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Pontiac Dealers - I know it's only been 10 years since GM pulled the plug on Pontiac, but I sure do miss them.

  • Lonnie McCoy

    When I first posted this, I was mourning over losing the Trans Am in 2002. You are correct, it's been 5-6 yrs. since losing the Pontiac brand. That doesn't change the fact that they are missed by lot of people. GM made a big mistake. They keep sending me crap trying to sell me a Buick. I bought Pontiacs for 43 yrs. I won't be buying a Buick.

  • D.J. Millburn

    Unless its the new grand national when it comes out, neither will I. Pontiac is sorry missed indead. Love my G8

  • Robby Turczi

    Bought an 02 Grand Am last year with only 69k on and I totally love it. Better then my Saturn

  • Mike Shaughnessy

    You realize there's no difference between a pontiac and a buick, right? Same powertrains, same chassis.

  • Lonnie McCoy

    Mike, Pontiac had style all it's own. I know it's like comparing apples and oranges. I liked Pontiacs (my style), hated Buicks.

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