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Old 07-05-2004, 07:14 PM   #11
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Well I live in the Atlanta, Georgia area and there are plenty GXPs on the lots at the dealers. Just about every dealer has one GXP on the lot. Some have 5 or more. Carl Black dealership in Kennessaw is a good example. They have about 6 GXPs and 6 or more GTOs. They're just collecting dust. GXPs even have $5G rebates for Pontiac owners. If this keeps up, they will really depreciate after New Years.
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