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SnoWht95

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SnoWht95 last won the day on November 22 2017

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About SnoWht95

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  • Birthday 07/19/1988

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  • Location
    Weaverville, NC

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Ty'Eira Marie Morrison
  • Gender
    Female
  • Year
    1993
  • Car
    Grand Am
  • Trim
    GT
  • Engine
    Quad 4 High Output (LG0)
  • Style
    Sedan
  • Color
    Bright Aqua

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  1. Yeah, I know, I haven't been around in a while... but it wouldn't hurt to try to put my '93 Quad 4 High Output Grand Am GT Sedan in the mix. Yes, this makes the second of 719 total that remain, and this one is just waiting for a clutch. I drove it home from Philly to Asheville about three months ago 🙃
  2. I'm trying to keep the Quad 4 spirit alive, is all 😏
  3. ...and yes, the leather interior is being retained 😂
  4. I know, it's been a while since I updated here. Wasn't gonna update this until everything was done, but this deserves an update... apparently I went and found another Bright Teal '93 High Output GT Sedan I go pick up next month 😂
  5. GE is closer so far 😂 I'll have to check in with one of them to see what they recommend
  6. Kinda looking for recommendations, but so far looks like I may have to tackle it myself
  7. Well then... didn't know my '95 GAGT Sedan was Instagram famous But she's still a shell at this point, and I still have yet to find anyone around NC to fix the body damage on the '93 Quad. But I have WAY more photos where this came from, just to inform everyone...
  8. No problem... Stay tuned for more [emoji57] Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  9. Pulling the fender out, repainting, replacing brake lines and exhaust from '95 (and a few more parts), drive/update until it breaks, fix, repeat. Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  10. And this would basically be the running '93: Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  11. Nah. The damage on the '93 just looks bad. It can be pulled. The '95, however, can sacrifice the rest of its parts Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk I think once this gets popped back out it's gonna be all good... Not much to pull, considering the impact Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  12. Update: '93 came home Sunday morning. Looked underneath, "done" by Southern standards but "rust free" for all you Northerners. That being said, brace yourselves for some Compnine information: '93 only saw 719 of these. 115 were Bright White with matching wheels. From those 115, 72 had the 1SD package (power everything, including antenna). Add in the B20 Sport interior, leather, tape deck with equaliser, and rear defrost. So with this being fully loaded, this makes the only one of 2 '93 Bright White GAGT Sedans left built this way. The other one was sent to California. So you tell me which one stays now... Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  13. That's what I was thinking... Because the rear brake lines are busted, and the damage is apparently easily fixable from the video. It's got solid rockers and such, it runs and drives too. But the interior is exceptional... 169k miles Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
  14. Basically the aftermath of the damage to the transmission and such. Apparently the 4T60 in the '95 was held together with hardware store screws, neither me or the original owner was made aware until after the damage had been done and the motor was out. And to think my transmission was laying on the subframe this whole time Sent from my LGUS990 using Tapatalk
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