JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Generations of Pontiacs were on display Saturday at River City Marketplace.
The Dixie Chapter Pontiac Club held its Bring On the Spring Car Show.
GTOs, Tempests, Fieros and many others were represented. There was even a brand new Trans Am.
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It's the work of Dealer Vehicle Accessories (DVA), a Jacksonville company that specializes in customizing vehicles. They take Camaros and transform them into Trans Ams, swapping in new grilles, tail lights, wheels and other carefully chosen accessories.
You'll notice factory style Pontiac and Trans Am logos and lettering in some of the photos.
If you're wondering whether GM allows that, well where there's a will there's a way. Cary Laurenson of DVA says the final lettering is given to customers. If they apply them after the sale, hey, it's private property at that point.
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