72 Pontiac LeMans

My brother and sister inlaw making the video for me This is still a work in progress. I still need to do the dash cover and front, i need to install a different fuel pump (the one i have now is way too loud), need to fit a rear valance, adjust the Exhaust tips, get bigger wheels ang install posi traction. ...i think thats all. I took out the original engine and installed a 406 chevy small block with 460HP with an R6 tranny. New carpet and re-upholstered leather seats and Installed new gauges http://www.egauges.com/vdo_ind.asp?Type=3_G_Sp_Ta_Q&Series=AT_SLC&PN=AT53SLC

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