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Old 12-11-2005, 11:06 PM   #21
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Dude. Cut that out
every time somebody starts a thread about the G8 I expect to see a G8.

Not ..... What have you heard
we have been through this. jeeze
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Old 12-12-2005, 01:55 AM   #22
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Consider THIS gospel:

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I hope all is going well in Oregon for you and your family. I have no good Bonneville news, although I can tell you.......... that Grand Prix and LaCrosse will feature new platforms when production ends in 2008. That'* all I know right now ............ But that might be an interesting development for Bonneville fans depending on the new platform.
Of course, I know you love it when I bother you. But I do have a favor to ask...so what else is new, right?
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. find more Grand Prix information in the brand page, because that'* the next best choice Pontiac can offer to loyal Bonneville owners.
With necessary/convenient edits. This is a reliable source that has been very correct in the past.
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find more Grand Prix information in the brand page, because that'* the next best choice Pontiac can offer to loyal Bonneville owners.

Looks that way Doesn't it
I think I can adjust if need be. In Time though In Time.
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Bill thanks man that is great. The GP ends productin in 2008? If so there plain stupid.
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Bill thanks man that is great. The GP ends productin in 2008? If so there plain stupid.
Current PLATFORM in 2008. Don't misinterpret that. Just like the platform for us changed in 2000.
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