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IT is a great pleasure to be a "newbie" on this site as I am a long-time Pontiac enthusiast!  
My first ownership began back in 1976 when as a High School Senior, I purchased a '64 LeMans from my neighbors.  Not a GTO by any means (flat 6, standard brakes), it still started me on my Pontiac journey- which included:
1984 T-1000,  1986 Sunbird,  1988 Firebird (V6),   1996 Grand Prix GT,  2004 GTO (my buddy Mike and I were early adopters of the Monaro/GTO and Pontiac Performance Magazine actually did a photo story on us called "Blood Brothers" as we lived several houses apart), 

current ride:  2002 Firebird.  Sunset Orange Metallic.   Apparently, it was one of the last couple of hundred produced and I thoroughly enjoy it!  Although I drive a german performance sedan during the work week, I intend to keep my 'Bird for a long long long time!  I never had a car with T-tops before this one and I love opening it up and cruising alongside the beach on FL A-1-A, going to the local "Cars & Coffee" once a month.

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:welcomeFP:

Quite an awesome list of Pontiacs you've had there and a great lookin' Bird!

Judging by the mention of the A1A, you're on that other coast of Florida. Good to see some more FL members!

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Thanks!  I should mention too that my dad had his share of Pontiacs back in the day (although he was definitely more of a Buick guy)- he had a '60 Catalina, a '70 LeMans (which was commandeered by my brother as it had that nice 5.7 L V8), and an '02 G6.  

At any rate, I've always dug PMV more than any other division; I still have a good number of original brochures from the dealerships.

-Scottie

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Great lookin ride.  Welcome to FP.

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