Kentucky Currently, seven 1988 Formulas and one 1988 Coupe. Soon to be down one.
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Some I have seen around- White Formula White 84 Bumper Black Notchie Red Notchie All black GT 2 old indys parked out front of a service staion. Maroon notchie Purple notchie White 88 GT Red 88GT Silver 85 GT Silver SE Red 3800SE GT -Forum member Blue GT- forum member
Scored the 88 T-top from a kid in my town that using it to haul firewood in the trunk! Said he was going to drive it till i quit then junk it. I damn near broke his arm getting the keys from him. Traded a great Ford Explorer for it. When I got it home I found the front space was also full of firewood. The front bumper cover is torn and the right front spindle was bent, he showed me the wheel he took off, not sure how it held air. I found pounds of receipts under the driver's seat for new clutch, flywheel and throwout. (Previous owner died, this kid bought it from the guy's Mom for $200 because of the front end damage) Rebuilt 3.4 with a Crower cam in it, ported exhaust manifolds, poly dogbone, full poly suspension (front and rear), full option package except rear defrost. Air conditioner blows ice cold, found a switch that said Green and Blue. Turned it on and found a faint neon glow coming from under the car. This before I had ever been underneath. White face guages, tach arrn feel off, wobbly steering column, dash guage pod almost fell off and the extra short shifter on the Getrag didn't have a shift knob. (No idea how he shifted, when I asked him later he said he wrapped a t-shirt around it but he kept the t-shirt) I found receipts for $1490 worth of new internals for the Getrag. Passenger seat was missing, you guessed it, he took it out to hold more firewood..... According to the T-top registry this was number 336 of 1252 installed by Cars & Concepts on 3-8-88 and the Dealer was John Link Pontiac. New windshield, intermittent wiper motor, all air conditioner components replaced with 134 new stuff. Left in the car was an equalizer in the center console vent outlet and no radio. No broken plastic on the console and $11.56 in change under the seat and in the console area. I didn't need headlights the first time I drove it, I was smiling so hard! Feels just like I won the lottery. If any of you knew the owner that died (sometime in August 2007) please let me know. His name was Dee E. Hickman and he lived in Oak Harbor, WA and Lomita, CA according to the documents found in the car.