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Old 03-27-2017, 11:06 AM
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This depends on where you are coming from and want a Pontiac.If you are an ED you enjoy the restoration (bringing it back) and many folks do. I have brought a few back and have a couple of more I hope to get done before the last ride. BUT if you like shows parades club events etc. then buy one thats done a save yourself a lot of grief. Bill Marcy has the 68 for sale its done ready to enjoy no ulcers or grief just turn the key and go, Not my god where can I find a *****? This is a choice depends on who and what YOU are and want a PONTIAC.
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truer words were never spoken. first you have to want it second you have to be able to do the necessary repairs. either your self or the ability to pay someone else. but really there are two cars begin shown here, this poncho and the high top MM. both of them body and interior wise need the same work done on them
but as one is not as weather one has more appeal. but from my prospective they are both the same
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Which M-M high top are you referring to, Ed?
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they on at gov auction but that's a superior and a 76. so how easy it is you walk away for my confused.
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This is the same car, looks good
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