GM Muscle Car Acceleration & Burnouts Chevy Pontiac Cadillac
This video showcases both old and new GM Muscle cars accelerating and doing
burnouts as they leave the September Coffee & Cars car show in Oklahoma
City, OK. This OKC Coffee & Cars show featured dozens of amazing GM muscle
cars including Pontiac, Cadillac, Chevy and Oldsmobile from numerous eras.
Also at this month's Coffee and Cars show were tons of exotic cars, classic
muscle cars, antique cars and more! If you like this GM Muscle Cars
Acceleration & Burnouts video then make sure to give it a thumbs up and
post a comment below and say what you think! Check out my other videos for
additional coverage of this event.
69 GTO LS2 swap- start and drive
1969 pontiac GTO with a crate ls2/ 6 speed swap. the car is still a work in
progress as you can see. towards the end of the video, the shifter came
loose and hot trans fluid sprayed out all over my brother's legs in the
passenger seat haha.
check out ls1tech.com for lots of great info
1960 PONTIAC CATALINA CONVERTIBLE, AN ORIGINAL SURVIVOR
PONTIACS FOR 1960 WERE STILL " WIDE TRACK" BUT GONE ARE THE FINS OF THE
FIFTIES. THIS CONVERTIBLE IS ONE OF 17,172 CATALINA CONVERTIBLES PRODUCED
THIS YEAR. CATALINA MODELS ARE THE BOTTOM RUNG PONTIACS FOLLOWED BY
VENTURA, STAR CHIEF, AND AT THE TOP, BONNEVILLES. NOT SHOWN IN THIS VIDEO
IS THE 389 CID V8 ENGINE AVAILABLE FOR CATALINA WITH 283 BHP FOR AUTOMATICS
OR THE SAME ENGINE WITH 215 BHP FOR MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS. THE CATALINA
USED A 122 INCH WHEELBASE AND THE CONVERTIBLES WEIGHED 3,940 LBS. THE SRP
IS $ 3,078. THE INTERIOR OF THIS PONTIAC IS IN EXCELLENT SHAPE HOWEVER THE
EXTERIOR PAINT IS A LITTLE WORN AS YOU CAN TELL BY THE TRUNK LID WHERE SOME
RUST IS COMING THROUGH. AT ANY RATE YOU ARE LOOKING AT A RARE ORIGINAL
SURVIVOR AND I'M SURE NOT TO MANY 1960 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLES ARE AROUND TO
ATTEND CAR SHOWS. THANKS FOR VIEWING THIS 60,000 MILE ORIGINAL SURVIVOR
RatRodTV Episode 9 view at ratrodtv.com
The complete RatRod Magazine "Tour Rat" build from the the first cut to the
parade. Half hour special TV event. Guest host Laura Hallenberger.
Including a 1957 Oshkosh Cement truck build preview and Gary Johnson's 27