1968 firebird dyno, IN FRAME TUNING / TEM MACHINE

Robert Diehl's 1968 Pontiac Firebird 548" BBC Dyno and tune by PERFORMANCE IN-FRAME TUNING Engine modified and also tuned by TEM MACHINE Napa, CA Video recorded and edited by Dan Bordeau.

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