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Win a FREE 2018 Forever Pontiac Calendar

Another year, another great calendar! We want to thank all those who have participated in our calendar and of course, those who have supported us and bought the calendar. We can't do this without you!

To celebrate another year of Forever Pontiac, we are giving away a FREE 2018 Forever Pontiac Calendar! It's simple all you need to do is reply to this topic and you're entered.

How to enter? Just click the red "Reply to this Topic" button and reply with a comment.

Want more entries? Post around the forums, gallery, everywhere! One post = one more entry. We also are offering those who are part of our "Enhanced Membership" 2 entries per post. 

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I’d sure like to see the winners photos!

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7 minutes ago, 74Esprit said:

I’d sure like to see the winners photos!

 

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Hoping to win 

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2 hours ago, 74Esprit said:

I’d sure like to see the winners photos!

Its easy.....buy the calendar.  :D

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Haha good one! I bought enough Forever T shirts already.....want something free! 😄

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Hoping for a win :)!!!

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Looking forward to it!

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I need one

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Looking for the free Pontiac picture Calendar

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Thank you ! Would love to have a calendar for the shop.

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In for a calendar!

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Sure wish I had a free Calendar.

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Would love to have one! Someday, when my 65 Catalina convertible is finished, it just may be selected for a calendar too!

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I love free!

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Sure why not. I'm in.

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I would very much like a calendar, I can hang it on my hospital room wall to mark days when I get out of here.

Thank you very much.

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