what do the letter on the hood emblem and quarter windows stand for on the 1976 pontiac grand le mans?

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Asked by Aug 26, 2014 at 06:39 PM about the 1976 Pontiac Le Mans

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Huh..never seen that but maybe somebody will know

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76,455

General motor,s did this to be in the emblem,meaning,(General Motor Le man,s)

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76,455

They followed this GMC.

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Being pontiac is sorta of brand in it,s own,they wanted to be wreckonized.

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I knew it TST, you would come along and solve this

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If you loOk at it you would almost mistake it for GMC. : )

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It is the correct monogram for the name "Grand Le Mans", in the tradition of monograms. Why is it "GML" then, you ask, and not "GLM"? M is the "last name" so it goes large, in the middle. "Grand" and "Le" are the first and middle names, so they go small to the left and right. Its silly, but hey, it was the 70's.

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