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Sweet that it was saved and restored. Wish it wasn't in a private collection would like to see it.
Why a 1963 Pontiac (with a Detroit connection) fetched $530,000 at auction
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I agree it would be nice to see. Perfect for POCI or GTO Nationals.


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Those cars have been cherished and sought after for the past 35 years. They will always be big dollar cars, which is as it should be. Especially with million dollar cheezy Mopars!!
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There was one (can't remember the name) at the Tri-Power Nationals last year. Very cool to see in person


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Those cars have been cherished and sought after for the past 35 years. They will always be big dollar cars, which is as it should be. Especially with million dollar cheezy Mopars!!
Doesn't seem right does it? Pontiacs were so much classier and quality built.....
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I am glad to see it, watch the barret jackson and meechum auctions from time to time, and see all the big dollar cars move. Very rarely do i see a pontiac in there. Seems the price never takes off on the ponitacs but then again the prices never are low either. Theres a steadiness to them. Working on them shopping for them buying them. Most people that are looking at pontiacs really want one. The above car being a Catalina for some reason makes me like the story more. I have a GTO, the same year that my uncle had, who traded it for a camero. I didnt grow up in the golden age and get to see these cars cruise woodward, by the time i got to drive no one really wanted to go to woodward let alone cruise a nice car. I am not sure why but always loved pontiacs in general not just the GTO. love to see them around. And on that note new Lemans in town same color as my goat but a 70. Sharp car
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