Agreed. Especially when I get bitched at by the so-called administrator when I suggest that he needs to do a better job of policing this site. Obviously he either doesn't care or just doesn't have the time for it. Either way, what's the point?
1983 Chevrolet El Camino Conquista (Daily Driver)
2005 Pontiac GTO (My Car)
2010 Kia Rio LX (Wife's Daily Driver)
2010 Mercedes Benz C300 AMG Sportline (Wife's car)
Newagegto.com is the premier Pontiac GTO Forum on the internet.
(Not sure if that was ever really true...but what a joke now!)
I spent about an hour a few days ago cleaning up spam threads only to see the same spam crap back literally minutes after I was done. At any time there is 1 member on the site there are literally 25 plus spambots/spammers here as well. Its a joke. I'm not putting in one more second of work. Its a shame but the site is dead due to neglect by ownership, and that neglect has lost membership. Sponsors are basically wasting their money here, a shame really. An ignoble prolonged death for a once proud site, and truly the 1st new GTO forum. At least one person (you) understand what has befallen this site. Good luck to you.
2004 GTO: IBM/Blue A4 (1 of 369)
K&N CAI, JBA shorty headers & catted mids, SLP LM1, Pred. tuner, ported stock TB and MAF ends, Derale trans pan cooler, 180 Tstat, TB coolant bypass, Hankook Ventus V12's, King 0" drop rear springs, drag bags, Monroe Sensa-Trac rear shocks, SLP rear sway bar w/ end link bushings, Lovell's RR bushings, BMR skidplate, tow brace delete kit, DEPO black tail lamps, SCSS pod w/Aeroforce gauge
Last edited by Orbit Orange; 03-16-2012 at 10:53 PM.
I've been since the beginning. Sad day The other GTO Forum has become a place where guys post about how they screwed up their car in the process of modifying it to go faster. Sometimes it is some funny stuff.
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