Pontiac 455 duet
The LeMans (on the left) has a mild, non-rebuilt 455 with ported & polished
6X heads, c. 9:1 compression, Edelbrock Performer intake, Holley 800 Street
Avenger, Comp XE274 cam, making maybe 300-350 horsepower. The Grand Am
(right) has a .030 over 455 with Edelbrock heads (87 cc chambers), 10:1
compression, same Comp cam but with 1:65 roller rockers, slightly better Exhaust (H-pipe), Edelbrock Performer RPM
intake and Edelbrock 750 carb. About 500 horsepower at the flywheel.
The heads make all the difference. The Grand Am has the Flowmaster American
Thunder Exhaust system, which has the
50-series mufflers. LeMans has a Summit Exhaust system, which was cheap and went on nice
1974 PONTIAC GTO - A SHADOW OF IT'S FORMER SELF
So this is what the GTO had become by '74. Not even close to those
glorious and super high powered GTO's of days gone by. But very simliar to
the compact Pontiac Ventura and the Chevy Nova, sharing the wheelbase,
frame, and body of both. Only 7,058 of the GTO were made this year making
this a very rare car indeed. The "upgrade" to a GTO cost $195.00 but you
got a hood scoop, distinctive grille AND a 350 cid V8 engine that cranked
out 165 horses. So, maybe it's a miniature muscle car. You can still see
Pontiac quality in this GTO from front to back. The decals are still
perfect. The interior flawless as well as the paint. You can eat off the
engine block. What you have here is a perfect original survivor that has a
character of cuteness about it. Would I like to own this? You bet. It's
still a winner. Thanks very much for viewing this rare and perfect 1974
Me and my dad were at a car show (my dad has a 1964 gto-hardtop) and there
was a 1974 drag racing gto-tht thing was mean!!
1973 PONTIAC LEMANS ON CHASSIS DYNO
HERE ARE A COUPLE OF PULLS ON THE CHASSIS Dyno. IT WAS LATER DISCOVERED
THAT WHEN THE CAR JUMPED THE ROLLERS IT BENT THE DRIVESHAFT. JUST ANOTHER
PART BROKEN TO ADD TO THE SCRAP PILE.
132674 / 1973 Pontiac Grand Am
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This restored to original 1973 Pontiac Grand Am has won multiple national
awards and been featured on the cover of High Performance Pontiac magazine.
It is probably the best 1973 Grand Am in the world and is one of the most
unique and interesting Pontiacs in the classic car hobby.
Recently frame-off restored, this solid and surprisingly complete first
year Grand Am was originally delivered to Friend Pontiac in Beaver
Pennsylvania. Its European inspired design translates well in correct GM
code 74 Florentine Red on top of bodywork that displays no signs of major
repairs and was undoubtedly very straight before the restoration started.
If you check out the photos closely, you can sight down the cars curvy
flanks and see that there are no ripples in the sheetmetal and panel
alignment is spot-on thanks to factory correct gaps and the 100% original
Pop this cars beaked hood and you'll find an original 400 cubic inch L65
engine that hasn't been torn apart since it left GM's Pontiac Michigan
plant almost 40 years ago. It's an extremely strong running engine which
idles so smoothly and drives so well that the previous owner decided to err
on the side of authenticity and leave it untouched. At the top of the
engine, a satin black air cleaner displays a correct "400-2" decal and
sends air into a correct 2 barrel carburetor that is fed through a correct
AC fuel filter. Below the carburetor, Pontiac's tried and true 400 wears
correct blue paint from its valve covers to its oil pan and displays
correct reproduction decals and chalk marks. On the right side of the
engine, the cars custom Harrison air conditioning system has been restored
to its proper state and includes a correct Frigidaire compressor, and on
the left side of the engine you'll find a fresh brake Booster and master cylinder.
Behind the big 6.5 liter engine you'll find an original turbo-Hydramatic 400 3-speed transmission that
sends power to a Safe-T-Track Posi-traction rear end with comfortable 3.23
gears. Holding that smooth drivetrain off the ground is an optional special
suspension with the firm ride option which includes computer selected
springs, firmer shocks, taller front spindles that were borrowed from the
F-body, and 1.125 front and .94 rear stabilizer bars. On top of that
serious handling hardware is a variable ratio power steering system that
has good feel and GM's standard power front disc and rear drum braking
system. The cars passive stock Exhaust
has been upgraded to a welded aluminized true dual system that features an
H-pipe and two chamber Flowmaster mufflers. The suspension, steering and
brakes have all been properly maintained and the chassis looks
exceptionally clean given the age and authenticity of the car. At the
corners, great looking 15 inch Pontiac snow flake wheels wear 225/70
Goodyear Eagle GT IIs. However, if you're more of a traditionalist, the
cars original finned hubcaps are included with the sale.
Inside this Pontiac, high style is the name of the game. The original
Oxblood vinyl interior is 100% intact and in spectacular condition with
rich looking Morrokide buckets that include both reclining backs and twist
adjustable lumbar support. The beautifully detailed dashboard houses a
great looking African Crossfire Mahogany gauge pod that contrasts well
against the cars highly detailed gauges and chrome trimmed air vents. At
the center of the dash, controls for the cars custom HVAC system and an
original Stereo Eight 8-track player sit above a pristine console that is
slightly canted toward the driver. At the sides of the seats, the nicely
preserved padded door panels include chrome handles for the doors and
windows next to upscale angled pull straps. The steering wheel is the cars
original optional sport wheel that features bight satin aluminum spokes and
a factory fresh Pontiac branded horn button. The original nylon blend loop
carpet looks great under heavy duty rubber floor mats, and the burgundy
headliner is exceptionally nice with no glaring issues or signs of age.
With the luxury and flair of a European sports sedan and the style and
grunt of a fire breathing American muscle car, this is one old Pontiac that
has personality by the buckets.
1977 PONTIAC LEMANS SPORT CAN AM - RARE MUSCLE CAR
THIS IS NO ORDINARY LEMANS. THIS EXAMPLE IS 1 OF 1,377. WHAT MAKES THIS
LEMANS DIFFERENT? THIS LIMITED EDITION COMES EQUIPPED WITH A 400 CID, 4
BARREL V8 - A turbo 400 AT THAT. ALSO
EQUIPPED WITH AN AUTOMATIC TRANNY, POWER STEERING, POWER DISC BRAKES
FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING, AM/FM RADIO, TILT STEERING WHEEL, CRUISE
CONTROL, BUCKET SEATS WITH A CONSOLE BETWEEN, SEAT BELTS, DUAL SPORT
MIRRORS, SHAKER HOOD, SEAT BELTS, DUAL Exhaust, AND A TEN BOLT REAR WITH 3.08 LIMITED
SLIP, SPOILER AND LOUVERS, PONTIAC RALLY II WHEELS WITH RADIAL TIRES
MOUNTED ON THEM. PLUS EXCLUSIVE GRAPHICS AND BADGING. PONTIAC PROBABLY
CREATED THIS LIMITED EDITION TRANS AM TO CREATE YET ANOTHER NICHE MARKET.
THIS LOW MILEAGE ONE OF A KIND PONTIAC HAS JUST UNDER 12,000 MILES ON IT'S
CLOCK. THIS CAR IS A BRILLIANT AND SPECTACULAR EXAMPLE OF WHEN PONTIAC WAS
KING OF THE ROAD. THANKS VERY MUCH FOR VIEWING THIS RARE PONTIAC MUSCLE
1973 Trans-Am SD BARN FIND
**UPDATE** This car has been sold and shipped to its new owner in June
2010. We were sad to see it go, but had fun watching everyones comments
about this car. We sold it in the same condition, having only detailed the
We recently acquired this RARE (1 of 252, or 1 of 180 if you compare with
automatics) 1973 SUPER DUTY with only 49,000. This is the car exactly as we
found it...another video will be coming soon
1973 Chevy Cheyenne Pickup For Sale!
This Truck is gorgeous! It has an original 21,000 miles and looks like it
has 21 miles! The big block 454 is the original numbers matching engine.
She also has original power windows and locks and factory Rally Wheels w.
Redline Tires, and Factory AC! This Truck is Sweet!
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Muscle Cars: Documental (Parte 2 de 5)
Documental de 44 minutos que nos acerca a conocer el mundo de los Muscle
Cars americanos: coches de gran potencia y deportividad, relativamente
baratos, fabricados en su mayoria entre principios de los 60 y principios
de los 70. Con la crisis del petroleo del 73 comenzo su decadencia. Fue
emitido por el programa "Maravillas Modernas" del Canal de Historia. Lo he
subido en 5 partes.