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Old Man Taylor

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Newbie here, I just found out about this site.  I'm into all things Pontiac.  I currently have a '64 GTO and a '64 Tempest, and I have had several other Pontiacs in the past.  I live in San Diego County.

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Welcome aboard Mr Taylor! Glad ya found the site! I know you have alot of experience so feel free to share!

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 :welcomeFP: great to have you here. also, have any pics of the cars? and plans for them?

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Here are a few pictures of the cars I have now (assuming I can figure out how to post them).  I am hoping that the racecar is stable.  The GTO is currently in the paint shop.  I hope to have it ready for the GTOAA Convention in Washington in July.

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:welcomeFP: 

Great lookin' Pontiacs you got there!

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Awesome pic's...thankz for sharing.

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Nice collection!  Welcome!

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Welcome to the forum. Looks like you've been having fun.

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I think we've just got another member to the Old Guys Club, right Justa?

Welcome aboard Mr. Taylor! Damn fine Pontiacs ya got there!

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NOT old Frosty.....experienced!!!!!! :rofl:

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I stand corrected !!!! 

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Old works, as it is true.

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