1980 ProTouring Dragon TA - RAMC & Mike Lavallee Killer Paint
This is a 1980 ProTouring Trans Am we are just finishing for a client overseas. It has custom artwork done by Mike Lavallee of Killer Paint, with a Flaming Dragon - All restoration work and build performed by Restore a Muscle Car. www.RESTOREaMUSCLECAR.com
Full Detroit Speed Suspension, Baer Brakes, Mini-Tub, BF Goodrich KDW2 tires, with Year One BRE 18" Billet Snowflakes, Cerrulo Leather Seats, BB 535cu engines pushing over 600+ HP on pump gas and Super Street Fighter turbo 400 with 12 Bolt narrowed rear end with Moser Axles.
Detroit Speed, Inc. - S.W.'s 1973 Trans Am Project Recap
Check out Detroit Speed's newest video, S.W.'s 1973 Trans Am project recap.
From original vehicle images through the entire build process you'll see
the steps it took to go from a shell of a Trans Am all the way through the
unveiling at the 2011 SEMA show.
Trans Am Getting Loose
Fuel Injection Cammed Small Block With Procharger Supercharger
3500-3800 RPM Stall
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Overseas Trans Ams - Restore a Muscle Car & Mike Lavallee
These are two Pro-touring 80 Trans Ams we just finished for two brothers
overseas. They both have 650+ HP engines in them, automatic trans, full
DSE suspension with mini tubs in the rear, 4-link system and tubular upper
and lower control arms in the front.
The black "Dragon TA" has a custom flaming dragon that Mike Lavallee from
Killer Paint, applied to the car here at our shop in Nebraska. Along with
flaming accents to the lettering, and misc. areas on the car.
The white TA has a custom decal scheme that Phoenix Graphix helped us
implement on an extreme bright white finish.
Both cars received full leather interior with suede inserts and custom made
billet Year One snowflake wheels (12" width on the rear).
Check out the full details on these builds on our website,
www.RESTOREaMUSCLECAR.com in our Restoration section! Specializing in
classic muscle restoration from stock to full custom!
Bill Goldberg, Famous WWE Wrester - shows off his WIFE'S Pro-Touring Trans Am
From the Tremec T56 Magnum handling the shifting to the Hendricks
Motorsports LS7 under the hood, this Trans Am owned by former pro wrestler
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1970 Pontiac Trans Am "Splitter" Part 2 - Suspension V8TV
http://www.v8tvshow.com - The transformation of Project Splitter begins
with a quick mini-tub job to gain clearance for the larger rear tires,
followed by a major overhaul of the front suspension. Splitter now sits
on Global West tubular upper and lower control arms, QA1 coil-over shocks
and springs, Baer brakes, CCW Wheels, and Toyo Tires.
1978 Trans am Pro Touring.
Turn up the sound!! FOR SALE 78 Trans am Pro Touring car, 455cid 500 HP, 4
Wheel disk Breaks, 18" Wheels, Suspension upgrades, White Pearl paint,
Alpine sound system. Power windows, air condition, power locks, tilt wheel,
Year One door panels!!
1979 Trans Am Pro Touring FOR SALE
No expense spared build, professionally built 6.6 litre 400cid V-8 @ est.
400hp, freshly built auto trans, Posi-traction rear, mirror finish Mayan
red paint w/ fresh callouts, beautiful black bucket seat interior, brand
new A/C and Heat, full factory gauges, new custom 17" Snowflake wheels w/
hi-speed radials, Hooker jet hot coated Exhaust w/ polished Borla mufflers, electrically
operated Exhaust cut-outs, concealed
flip down front tag bracket, professionally lowered, fully adjustable coil
over suspension, power disc brakes w/ cross drilled rotors, mega watt
Kenwood digital sound system w/ Eclipse crossovers and Eclipse speakers,
painted engine compartment, hidden wires, front & rear spoilers, beautiful
Ed Hubbs of Full Blown Kustoms paints the infamous "Hell Camino", this car
is a frequent visitor to many prestigious car shows.
How to paint your car with Rustoleum. The right way.
I've been asked to make this vid a million times. So here it is.
This is a how-to regarding the 'Rustoleum technique'. I go over everything
from mixing the paint to applying a clear coat. It takes a lot of blood,
sweat, and tears, but if you have the determination, you can get great
Sorry about the repetitive audio. Youtube muted my original audio so I had
to change it quick.
79 Special Edition TA - Pushing 520+ HP Smokey & The Bandit
FOR SALE - Here is the 1979 Special Edition Smokey and the Bandit Trans Am
that Restore a Muscle Car restored in 2006 for Craig B. of Nebraska. It
was featured in High Performance Pontiac's June 2007 issue. Took 1st Place
in the 2007 Trans Am Nationals SE Modified Class & 1st Place at World of
Wheels in Omaha, NE. Enjoy! There are lots of pictures of the restoration
on our website and details, www.restoreamusclecar.com
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and towns we’re all proud to call home.
“We call it a small-big town. Everyone’s here to help each other out
one way or another,” says Dave Hall about his beloved hometown of
Lincoln, Nebraska. As it happens, Dave knows a thing or two about helping
people out. He’s the owner of Restore A Muscle Car, so when he’s not
tinkering under the hood of someone’s ’70 Trans-Am, he’s helping
reconnect people to the cars they owned years ago and thought they’d
never see again, or supporting every car club he can at Lincoln’s many
local car shows. To learn more about how Dave’s commitment to car
restoration is bringing his community together, check out his feature in
our Locally Crafted Goods series.