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Patriotic Shots Competition

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July 4th is already creeping in on us so we thought what better way to revamp our Social Media presences for the celebration of the Independence of our great country than with a great contest showing off America and Pontiacs!

Reply to this topic with a picture of your Pontiac and some Patriotic background or item to enter for a chance of being our Cover Photo/background on all our Social Media sites. The winner will also get a free Forever Pontiac sticker ;) 

No limitations other than America and Pontiac!

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Well then I am out of the running.

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1 hour ago, notallthere said:

Well then I am out of the running.

Just hop over to the ole USA and take a picture of your Vibe ;) 

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This is a shot of the prototype design model of my Patriotic 9/11 Memorial car I'm building out of my 1977 Formula project. I call it the,"Freedom Firebird Project," and it has it's own Facebook page under that name. The real car is currently still under construction in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Upon completion, I plan to drive it across Country to all three Hallow Ground sites from the attacks on American soil on 9/11.

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SALUTE!

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On 6/28/2016 at 5:52 AM, SPRINT 6 said:

SALUTE!

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Congrats, @SPRINT 6! You're our winner! Thank you all who participated!

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Thanks.

Happy 4th of JULY gang !

BE SAFE.

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