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Patriotic Pontiac Picture Competition

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With the 4th of July less than 2 days away, we're looking for some great Pontiac's with Patriotic themes! Post your pic of your #Pontiac to this thread and we will choose a winner tomorrow night to be our cover photo for our social assets!




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Frosty



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Charleston WV - State Capitol - Status of Abraham Lincoln on the left


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Charleston WV - Haddad Park - Kanwatha Blvd and Kanwatha River


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Gonna be hard to beat Frosty's patriotic social assets! ;)



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Gonna be hard to beat Frosty's patriotic social assets! ;)

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Smile and salute Stratman.....smile and salute! :rofl:

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Really tough choices here... really tough :)



Congrats to FlyGTO!


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