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JiggilyJoe

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JiggilyJoe last won the day on November 16 2016

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About JiggilyJoe

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    Fresh Meat

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  • Location
    Wasilla AK
  • Interests
    Cars, Computers, Camping

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Joe Stout
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    2004
  • Car
    GTO
  • Engine
    5.7
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Impulse Blue Metallic

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  1. My much loved Blue on Blue M6 2004 Goat. I think the blue fits well with the glacier in the back ground. The only down side to living in Alaska is that my Goat spends a good part of the year in storage, but come spring it's the perfect car for weekend getaways. Other than a needed Mishimoto replacement radiator, she is completely stock, but will still walk away from most anything we come up against, and is perfect for carving out mountain roads.
  2. Fantastic! I would love to show off my Pontiac pride year round up here!
  3. That's cool! I have been down to Girdwood for the summer Hippy craft fair in the woods. That is some beautiful country, but then again I point out something almost daily to my wife and exclaim "look how beautiful that (mountain/river/valley/forest/random animal) is!" Thanks for the warm welcome to the group everyone. I've lurked around the forums for awhile now, but once I had a picture of my goat with snow on her, I knew I had to share. lol
  4. Right? I spent a year looking for it. I had every auto buying website I could find bookmarked on my computer and would check them daily for cars up to 750 miles away. Then one day a dealership 5 miles from my house popped up with exactly what I wanted. I moved to Wasilla near Anchorage. So far I'm loving it!
  5. Thanks! I just moved up here this summer. I almost, ALMOST, sold it before moving but I had spent so long looking for this one I knew I would never find it again, (blue on blue with a manual). So finally I loaded her on a trailer and hauled her up the Alaskan Highway. By the time I got here she was a very dirty girl, and I still find dirt in various nooks and crannies, but it has been worth it! Luckily I get a good 9 months of good weather each year so life is good!
  6. My snow bound GTO. I didn't get her stored before the first snow of the season, but I love the way the snow highlights the grill and the fenders.
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