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NINETY EIGHT REGENCY

Early 1990's Pontiac Commercial

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The music is... um... cheesy.

Reminds me of the cheesy music made by a Toyota dealer here in Toronto. Most irritating thing is that I hear it every day on the radio.

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That commercial might actually be worse than the car itself, which is an accomplishment.

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Still better than "Get 2.9% financing or $500 on any Grand Prix"

Look at it from an 80s perspective: It's stylish, trendy, and evokes the senses with action shots of the car and of good looking people liking it. It's everything Pontiac marketing should be.

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Still better than "Get 2.9% financing or $500 on any Grand Prix"

Look at it from an 80s perspective: It's stylish, trendy, and evokes the senses with action shots of the car and of good looking people liking it. It's everything Pontiac marketing should be.

Bingo!

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That commercial might actually be worse than the car itself, which is an accomplishment.

A friend of mine had that car in high school. I know she had the 4 cylinder version, and I know the damn interior fell apart on her LOL

That commercial was boasting something that car just didn't have!

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Because it depicted underage driving.  Kinda dumb if you ask me.  I mean, they did give a warning

lame

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Does anyone have the email address of any GM marketing people so I can send them a copy of this video?

Please...don't give them any ideas...

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AHHHH! Its a reminder of our old 87 Grand Am LE coupe! "Bring on the highway" had me rolling on the floor! That was the biggest POS we had out side of our 86 Ford.

Pontiac, we built.......crap Grand Ams

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Ugh.. the early 90s. A period in history that will go down in infamy.

That Pontiac looked like crap.

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Great post 98R! :)

The music is... um... cheesy.

Reminds me of the cheesy music made by a Toyota dealer here in Toronto. Most irritating thing is that I hear it every day on the radio.

So you're saying Toyota dealers recycle music & ideas form

17 year old Pontiac commercials? Sounds about right!

That FWD burbout at the end reminds me of how cheesy it

. is when you try to show off with FWD. :P

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Great post 98R! :)

So you're saying Toyota dealers recycle music & ideas form

17 year old Pontiac commercials? Sounds about right!

That FWD burbout at the end reminds me of how cheesy it

. is when you try to show off with FWD. :P

With the right FWD car you can show off. Like an SRT-4 ^_^

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