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Now this is interesting - PMD Garage - Pontiac Motor Dudes. I sure hope this is a success.



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Off of Woodward. Hopefully that does well!

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Gonna be sooo cool, can't wait.

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JUSTA interesting side note, Gordon Heidacker, was the founder of Heide Performance Products (or HPP for short). They produced the '69 Trans Am Camaro tribute car that sold at Barrett-Jackson last year and they built the original Daytona kit that went on GE's Challenger. HPP was based in Madison Heights Michigan as well. I'd drive by it once in awhile on my way home from the GM Tech Center in Warren MI. It was just a few blocks south of 14 Mile Road.




ZTA was another Trans Am Depot wanna-be company that transformed Camaros into Firebird/Trans Ams.


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