From the Pontiac book. It looks much better in black
The 1988 Grand Am LE is across the street today.
This is the 1988 Grand Am LE July 1988 in the
same location as above. It still looks like this in spite of the
additional 105,000 miles added to the 18 miles on it the day I drove it
The Y2K Grand Am GT1 starts it's life with us with 118
miles on its digital odometer. The first tune-up is due in 99,882
miles. Rachel... I hope that won't be next year!
other baby pictures:
1984 Dave in front of the Plymouth, Dean, and my 1970 Pontiac Le Mans
Click here to see the license plate on the Le mans
Click here to see the license plate on the Le mans in a mirror
1972 Olds 98 LS no pix
1962 Olds Starfire no pix
1971 - I wish I still had this '59 Caddy!
1964 Me in my 1955 Pontiac
The 1955 Pontiac and the 1955 Packard sans tires
My 1955 Packard Clipper
1961 Bob Mills and my 1955 Packard
1949 Ford Convertable no pix
1960 My pink 1951 Ford Victoria hard top and Cat.
1960 I traded the 1949 Studebaker in for this 1949 Chevrolet
1959 Donna, Doug, and Helen Houk. Doug bought this '49 Studebaker for $20. He gave it to me. My first car.