Quick vid of my 1976 Trans Am -- Specs: 400 engine with headers, code 48 ram air 3 heads, edelbrock performer intake, quadrajet, hooker headers, centerforce clutch, super t10 transmission, 4.10 gears. Having some shifting trouble (the shift fork was hitting the headers LOL) but still squeaked out a respectable 12 second pass.
barn find 76 trans am
my buddy http://youtube.com/carphonix found this 76 trans am in some barn
or some junk so ima see bout harvesting the drive train out the bitch and
stab it in my van then we cheeched thanks for watching!
John Storie's 78 Trans Am drag racing at Greer S.C.
John Storie's 78 Trans Am, shakedown run at Greer Dragway, South Carlina.
Car is Sponsored by TransamPartsandMore.com. Attention Pontiac Fans, try to
overlook the Pro Car we were paired with. This is the first run on our
bracket motor, Pontiac 400, stock stroke, stock rods stock bore, no NOS.
More to come. Thanks to all our friends and family for the support. This
car was built in 6 weeks with the help of my friends at Mountain Automotive
and Performance, Swannanoa North Carolina. Special thanks to Garry Ramsey
and Brent Burnette. The Nitrous motor
will be ready soon, that is the 1/4 mile motor, and we are still looking
for sponsors, lord willing the car should run in the 9's on the 1/4 tracks.
Anyone interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks Again, John
1976 Trans Am with new exhaust
1976 Trans Am, 467ci engine, '71 #197 455 H.O. cylinder heads, Nunzi
email@example.com hydraulic flat-tappet camshaft, Torker 2 intake
manifold, and Holley 950 HP carburetor.
Exhaust system consists of
custom-fabricated tri-y style headers by Tom Hand, 3-inch Dr. Gas x-type
crossover, 2.5-inch Pypes crossflow tubing, custom stainless-steel muffler
designed by Tom Hand and built by Waldon Exhaust, Pypes stainless-steel splitters.
1976 Pontiac Trans Am with 455 testing out the new engine
In car video of a 1976 Pontiac Trans Am with a 455 in it. This has one of
the comp cams extreme 276 cams in it. Probably the most potent cam I have
used in any of my pontiac engines and still maintained excellent street
manners. Unfortunately, one of the rod bearings did not hold up as well.
The purpose of these runs was to try to get the car to blow up if it was
going to. It has a slight noise in it that I couldn't figure out. Wound up
being top rod bearing on number 7. Was torn down never to be assembled
again. Car was awesome though. Sold to Volo auto sales in Chicago. They
painted it and sold it as a 50th anniversary clone car for $20k more than
they paid me for it.