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SharkCar19998

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SharkCar19998

Hey guys I'm James. I live in cold Michigan and am in LOVE with Pontiacs!! The family car is a 07 Grand Prix in black with a sand colored interior. I'm currently looking to buy a 2000 Pontiac Grand Am SE2 Project car. It's missing all outside lights, Throttle body and it has an engine knock... Good project. I guess. I'll like it. I also collect vacuum cleaners as I'm a very mechanical gifted person. Let me know what you think about my car(s).. Thanks

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Professur

I'm thinking that you'll pay more to replace those lights than to buy another car intact. If the throttle body is missing, you'll at least need to remove the intake to ensure nothing's crawled in there and died ... or worse. If you're looking for something to make work for yourself, this is a great find. If you're wanting to have a running car for your trouble .. Unless the interior is mint and the body immaculate, I'd keep looking.

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Ringo64

:welcomeFP:

Got any pics of your Pontiac?

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JUSTA6

Welcome to FP.  Where in the mitten R U?  I'm in Pontiac.  We have a great bunch that run together all summer to shows.

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