JUST CAME OUT OF CLIMATE CONTROLLED STORAGE, WHERE IT HAS BEEN FORGOTTEN SINCE THE EARLY 80's. ALL ORIGINAL #'s MATCHING 1973 BUCCANEER RED 455 PONTIAC TRANS AM. 37,000 ACTUAL MILES. (FEW LEFT IN THIS CONDITION!) we had to change all fluids, orig shocks, orig belts, and orig tires. has had brush touch ups. and a few areas have had spot painting done, the rest of the finish is original as are the decals. we will soon install new Exhaust.
Custom 1972 Pontiac Firebird - V8 sound!
Jamboolio records a fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird with the 350 cid
5.7L V8 engine and a stunning new paint job.
The monstrous hood scoops and huge air vents added to the all black
exterior makes it a very bad-ass looking muscle car beast! The Exhaust sound is pretty awesome too! Enjoy.
Location: 'Helsinki Cruising Night'
Helsinki, Finland 2013
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West Coast Auto Craft and Steve Bowers' 1970 1/2 Trans Am
This is our most recent completion. Steve Bowers' all original 1970 1/2
Trans Am. Such a cool car and such a cool guy. Exactly the kind of work we
love to do. Please check out our other videos and our website
1973 Pontiac Trans Am Red
Looks like it just came off the assembly line...underhood markings and all!
Great car, great condition! Probably the highlight of the second
generation of Firebirds!
455 c.i. was about as big as they made!
1973 Trans Am Pro Touring - Dyno/Tuning Session
One of our recent builds just finished getting Dynoed and Tuned at "The Shop"
in Lincoln, NE. This is a clients car from Colorado that has a Butler
Designed 455 engine that on the stand will produce around 700HP.
We have full DSE suspension in this car from front to Rear, with Wilwood
Brakes and Hydrotech Braking systems. A complete YearOne BRE rear speaker
Shelf with full Kicker Sound system. Ram Air Restorations 3.5" Dual
Spintech mufflers, and the new Dougs Headers.
On the MustangDyno this car was pulling just
shy of 500hp to the rear wheels and 650 HP to the flywheel (based on
current conditions, Hot & Humid).
1973 Pontiac Trans Am (SD 455)
The 1973 Pontiac Trans Am is the finest TransAm that Pontiac ever built.
The 1973 Trans Am is a Second Generation Firebird (2nd gen is from 1970 to
1981). Of the less than 5,000 that were built, the 455 SD (Super Duty) with
a 4-speed manual transmission is one of the rarest birds out there as only
72 were produced. This is the American muscle car dream!
1972 Pontiac Tran Am HO SOLD @ Eric's Muscle Cars
http://www.ericsmusclecars.com/car.php?car=423 is proud to offer 1 OF 458
PRODUCED PHS DOCUMENTED
NUMBERS MATCHING DRIVETRAIN
SERVICE REPLACEMENT BLOCK
M22 ROCK CRUSHER 4 SPEED (SERIAL # STAMP)
7F6 HEADS AND Exhaust MANIFOLD ON
ORIGINAL CARBURATOR AND INTAKE
ORIGINAL INTERIOR (EXCEPT CARPET)
Due to a 1972 UAW strike, at which GM was the target, Firebird and Trans Am
production was devastated. All told only 1286 Trans Ams were completed
V(828 automatics, & 458 4-speeds). At the plant, over 2,100 Firebird and Camaro models were in
various stages of assembly when the strike ended, but as these cars would
not meet the new 1973 Federal standards, these cars were all scrapped ! The
1972 Trans Am production would hold the distinction of being the second
lowest in history. A new cylinder head rested atop the 4-bolt block, this
had a new casting number of 7F6 and was only used in 1972 and had special
combustion chambers. The good part about these new heads is that they still
used the horsepower producing oval
ports and the accompanying large 2.11" intake and 1.77" inch Exhaust valves found in big inch Pontiac high
performance engines of the past. The 068 camshaft was back for another run
in the TA, and the lift remained at .408/.406 inches for intake and Exhaust. As in 1971, there was only one engine
available in the Trans Am and it was subject to same hand selection of
components in order to make the engines as close to the tolerances laid out
in the blueprints. This engine could be mated to a pair of transmissions,
the infamous "M22 Rock Crusher" Muncie 4-speed close ratio manual
transmission or the sturdy 3-speed turboHydramatic 400 automatic transmission. This
was the 1st year for the honey comb grille, and the last year of a
functional shaker hood. The colors once again remined limited to Cameo
White with blue stripes or Lucerne Blue topped with a white stripe. Lucerne
Blue would have it's swan song in 1972 as a blue would not return to the
Trans Am line up until 1974. The "racing' stripes that were first intoduced
in '69 also made their last appearance in 1972 and no Trans Am would be
striped as such until the 15th anniversary T/A in 1984.