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Old 01-18-2010, 09:55 PM   #11
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Welcome to the Bonneville Forum!. Glad to see you've got Pontiac in your blood. I really like the TA in "Arrest Me" Red!
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To be honest, my everyday driver is currently a blue Chevy Avalanche. My wife drives a white Pontiac Grand Prix.. Not sure if it'* on purpose or not that our vehicles are Red, White, and Blue. One thing I know for sure is I'd rather be driving a full sized American vehicle. I don't care what the foreign car folks say, an American car will run more miles with less problems, for less money, and do it in style. Yeah, there are some real nice foreign cars, but anything worth driving costs half as much as my house! The Bonneville has been one of the best looking cars on the road as far back as I can remember. It'* a shame I can't afford an old classic (say 69' or older), but figured I better get another one now while they are still a bargain. Looks like newer Pontiacs have become real collectors items before their time.
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