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What year Pontiac GP would you like to see JL make?

  • 1962

    Votes: 14 28.6%
  • 1963-64

    Votes: 15 30.6%
  • 1965-66

    Votes: 13 26.5%
  • 1967-68

    Votes: 20 40.8%
  • 1969-70

    Votes: 24 49.0%
  • 1973-74

    Votes: 10 20.4%
  • 1975-76

    Votes: 13 26.5%

  • Total voters
    49
  • Poll closed .
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I would like to see all but first make the 69-70 :thumbsup:. With a extra tooling for a Station Wagon version.
 

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73' was a good year for that car.
Don't be fooled the 400 had a lot of get up and go.
I liked it better than the 75' with a 455.
 

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I like the early ones - 63-64. I remember when they came out and I loved the front ends compared to the Bonnevilles and Catalinas.
 

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This poll assumes that anything past '76 isn't worth considering, and I disagree. Would love to see any stocker come out, RWD or FWD. A (GP-based) '86 2+2 would be fun, though anything other than silver would be "wrong" and cause for much grumbling on the boards. I'd like to see an '89 McLaren ASC Turbo, but I'm probably the only one. The new GXP is a smashing drive but JL and new cars, I've discovered (the hard way) tend not to mix. And JL very nearly did a '97 GTP coupe for Modern Muscle (2000) but that program got hijacked by the car selection in Pam Anderson's VIP series.
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Another one I'd really loke to see is the 78' Monte Carlo.
The interior left much to be desired but the sheet metal on that car was sweet.
 
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