picture (#7) of John Force (Peak) and Jonnie Lindberg (Head) as they are inching forward to break the staging lights. This is the race where John Force's engine blew up and he crashed into Lindberg. Hope you enjoy the slide show... http://s931.photobucket.com/user/us_strat/slideshow/AZ NATS?sort=4
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