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  1. Larry Schwalbach
    October 19, 2021 @ 9:52 pm

    Great, enjoy your Chevy. I have a 1995 Pontiac Firebird Formula 6- Speed LT-1 V-8 I bought new, I can’t believe I still have it, bright red, t-tops, with 267,000 miles, original paint, never garaged. I’ve had people want to buy it, but I didn’t want to sell because when I moved to Florida, I put a trailer hitch on it because I bought a jetski, I couldn’t see pulling a jetski with a Corvette. I’ve had about 15 cars in-between, but just always liked to go back to the 320HP it has. I have a Camry I drive everyday, so I hardly put 200 miles on the Firebird now. I have several pictures/stories with the car. Like when I went from Kentucky to Florida and put about 6,000 miles in one week. When I was in Florida, I have pictures of 3 Space Shuttles with the Firebird. I had a dog I lost last year, she loved the Firebird, she would get me up on Saturdays and Sundays to take it to the dog park, then we would go for a long ride. I even have all the license plates, from when I bought it in Ohio, to Kentucky to Florida. The plate on the car now is 265,000. One of my best pictures is with the 1982 Lamborghini Countach(red), my 2005 Corvette (yellow) and the 1995 Firebird in Florida under a big palm tree.


  2. Tamera
    September 29, 2021 @ 1:44 pm

    This is awesome! I bought my ’57 Bel Air 4-door Hardtop back in 1977 at 17 years old and still have it 44 years later!
    It is in pretty bad shape and has been parked in the garage since 1995.
    The only way my baby will ever get fixed up is if I win the lottery! I miss driving her.


  3. Joseph L. Sexton
    September 29, 2021 @ 10:46 am

    My question is simple, first where does she get parts for her repairs. second, she must live in a fairly UNPOPULATED area because no matter how careful I am with my 2006 Avalon some inconsiderate jerk will tap my bumper or let a shopping cart scratch the side or such.


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