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POTM Vote, February 2019

Pontiac of the Month - February 2019  

35 members have voted

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  1. 1. Which Pontiac?

    • bkak fly's 1985 Fiero 2M4
    • 91Firebird's 1994 25th Anniversary Trans Am GT
    • Scondra's 2002 WS6 M6,
    • gscherer78ta's 1978 Trans Am
    • Pacevette's 1999 30th anniversary trans am
    • 84 Trans Am's 1984 Trans Am

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  • Poll closed on 02/02/2019 at 04:59 AM

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Somehow this turned into Firebirds and a Fiero of the Month competition :lol: 

bkak fly's 1985 Fiero 2M4 

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91Firebird's 1994 25th Anniversary Trans Am GT - There were 2,000 produced and ONLY 89 were equipped with the 6 speed Manual plus the CD player and T-Tops. It was also the Pace Car for the 35th Daytona 500. With only 19,750 miles, everything on this model is 100% Original, right down to a new (very rare) set of Goodyear GS-C Radials which I recently purchased.

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Scondra - 2002 WS6 M6, Monster Stage 2 clutch, Eibach lowering springs, Fast intake, BMR torque bar, lower control arms,pan hard bar and subframe connectors, UMI strut tower brace, Hooker headers C6 ZO6 rims 18" front 19" rear, 54000  miles Interior:Katzkin leather seats with red stitching, Joying head unit, Rockford Fosgate amps and speakers

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gscherer78ta - 1978 Trans Am.  This car started as a bone stock from the factory Y88 car that I bought in 2009.  My son and I did the car show thing for several years before getting caught by the autocross bug.  Since that time it's been transformed into more of a pro-touring build.  It's getting a 530hp LS3 and stage 3 built T56 and Holley Terminator TBI LS system so I can keep a functional shaker scoop.  My whole family loves this car and the people meet because of it! 

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Pacevette's 1999 30th anniversary trans am.  #518 with 10,500 miles. Original everything!

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84 Trans Am's 1984 Trans Am, unrestored, 16766 original miles, 700r4 original automatic transmission, T-Tops, original mint condition interior, original 305 L69 engine, original shadow louvers, original exhaust, Eagle GT tires

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Voting will go till February 1st at 11:59 PM ET as we were a little late in getting this up. Vote now before it's too late!

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Congrats @gscherer78ta for winning our February POTM!

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