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dmontarville

Need help identifying Pontiac seat model and year

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With very little to go on, it appears to me to be a Pontiac Grand Prix GP or GTP somewhere between 2001-2008.  The headrest is what makes it appear to be a Grand Prix seat to me.

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No, it's not a grand prix. They never used that type of fabric, never used those kind of overhead exit pulls and the moon roof looks nothing like any of the Pontiac moon roofs used on any of the models Pontiac built between 97-09. It does look like it might be a GM car though. If not I would look at Toyotas.

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It's either a Honda or Acura, roughly mid 90's

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