Ted (Last name unknown)
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- 3800 Series II V6.
- 4 speed 4T65E auto. trans, shift kit.
- Quantum Tek S101 18×7.5 Rims (.42 offset).
- Nexen N3000 tires.
3-3/4″ modified intake.
GTS headlight covers & ventshades.
custom int. lighting.
Custom aluminum grille (NOT chicken wire).
When I was looking for a car, my wife told me not to bring a sports car home, but I was not going to bring home something boring or foreign like a Camry. I don’t knock others for the cars they choose, but I like to drive American cars. I’ve owned 23 domestic and only 2 imports. I think Pontiac hit a sweet spot when they redesigned the Grand Prix for 1997, which carried thru to 2003. Unfortunately, I don’t like the newest body style.
I love it when kids with ridiculous wings on their Civics or what not… usually aeronautic econo boxes want to take my GPGT on. Just about every time, I end up reminding them they should have done less on the trunk lid and more under the hood. What good is a wing if you can’t take off?
My biggest mistake? Taking on an Infinity at a light. I don’t know crap about Infinity or the one that beat me, but I was barely reading those letters on his trunk lid as he was rapidly pulling away. That’s allright though. I don’t have enough cash or time to devote to beat everyone, just enough to have a little fun with what I got, and my spoiler is reasonably sized.
I’m considering buying a Replica of a Lamborghini Countach someday, or perhaps a replica of a Diablo if I’m that lucky. I’d rather say screw retirement and work till I drop if that’s what it takes to own my dream ride, even if it’s a replica – as long as it’s a good replica. Worry: Fiero beneath the skin, would opt for a custom tubular frame and a 350 V8 instead. At the same time I may stick with my All-American mantra and buy a real ’70s Corvette. I love them, too!…
Decisions, decisions… and my wife will have no say that time…