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This is my friend 1974 Pontiac Forumla Survivor 1 of 52 and 1 of 3 in yellow, and his 1972 Pontaic GTO

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Ok - I am officially impressed. A SD-455 Formula is a a very rare bird indeed.A fellow club member has a SD-455 Formula 4-speed car. I have a pretty good idea how much he paid for it too. So I know what this sucker is worth. How much has he been offered for the car?



A red '72 GTO is always nice.



So what is the story of these two machines?


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Amazing Pontiacs for sure. That's awesome he has an SD-455.



:agreed: with Frosty


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His collection is to be admired for sure! :indian::dancingpontiac:


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:welcomeFP:

Impressive pair of Pontiacs! :drool:

The SD Formula is a high five to low six figure $$$ car all day! :bowdown:

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The yellow Forumla has been appraised at 90000. I think he's been offered that once and he turned it down.

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wow, really nice.


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The yellow Forumla has been appraised at 90000. I think he's been offered that once and he turned it down.

If you/he don't mind answering, what did he pay for it?

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one owner car?


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I'll have to ask him how much he paid for it. He is the 3rd or 4th owner. He had talked to all the previous owners. The guy who ordered it didn't want the fancy trans am addons but wanted the performance.

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Makes me miss my 74, even though mine was no where near that SD. It was closer to being worth maybe the tires, and that's pushing it. And I've always got love for an A-body

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Thats strange PHS told me that they don't keep track of production numbers of any colors?


Or maybe they were only referring to 1970.


Nice car!

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Pontiac may have kept better records for the SD production figures since they knew it was going to be a very limited option. Or it may have been 1970 - since that was a UAW strike year.


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That is an impressive Duo!! Birds are my first love, and that is one of my favorites.

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