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October 10, 1995 - Image 12

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The Michigan Daily, 1995-10-10

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- The Michigan Daily - Tuesday, October 10, 1995

Your ---NEy
hasn't gone this far since you lived
with youT.

AM/FM stereo radio - standard?
heck yeah! (what's driving without
a little driving music?)
Clearcoat paint - paint you
can't see keeps the paint you
can see looking good (see?)

Fold-down rear seats - means
you can go places and take
lots of stuff with ya
5-speed transmission and tubular
rear axle with spring-over
shock sport suspension and
progressive ride tuning - is this
a real set of wheels
or what?

Your choice of a great-looking
coupe (shown), sporty four-door
sedan (not shown) or a hot new
convertible (hey, we told ya this
was a cool car)4
A HUGE glove box - some glove
boxes are merely mouse-sized;
this one holds a whole laptop

100,000-mile spark plugs *
- we're talking a long-term
relationship here

Dual air bags and anti-lock
brakes - two things you don't
need until you really need 'em
(and always wear those safety
belts, even with air bags)

High-rewing, 120-horsepower,
fuel-injected engine (hey, this car's
for driving, not just looking at)

Single-key locking - one key
locks & unlocks doors, trunk
and all the fun of Sunfire
Oh, Courtesy Transportation -
that's part of PONTIAC CARES
too (see? we really do care)

Daytime running lamps in '96
- they're a safety feature, but
hey, they look good too
PASSLock"' theft-deterrent
system - means you might save
some $$$ on insurance (!)

800 number, get free Roadside
Assistance - for flat tires, dead
battery, even if you run out of
gas or lock yourself out
(Pontiac' wants to see you and
your Sunfire* out driving)

VP O N T 1 A C

Finally, a real set of wheels you can really afford.
*R~.mM int'nn nmwe. ee wnear's Mannl for imitlions. 01995 GM Corn All rights reserved,

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