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car shows here we come ...cheers

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Wanted to buy one when they first came out. But since I was forced into early retirement last August (Health issues. Doctors orders) I've become more frugal. Either fill up one of my Pontiacs so I can have some fun or put a shirt on my back. There is really no choice there. The gas always wins out. LOL

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I like freebies also....

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Nice shirt pull my name please.

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 Received my shirt last week. I could sure use a couple more to help support this site and Pontiac. I have not seen any other words that capture my sentiment more than FOREVERPONTIAC !!

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Sweet I'm in.... Need to buy 3.  Been to dang busy.

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Bought 3 already but sure would love a free one! 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

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I'm your Huckleberry!

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As much as I am dumping into my car, and as dirty as all my shirts are getting.... I could use a free shirt!!

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Sweet!  I'm an XL  :)

 

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I want will match my bird when she gets done at the body shop 

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Would love to win one

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Ready for my Large shirt!

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Always ready for a good T-shirt

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Yes Please =)

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count me in!  keep up the good work

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