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Isaac Kelley

Hello everyone! SO glad to have a place to keep the Pontiac spirit alive!!

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Isaac Kelley

Hello! I'm Isaac. I drive a '03 Grand Am GT. It's my first Pontiac and I LOVE IT! I first fell in love with Pontiac when my parents bought their '99 Grand Prix. It was white with black leather, and I could imagine NO car being greater! Then came my aunt's 2006 Grand Prix in silver with black leather, and I was HOOKED!! One day, I'm set to inherit her red 2009 G8 GT!

Pontiac was without a doubt the best car ever made, and while I mourn its loss, it just makes the time I have left with my Pontiacs that much more precious!

Here are some pictures of my baby:

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Ringo64

:welcomeFP:



Nice GA you got there!


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Frosty

:ditto::welcomeFP:




Great looking GA GT you've got there. Welcome!


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[ChaosweaveR]

Welcome to the site.

Been awhile since another Grand Am owner signed up.

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Ghost

welcome to FP! car looks good.


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stratman

Glad to have you here at FP! That's a beautiful Grand Am you got there! I've always had a soft spot for Grand Am's... I had a '93 GA GT with a Quad-4 HO and a 5-speed. Man, I loved that car and I should have never let it go, it was a lot of fun to drive.

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JigSaw

I felt the same way when I was 8 years old. My brothers girlfriend gave me a ride in her Grand Prix and I feel in love.

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