I understood the point Sailor. I was just showing the grandchildren of the cars you showed. If you notice, all the cars i put up have flair, style and passion of those old beauties. I didn't put up pics of computerised Nissan Skylines, the hardly evolved Porsche or the passionless optimized frame of the Gumpert. These cars may look radically different from those of the late fifties, but underneath the metalwork, they have the same soul. And the same need for speed.But Su-47, you missed the whole point old mate from IDF long ago. We are talking about that style of the late fifties and early sixties. Chrome steel like there was no tomorrow. Now it's all plastic and Korean small cars.
EM, the financial downturn in the US put an end to the production run here in Australia of the Pontiac. This car was built for the American market.Guys... put up each one of the Pontiac line here... they're going in about an year... then, we'll possibly never see Pontiacs again !!!
I used imageshack to upload these pics. I have been using imageshack for years to post pics on forums. I have never had complaints before. lets wait and see if other members have this problem.Wish I could see those pics in full size Su. I can only view them in thumbnail.
It's funny but when I click on your thumbnail pic, the large pic of my black Pontiac opens.
Perhaps an Admin would like to check that?
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