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Grand Prix 1965

Just got it in the mail my 1965 Pontiac Salesman's Sales Album

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Just a few shots of my new (uded) album, very good condition. This what the salesman used before computers. It has the full Pontiac line included.

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That's pretty cool!

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Oh, that's awesome!

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NICE!

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That's Awesome!!! Im jelly!!!! I wish I had something like that for my collection!!!

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Where did you find that?

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I was on the Facebook site for POCI and someone said that an elderly widow was selling her husbands old car items. It wasn't cheap but also wasn't out of line either. I called this nice woman that was a great person to talk to and purchased the book site unseen. If you look at the tabs on the binder it looks like the Lemans/GTO section was used the most. This was the only Pontiac item she had. If you have anyone looking for Cadillac or Packard I think she might have more of that. Let me know and I will contact her put you in touch. I was just in the right place at the right time for this because I have never seen another like it for sale.

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Yeah my boss would be really interested in them. Whats her number and name?

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I would like to get one of the Caddy ones, please PM me the info if you could.

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I was on the Facebook site for POCI and someone said that an elderly widow was selling her husbands old car items. It wasn't cheap but also wasn't out of line either. I called this nice woman that was a great person to talk to and purchased the book site unseen. If you look at the tabs on the binder it looks like the Lemans/GTO section was used the most. This was the only Pontiac item she had. If you have anyone looking for Cadillac or Packard I think she might have more of that. Let me know and I will contact her put you in touch. I was just in the right place at the right time for this because I have never seen another like it for sale.

So you have the woman's contact info and name? I am wondering if I might know her.

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I would be glad to pass on anyones name and number to her. But I don't have her permission to give her information out.

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I would be glad to pass on anyones name and number to her. But I don't have her permission to give her information out.

I can understand that. OK, let me ask these 2 questions. Does she live in south east Michigan? Any idea how long she has been a widow? She sounds like someone I may already know.

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She lives in Arizona.

Well that blew Frosty's theory right out of the water :lol2:

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Well that blew Frosty's theory right out of the water :lol2:

Yup. Pretty much. I thought it might have been the late Pontiac historian John Sawruk's wife.

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