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96vert

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About 96vert

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    Learning to Fly
  • Birthday 02/15/1988

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Forever Pontiac

  • Year
    1996
  • Car
    Sunfire Convertible
  • Trim
    SE
  • Engine
    2.4L
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    White
  1. 96vert

    New Member!

    it handles pretty well even better when I put the rims with wider tires on than the factory ones, thinking about getting strut braces to help the handling more as convertibles flex a lot as for power...I got my motor rebuilt a few years ago but nothing special it gets me to where i wanna go, I don't race or drive peddle to the metal, i'm more for looks than power, with some add ons i'm sure you could get some pretty impressive power, I think its sitting in your dad's garage? haha thats awesome with the motor, you'll have to let me when its done and bring it to a gm tuners meet cuz I miss my old fiero
  2. 96vert

    Oldmanvette IS IN THE HOUSE

    Welcome!
  3. just curious as to why you only painted the middle...? maybe I missed something
  4. 96vert

    My other ride

    yeah thats actually not a bad idea, mmmm i'll have to think about it, i've thought about swapping the mercury moutaineer tailights on I kinda like those ones better and possibly tint those... we'll have to wait and see, I haven't had a lot of time to think about what I want to do to the Escape yet but thanks for the ideas! here's another ride I have, 49 cc pocket rocket haha i'm currently painting it right now so I will get pics up when iam done
  5. 96vert

    New Member!

    thanks! I would also like to add that I've owned a 1986 Pontiac Fiero GT and a 1985 Fiero 2m4 but sold both hoping to get another GT some day.
  6. 96vert

    My other ride

    I know its not a GM but I do like fords too, I bought this white 2008 Ford Escape XLT last Decemember and I love it, Its all wheel drive AWESOME in the snow. It has a 3.0 V6. here's some pics, The only thing I've done so far is installed mud flaps, removed the dealership sticker and the 4wd emblem plan on removeing the V6 and the escape emblems as well, tint the windows and go from there.
  7. 96vert

    Wisconsin members

    I'm from Baraboo but live in hillpoint which is only about 30 mins
  8. 96vert

    New Member!

    I have the 2.4 which is LD9 I believe
  9. 96vert

    New Member!

    well here's some of the things I've done already 17 inch SSC Performance rims new convertible top tinted windows 00-02 GT front bumper GT Back bumper tinted tailights, 3rd brake, and side markers x-plod cd player, speakers in door panels and in the back Motor rebuilt in 08 removed side molding and sunfire badge removed pinstripe had underglow and neons inside but not anymore might be a few other things here i'm missing future plans evil eyes lowering kit Not really a whole lot as of right now, need more ideas, i'm more for looks than performnce
  10. 96vert

    Newbie!

    some tinted tailights would look nice!
  11. 96vert

    New Member!

    haha yeah I was thinking the same thing thank you all for the comments!
  12. 96vert

    New Member: 2009 Vibe GT

    Aren't you the lady I bought my bumper from!?!
  13. 96vert

    Another WI GM-Tuner

    same here! haha
  14. 96vert

    New Member!

    Hello everyone! my name is Johnny Iam from Hillpoint, Wisconsin. I have a 1996 Pontiac Sunfire Convertible that i've had for 4 years now and love it. I've done a few things to it but i like to keep the stockish look. looking forward to meeting new people! Iam also a member of the Wigm-tuners! Car is currently in the storage but hoping to get it back out soon! oldest pics I could find As she looks today well let me know what you think!
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