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Poll results: 1963 Dodge or Pontiac?
Voter(s): 22
Poll is closed Sep 26, 2022
'63 Dodge  -  votes: 1 / 4.5%
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'63 Pontiac  -  votes: 21 / 95.5%
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Poll; Which '63? (9/12/2022)

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John Bono
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'63 Dodge or Pontiac?

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If selection is greater than 2 rank them.

 

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1963 Dodge 880 Custom Convertible 1a
1963 Pontiac Bonneville Convertible 1a

John Bono
North Jersey


   
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Moe Parr
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I'm proud of you, John, for remembering that Dodge made the full-sized Custom 880! And as much as I love that Mopar, I still vote for that coke-bottle shaped '63 Pontiac!

Barry Levittan
Long Island, NY


   
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John Bono
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Posted by: @moe-parr

I'm proud of you, John, for remembering that Dodge made the full-sized Custom 880! And as much as I love that Mopar, I still vote for that coke-bottle shaped '63 Pontiac!

Now who said you can't teach an old dog or old man new tricks? LOL

John Bono
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Brush
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As much as I like Dodge, I love the Pontiac full size '61 to the '64.


   
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George Schire
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Seriously?  This "Which One?" could well be the perfect example of "comparing apples to oranges".  Simply said, this isn't even a contest.  The PONTIAC had style and beauty over the bland and very plain Dodge.  

George Schire
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David Green
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I love the clean smooth lines of the Dodge 880. Despite that, I have to go with the Bonneville.


   
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Frank Reed
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Pontiac without a doubt.

Frank Reed
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Jack Dodds
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It's Pontiac by a country mile this time.  I LOVE the '63 Poncho and find the Dodge rather sedate looking by comparison.


   
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Pontiac for me too ! 

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Ed Glorius
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Posted by: @jack-dodds

It's Pontiac by a country mile this time.  I LOVE the '63 Poncho...

I came here to post the exact same thing.

Retired in Dunedin, Florida.


   
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John Napoli
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As much as I love Mopars.  The vote on this pair go to the Pontiac!


   
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John Bono
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Posted by: @georgeschire

Seriously?  This "Which One?" could well be the perfect example of "comparing apples to oranges".  Simply said, this isn't even a contest.  The PONTIAC had style and beauty over the bland and very plain Dodge.  

Easy friend...may be time to switch to decafe.

John Bono
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John Bono
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Another vote for the Pontiac.

BTW "The Dodge Custom 880 is an automobile that was marketed by Dodge from 1962 through the end of the 1965 model year. It was to fill Dodge's product offer in the mid-price full-size market segment, as well as to help fill the void in Chrysler's lineup left by the discontinuation of DeSoto in 1961".

 

John Bono
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Bob Jackman
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@david-green  David you said it well.


   
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