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The Pontiac line up from 1982

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One of the few years when I liked the Camaro alot more than the Firebird.

Not a great year for Pontiac.

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And the resulting uproar put the fullsize Pontiac back in showrooms the following year. Back when buyers had passion for the cars they bought.

Oh well... not any more.

Yes, you are correct. The Pontiac Parisienne. I liked the 1985-1986 Pontiac Parisienne.

EXCITEMENT!!!!!!!!!!! :rotflmao:

That is funny. We built excitement! This is when GM put Pontiac in its small car phase. Do you realize that the Pontiac Grand Prix did not even offer a V8 one of those years in the early 80's as GM tried to make Pontiac the small car division. The funny thing Mercury is on that road now.

Add a little rust along the bottom of the doors and trunk lids and you just witnessed the traffic go by on our backroad on any given day.

That is funny and sad at the same time.

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