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stratman last won the day on February 16

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  1. In addition to decoding your data plate, you should send your VIN to PHS Services to get a copy of the original invoice to see exactly what options were on your GTO when it left the factory. Money well spent. http://www.phs-online.com/services.htm
  2. Adobe Lightroom. It is part of Adobe Creative Cloud subscription that also includes Photoshop. The subscription is about $10 a month.
  3. There are two stamp pads on the front of the engine block. On one side you have a nine digit number that starts with a "2" (for Pontiac), "8" (for 1968), "R" (for Arlington TX plant) with the remaining six digits being the last six numbers of the cars VIN. This is a pic from my late great 1968 GTO... You can see they match the last eight numbers of the VIN (highlighted in yellow)... The pad on the other side of the front of the block has the engine production number and a two letter code that identifies the engine and the transmission (manual or automatic). Mine wa
  4. Had fun with your picture, Frosty...
  5. Nice looking TA!!! Glad you got one after all those years! I'm a big 2nd gen TA fan also, have an '81.
  6. Went to a "trunk or treat" car show in Winchester VA last Sunday. The weather was beautiful and there were over 200 cars. As usual for shows in my neck of the woods, there were only a handful of Pontiacs. Also, as usual, you could create a separate Camaro and Chevelle show. lol! Anyway... here is a slideshow of a few of the cars, in no particular order other than I put the Pontiacs at the beginning. The first two slides are my 1981 TA, "Raven". https://app.photobucket.com/shared/slideshow/u/us_strat/a/703bd945-65c5-4a95-ac97-3f21ad814d3b
  7. Nice!! I had a ‘68 many years ago, love these cars.
  8. Ringo... If you are still wondering what you are going to do with them, how about some sort of contest for one of them (you keep the rest of course)? Might generate more folks on FP...
  9. Great looking car! I love the ‘59 and ‘60 GM “flattop” 4-foot hardtops.
  10. She’s a beauty! I would like to run 17” snowflakes on my ‘81 TA. Are those the 9” wide wheels and what size tire are you running?
  11. Beautiful Bonnie! Looking at the options I can see, it has to be a rare beast... convertible, 421 tri-power, 4 speed, eight lug wheels, tach, vacuum gauge, power windows, arguably the best color combination.
  12. Thank you and keep up the good work Ringo! Looking forward to the next ten years buddy!
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