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After another consecutive year of record turnouts, we're extremely excited to start our first voting round of the 2020 Forever Pontiac calendar! You'll notice that the models with a large turn out are going against each other, such as Firebirds, GTOs. Our aim is to give a little diversity to the calendar this year and give a fighting chance to all involved
Please note that for the first round of voting if you have 10 posts or more you have automatically gotten a pass to the second round as a thank you for being an active member.
We will be taking the top 2 or 3 (ties, number of people, and other factors are considered) individuals from each group and they will move into the 2nd round!
Voting will run till Tuesday, October 22, 2019 11:59 PM ET
Round 2 will start Thursday, October 24, 2019
The way voting works is there will be groups of members and out of that group you will need to select one (1) individual that you like the best as the winner for that group. The individual with the most votes at the end of the round moves on to the next round out of that group. Let's get started!
Please be advised: we are monitoring the use of voting and watching closely. Those who solicit individuals to make accounts, multiple accounts or make fake accounts to move votes in favor of themselves will be removed from the contest. We want this to be an FP calendar for Pontiac lovers, voted by Pontiac lovers. Any questions, please let us know! Thank you for cooperation.
Here are the first round contenders:
Pontiacs For Life
66 Star Chief Exec
2020 Forever Pontiac Calendar - Entries
This year is rolling right along! It's time to get that oh so great tradition of ours started with the 2020 Forever Pontiac Calendar Entry period! This year marks our 10 year anniversary so we are going to put a little "thank you" into our voting rounds . More on that later...
Without further adieu let's get things rolling with some entries! To enter your Pontiac to be in our Calendar contest, please carefully read the instructions/rules below:
Please post ONE picture of your Pontiac in this topic and that will be your valid entry to this contest. Pictures may be touched and Photoshopped but remember, we are voting on which picture looks best for this calendar so make sure it looks good! As well pictures should be high quality and good taste (please as appealing as it is please don't pose naked on your car), should you violate any of our rules or do not have a high quality pic your entry may not make it, even if you get voted into the calendar. Entries will be allowed until September 21st at which point no more entries and this topic will be closed. Voting will start on September 24th and last through till October 31st, in this time there will be several rounds so keep informed and make sure you utilize getting your votes!
You MUST be a member of Forever Pontiac. Picture MUST be of a Pontiac. You must own or have owned the vehicle you're entering (any year, any model) Image must be of good quality: minimum resolution of 1000px width and 300dpi (Most digital Cameras this is the default unedited import provided)
Let the entries begin!
Entries will close: September 21st
Voting will begin: September 24th
We will NOT be accepting entries outside of this topic. To enter hit the "Reply to this topic" button above this post or click into the "Reply to this topic..." text area at the bottom.
For help uploading photos, please see the help guide: https://foreverpontiac.com/topic/48-how-to-post-photos/
Any questions, comments or concerns, please use the contact us link at the bottom of each page (or direct, click here).
Let the entries begin! Best of luck!
I just bought this GT from a private party. I have been driving a 2001 Chevy Malibu for 14 years because I had a '97 Pontiac Grand Prix but it was totalled by a young lady, on the phone, in her daddy's SUV. I'm so glad to be back in one of these. Very different feel and ride than the Malibu !
So I am replacing my engine which was originally 8305 was swap to a 350, but instead of having someone else rebuild it I was going to buy a new one put it in and learn how to rebuild the current 350 in my own spare time. My question is is An old350 Just an old 350 or is that your specific because of the mounting set up? Because I’m finding a lot of good set up’s four 1980 Chevy/Pontiac and older. So can anybody point Me to a direction that can tell me if my car is compatible with any other year of Chevy/ Pontiac years?