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The 2014 model year marks the 50th anniversary year of the GTO. Let's try to celebrate it and all things Pontiac.

Personally, I have some small and large things I hope to do to the Lemans. I'd like to sandblast and repaint the wheels, send the trim rings off of to be have the scratches remove. Some minor repair work on the convertible top.

I am considering installing a correct spoiler on the back (I've had it for 2 years but I struggle with the idea of drilling holes in original sheet metal). Installing a Judge front air dam (also had for 2 years).

Oh, and get another car - I think it is safe to say that this will be the last winter for the Avalanche.

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drill the holes. drill the holes. and i hope to finally finish the G6 projects so i can begin the others.

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Start modding the Camaro :D

Starting with CAI, Headers and Exhaust this year

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