Just in is this remarkably solid 1967 Pontiac lemans 2DR Sedan with a very nice 3 year old paint job laid out over a very straight body and solid undercarriage. This car is powered bye which appears to be its original 250 HP 326 with a new edelbrock 4bb carburetor and intake. It has new dual Exhaust, 350 turbo transmission, power steering, power brakes, and new tires with pacer chrome rims. This is a beautiful car that runs and drives just as nice as it looks. It goes down the road straight with a great sounding engine, smooth shifting transmission, and a good ride and stance. The Floors, frame, and trunk floor are also very solid and nice. The black vinyl top is in great condition, the main down fall in this car is that the front bucket seats, headliner, and arm rest need to be replaced on the interior. After you do a little interior work this car will be ready to cruise to you next classic car show or just simply drive and enjoy!
1967 Pontiac GTO STK # 1238
In 1967 Pontiac put the GTO on to the streets with a 400ci V8. This
number matching engine still puts the power to the rear wheels via a
dual gate automatic shifter. The original color still resides on the
car even though it did have a lacquer paint job nearly 20 years ago.
The original factory paint is still in the engine bay and trunk with
the original paint markings on the fire wall and stamps on the front
fenders. Tracked down through six owners to the original with copies of
all titles and showing this GTO spent its entire life in North
Carolina. Inside is AC, black vinyl interior and AM/FM radio. Sitting
on rally wheels with bias ply red line tires controlled by power
steering and power brakes. This survivor GTO is stunning and has
documentation to back up its authenticity. For more information or to
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1967 GTO Kanata Cruise July 24
A very fine example of a '67 GTO, 461 stroker (400), four speed car with
American Racing wheels and 3" Exhaust
all the way back. Built by Dave Stoddard in Ottawa.
69 camaro red.mpg
Just in is this Gorgeous 1969 Camaro equipped with SS trim,
power steering, power brakes, headers, magna flow dual Exhaust, Chevy am fm cassette, rally wheels,
full console with horse shoe shifter, and BF Goodrich RWL tires. This red
Camaro is powered by a
great running 350 4bb V8, 350 automatic 3 speed transmission, and a 10 bolt
rear end. This car was restored to show quality about 5 years ago and
still looks almost perfect today. The only flaws I can see is that it had
new front floor pans put in at one time, and it has some very small
blisters on the rear deck pan in front of the trunk lid. This car appears
lasers straight with a beautiful polished paint job thru ought. The
undercarriage is also very solid with all new interior, chrome, suspension,
and much much more. This is a car you can jump right in and drive to your
next classic car show and be real proud of!
Tony Bromley's 400 to 460 stroke Pontiac Dyno Pull | QMP Racing
550 torque @ 5800rpm
535hp @ 4000rpm
For those of you paying attention and noticed the numbers aren't the same
on the screenshot, its because we made another few runs, but didn't tape
them. We'll upload a pic soon.
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1965 Pontiac Lemans GTO Tribute For Sale
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The previous owner of this beautiful GTO Tribute owned the car for 8 years.
He bought the car one year after it was restored. This Lemans was from
California and has many upgrades, which make for a smooth and well handling
Power Glide Transmission
Edelbrock Performer Pontiac Intake
Power Front Disc Brakes from In-Line Tube
Brand New Brake Booster and Master
New Quick Ratio Steering Box
Dual Exhaust System with GlassPack
Chrome Oil Pan
New Fuel Pump
New Brake Lines, Front to Back
Chrome Valve Covers and Air Cleaner
Radiator is in Great Shape
Hotchkis Front and Rear Sway Bars
Trailing Arms and Springs
Edelbrock Performer Shocks
Nicely Painted Gas Tank
Professionally Painted Light Blue Metallic in 2005
Stainless Trim is Beautiful
Chrome Bumpers are in Excellent Shape
Doors Fit and Operate Properly
Door Lips and Jambs are Clean and Solid
Great Looking Emblems
Solid and Straight Quarters
Wheel Wells are Solid
Clean Trunk with Splatter Paint and Spare Tire
Frame and Floorboards are Clean and Solid
Nicely Painted Undercarriage
Rockers are in Excellent Condition
BF Goodrich Radial T/A Tires -- 235/60/15 Front, 245/60/15 Rear
Pontiac Rally Wheels
Interior was Done in 2006
New Parchment Colored Bucket Seats
New Center Console
Secret Radio with Remote Preserves Vintage Look
Speakers Mounted in Package Tray
Small Sub Woofer and CD Changer in Trunk
Wood Steering Wheel
Wood Grain Detail on Dash
New Dash Pad
New Door Skins
New Black Carpet
Seatbelts Front and Back
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1956 Pontiac Star Chief Low Mileage Survivor 317 V8 - Gateway Classic Cars
I thought you'd like a look at this very original 1956 Pontiac Star Chief.
This amazing survivor has only 74,xxx original miles on the odometer. It's
powered by the factory 317 V8, backed by an automatic trans. It has all
original interior and even the factory Air Conditioning. You won't find
too many out there like this anymore. It has a cool patina to it, that can
only be built up over decades of use. If it were me, I would leave this
car as it is and just have fun cruising it. I hope you find it
interesting....thanks for watching!
Filmed at Gateway Classic Cars near St Louis, MO
The first background track used in this video was Open Road by Jason Shaw.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
The background music track is Whiskey on the Mississippi by Kevin MacLeod.
Available under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported license.
Instruments: Guitar, Bass, Kit, Organ, EP
With a jumping bass and off-beat syncopation, this is straight from
Memphis' Beale Street. The Hammond organ and electric guitar play together
as longtime friends, while the melody changes hands from guitar to organ to
electric piano. 011
Bouncy, Grooving 2010
Pontiac Banshee A Longer Look
The Banshee was a vision for what the Firebird could become. Of course,
this concept car could never be built exactly, too low on the road and it
wouldn't pass the safety and crash tests, but it was exciting. It
demonstrated that the problem with GM cars didn't sit on the designers'
shoulders. They were more than capable of dreaming up engaging and fun
vehicles that would set imaginations on fire.
"Ride Pontiac Ride" 1988 Advertising Promo (FULL VERSION)
Ripped from the "30 Millionth Pontiac Wentzville Assembly GM Bonneville
SSEi UAW 2250" page on Facebook; all credit for finding and researching
this gem goes to them. I'm upping it here in hopes that someone is able to
eventually remaster the audio for better clarity.
The original description on their page is as follows:
There are other versions of the 1988 Ride Pontiac Ride extended commercial
similar to this on youtube and testdrivejunkie, but I have not come across
the complete 2:32 version like this one.
For the 1988 model year, Pontiac unveiled one of the strongest line-ups it
had offered in many years. Finally almost every model was aligned with the
Pontiac image as documented in the image statement (see post -
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=179043175453938&l=cb4447b618 ). The
Fiero suspension had been re-designed, the new FWD Grand Prix was about to
be selected Motor Trend Car of the Year, the new Bonneville SSE was
introduced, and I could go on and on.
Pontiac knew this was the right time to invest in a significant new
marketing promotion, so the folks over at the Pontiac advertising agency,
D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan came up with
the "Ride Pontiac Ride" campaign. Art Director Mark Zapico working under
Executive Creative Director Steve Kopcha and Creative Director Noel Nauber,
decided they needed an original theme song for the Pontiac commercials. The
song was composed by songwriter Mark Vieha who was co-partner along with
Jay Kennedy in the Studio City California based music house, LA-NY Music.
Vieha and Kennedy are also known for the Taco Bell theme song, "make a run
for the border" and Vieha also composed original music for movie
soundtracks. For the jingle "get on your Pontiac and ride" Vieha recalled
he was at a barbecue and just started humming the song.
This extended commercial was a signifant piece in the Ride Pontiac Ride
campaign. Many of the scenes, like of the band performing and people
interacting with Pontiac cars as the backdrop, were shot in and around
Toronto Canada for about a month in the fall of 1987, by Director Bob
Canning who was a Canadian and Director of Photography Oliver Wood. Other
DMB & B folks that might have been involved are Don Massey who worked with
Noel Nauber, Bruce Duffey and Rob Torz.
The lead singer of the scenes that appear in this commercial of the band
performing is Mark Campbell and the female lead is Canadian singer Alannah
Myles. The campaign was a huge success. Dealers included the phrase "ride
Pontiac ride" in their newspaper and print media advertisements.
The campaign not only caught the attention of the car buying public, it
also invigorated the dealers and motivated the entire Pontiac Division and
propelled Pontiac to 1988 US annual model year sales of 740,928 vehicles
which was good enough for 3rd place and represented 7.1% of the US market
and accounted for 20% of GM sales.The last time Pontiac had been in 3rd
place was 1973. The success of the campaign continue for annual model year
1989 with US sales of 734,658 vehicles which was again good enough for 3rd
place and represented 7.2% of the US market.
Note: the annual model year is the 12 month period from October 1 to
September 30 so it generally reflects current model year sales but includes
a bit of the prior model year that sell late and a bit of the next model
year that sell early and excludes the current model year that sells late.
Pontiac Lemans 1967 400
New Build 400 Pontiac Engine from a 68 Pontiac Granprix.
Bored to 406.
New steel valves 2.11 1.77.
Ported 15 heads.
oil pan with a splash plate
Stock Rochester qudrajet is going to be renovated and
tuned in to fit the engine. Its not working quit right now.
New Build Th 350 shifkit and strengthened
Engine builder Janne Eneroth Örnsköldsvik