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I just acquired an '08 LT for my grandson for school. You will find the Cobalt to be a LOT less trouble than a Firebird. Since we all have Firebird scars, I am currently fixing up a 1995 Formula. I am about ready to set it on fire and walk away.
 

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Well, I was stationed in Bavaria (Nurnburg/Furth) back in the early 70's. Nice country, friendly people. Octoberfest in Munich is something everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. I agree the old cars are simple machines and easy to work on. After 25 years of fun I just gave up on the second gen Firebirds and sold all my parts. I still have a 1968 Firebird convertible and that will be my last project. Right now it has a 455 and Super T-10 four speed. A '68 OHC-6 hardtop bird was my first Pontiac and I still miss it. Even though the new cars are very difficult to get at things- they don't go bad as often as the old cars did. Ignition and injection systems are just dead nuts dependable nowadays.
 
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