Custom 1972 Pontiac Firebird - V8 sound!
Jamboolio records a fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird with an 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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67 Pontiac Firebird. Out for a drive. On the drive. --- 326 V8 Engine TCI TH350 MagnaFlow Sound
Visit my website http://www.firebird67.com
This is a video of my car driving backwards and forwards in my drive. Don't
expect too much. This is the first time the car has been properly
'driveable'. The brakes and steering work. The transmission and torque
converter have been recently replaced and is a TCI TH350. Other bits of
interest... the engine is a relatively stock Pontiac 326 V8 bored out +40.
Stock rebuilt heads from Butler. Pertronix distributor and coil. The Exhaust is MagnaFlow and the headers are
Doug's. The carb is a rebuilt QuadraJet.
Recorded on an iPhone.
1969 Camaro Restoration, Start to finish
This is the car I restored as a gift for my Dad, it is his dream car he
wanted ever since he was younger. It was done to show all the appreciation
that my brother and I had for everything they had taught and given us as we
grew up Please watch the other clips as well and let me know what you
think? And remember ANYTHING is possible!
1986 Pontiac Firebird - DAVID HASSELHOFF with KITT from Knight Rider
Christopher Rutkowski takes a journey with KiTT as he learns from Jennifer
Catano what Knight Rider is all about. Michael Knight himself, DAVID
HASSELHOFF, takes us for a ride and tells us why KITT existed and how
important his old buddy is to fans.
We're teaming up with KNIGHTRIDERHEROES.com to bring you this special
episode. Be sure to check out knight rider heroes as there will be some
very special information and an announcement soon, and you know
theAFICIONAUTO is going to be a part of it!
Watch this very special episode of theAFICIONAUTO as we explore one of the
most famous movie/tv cars ever built.
Sound Design and mix: TJ Jacques
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1967 67 Pontiac Firebird -- 326 V8 Engine Running MagnaFlow Exhaust Sound
Gets good around 00:50... See my website (http://www.firebird67.com) for
current restoration progress.
So, the engine is a rebuilt 326 V8, the headers are Doug's Headers
(Pertronix), and the Exhaust system is
MagnaFlow: dual pipes to a X-pipe then into dual mufflers.
It is running incredibly rich. It has guzzled 10L of petrol and travelled
not even a fraction of an inch. The insides of the Exhaust pipes are already black, and the spark
plugs are covered. But, no point in calibrating this carburetor, I have
just rebuilt a QuadraJet to put on very soon...
1968 Pontiac Firebird vs 2010 Lingenfelter Trans Am - Generation Gap: Firebirds
Cast your vote here:
In this episode of Generation Gap the guys compare Firebirds: old vs. new.
Davin brought a classic 1968 Pontiac Firebird equipped with a 350-CID V-8
boasting 320 hp. Matt, on the other hand, had a bit of a trick up his
sleeve bringing a 2010 Lingenfelter Performance Engineering Trans Am
modified to the nines to look and perform like a modern Firebird. Its 455
CID and 655 hp are some impressive numbers, but how will it be on the road?
Generation Gap appears every other Tuesday on the Motor Trend youtube
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