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Drew Dowdell

Captain Picard gets serious about Pontiac technology

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Nice... sales were healthy and except for the Lumina Van & Trans Sport not

a single product looked like a lame rebadge and not too many of the vehicles

in Pontiac's portfolio overlapped.

BTW Oldsmoboi:

Great Quote in your Sig. 100% true.

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I have the 90 Grand Prix STE Turbo and that car is VERY exciting. It can open a serious can of whoop a$$ on GT/LX 5.0L Mustangs fully optioned and dealer mark-up to the tune of around $30K Fast all stock and close to the 1/4 mi times of goosed up 3.8L S/C later G/P's. Engineered by ASC/ McLaren a very competent performer besting the 320i and other Euro cars of the time.

So even though it was FWD it was a serious Sport Sedan with near luxury leanings, and yes "We build Excitement... Pontiac!" surely was not laughable in this context or the more common coupe.

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