The Frank and Trudy Johengen Pontiac Collection

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Side view of 1st day with "Miss Lilly" our 1973 Pontiac Grand Am.

It was 100 degrees outside when we loaded up  "Miss Lilly" our 1973 Pontiac Grand Am for her ride home with us.

Trudy with "Miss Lilly" the original owner of our Pontiac Grand Am that we named "Miss Lilly" in honor of the sweet original owner.

(Above and Below) Trudy and "Mrs Lilly Norman" the original owner of our Pontiac Grand Am that we named "Miss Lilly" in honor of the sweet 80 year old original owner. At the time we purchased "Miss Lilly", Mrs Norman's husband - Mr. Emmet Norman - told me that this was the 1st Grand Am ordered and delivered to the Atlanta, Georgia area, is all original (new In-Design Nose installed) with 87,000 miles on the 400 Pontiac - 400 Automatic 1973 Grand Am. The only item that had been changed was the flywheel due to a factory recall for stress cracking.

Upon our arrival home I discovered, amongst all of the original documentation, the original letter and envelope dated December 11, 1972 to Mr. Norman from the Atlanta Pontiac Motor Division General Motors Corporation Zone Office thanking him for selecting the 1973 Pontiac Grand Am. At that time, the Norman's lived in the Mableton, GA area. This Grand Am was ordered and delivered through Taber Pontiac, Atlanta, GA.

We drove 585 miles round-trip to Duncanville Texas to purchase this clean, rust free, never wrecked original 1973 Pontiac Grand Am. A few door dings, etc. are the only issues with this - until recently - daily driver of Mrs Normans'. She was happy to know that her Grand Am was going to be taken care of by people that appreciated her special car and it's history as much as she does. Trudy and I felt so good having met the whole family. Getting a hug of appreciation from Mrs. Lilly Norman meant as much to us as bringing her pride and joy Grand Am home with us! Fjj

"Miss Lilly" the original owner of our Pontiac Grand Am that we named "Miss Lilly" in honor of the sweet original owner.

It was 100 degrees outside when we loaded up  "Miss Lilly" our 1973 Pontiac Grand Am for her ride home with us - but it was well worth the effort; what a great Pontiac find!

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