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Pontiac 4 Life

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Pontiac 4 Life last won the day on August 23 2020

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    Mill Creek, WA
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    Cars in general, especially Fieros
    I'm also collecting authentic Pontiac dealer items from the 80s

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  1. I'm not a big fan of the Camaro based Trans Am conversions, but this one is actually pretty good. What do you think? https://www.hagerty.com/media/car-profiles/are-you-bandit-enough-to-hit-the-road-in-this-visionary-sixth-gen-trans-am/
  2. Wow, beautiful! My favorite gen of the GP and a sexy red Solstice GXP. Very nice. Welcome!
  3. Keith, congratulations on getting your car in this months Smoke Signals! Very nice article. For others that want to see it, it's in the April 2021 Smoke Signals, Member's Motors section, page 48-49.
  4. Love your Grand Prix GXP. Those cars are fabulous with such great style and power. Welcome!
  5. Welcome Chris. Nice to see another PNW Pontiac enthusiast on here. Maybe I'll see you at a show this year.
  6. Welcome! That is a beautiful color combination. I don't think I've seen that before and I wouldn't change a thing.
  7. YES!!! Another Fiero guy!! Welcome to board and glad to see you're saving so many Pontiacs and keeping the excitement alive.
  8. Thanks for sharing this Frosty. What an interesting video. I was hoping they would show the 1990 Fiero GT, but I guess it's not there right now. Thought I'd share that towards the end, they show the 1970 Pontiac Pegasus Concept Car. The production Pontiac Fiero was originally slated to be called the Pegasus, named after this car. At the last minute, the name was changed, but the badging had already been developed so the Pegasus remained on the Fiero badge! Folks sometimes ask about that at shows and that is the reason.
  9. Just found out the new owner is a well known and deserving Fiero enthusiast, Mr Fred Bartemeyer!
  10. The last Fiero ever built has just hammered for $90k!! Wow! Reserve came off around $65k if I remember correctly. Very exciting! GAA Classic Cars - 1988 Pontiac Fiero GT
  11. Wow, your GP is gorgeous!! Welcome David.
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