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Ringo64

Entire lineup from 1979

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Thought this was an interesting page from a magazine of the 1979 lineup from Pontiac, Don't see much like this anymore.



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cool. and it would have been nice of a modern Pontiac shot.


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I SPY A PHOENIXXXXXXX



Second row the the back, the red one. Phoenix with a landau top!!!!


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I SPY A PHOENIXXXXXXX

Second row the the back, the red one. Phoenix with a landau top!!!!

Was waiting for youz :lol:

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There is more than that. The cars on either side of the red Phoenix are Phoenixs. Also, third row from the back, the last two from the bottom - next to the two Sunbirds - then 3 more Phoenixs.


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I seen it haha! but I was looking for my exact one


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