1967 Pontiac GTO


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1971 Pontiac GTO HO 100 mph test drive! for sale auto appraisal Detroit Mi
Detroit based certified auto appraiser Jason Phillips made 100 MPH in this 455 HO numbers matching M-22 rock crusher 1971 GTO. For sale, the same owner since 1977, it sports original low mileage with a very solid underbody, and is frame up restored.. Both PHS and on-site verified as a true number's matching VIN correct drive train. Little sister of the GTO JUDGE with identical drive trains, the H.O. cars we're just as scarce in production as the Judges. With only 476 HO's produced, coupled with only a small sample built as M-22's in this configuration, it is indeed very rare! Asking $48,500.00 810-691-2664. Do YOU need expert car inspection or auto appraisal service like this? Details below, http://www.autoappraise.com 800-301-3886 Auto Appraise Inc. has 310 nationwide inspectors that go out and photo, magnet test, underbody inspect, test drive and report objectively on classic cars all over the country. We'll give you over 100 still photos, sometimes 200+ including underbody shots, a well written report that documents all important aspects about the car, all reviewed by the companie's owner Jason Phillips that shot this video. A Michigan based corp., Jason travels the country inspecting and documenting and authenticating classic cars. Only he primarily records these videos that summarize the results of his 3 or 4 hour long inspections. Certified as a mechanic in 1981, he worked over 9 years as a classic car adjuster for Hagerty Collector Car Insurance and J.C. Taylor Insurance. He's restored many cars and been qualified as an automotive expert multiple times, including jury trials. He's personally available on short notice to bid any job or collection, when sending one of his regional inspectors just won't do. SELLING A NICE CLASSIC CAR? Let Auto Appraise Assist. We can inspect, report, and give you the proper tools to get the job done, or consign the whole project from you and deal with the selling process from start to finish. We are hired daily by purchasers seeking to spend their money on their dream car. Contact us to discuss. Thank you, and be sure to click "SUBSCRIBE" !! 810-694-2008 OR email cars@autoappraise.com





1969 Pontiac GTO Judge vs. 2006 Custom Pontiac GTO - Generation Gap: GTOs
Cast your vote here: http://www.hagerty.com/Articles-Videos/Articles/2014/08/29/Generation-Gap-G TO Today on “Generation Gap,” we’re visiting the Lingenfelter Collection. Known for Lingenfelter Performance Engineering, Ken Lingenfelter was kind enough to let us experience some of his personal cars. Being able to check a few cars off our bucket list, we decided to compare GTOs. Davin has picked the aggressive muscle of a 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge, equipped with a 366 HP 400 V-8 High Output engine with Ram Air III. Matt picked a bit of a cheater 2006 Pontiac Custom GTO. The modern GTO is straight from GM Performance with a Twin turbo LS2 with 750 HP. Which one would you rather drive? Generation Gap appears every other Tuesday on the Motor Trend youtube channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsAegdhiYLEoaFGuJFVrqFQ?sub_confirmation=1 Facebook - http://facebook.com/motortrendmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+motortrend/posts Website - http://www.motortrend.com





2007 Pontiac Grand Prix GXP 149 MPH
Please read description before commenting. As you can see, I went 149 MPH in my Grand Prix, It could have gone even faster but the guy who re-tuned my car somehow screwed up the speed governor so it couldn't go any faster than 149 MPH. At the time the mods to the car were a Magnaflow Cat Back Exhaust, K&N Air Intake Kit, and a Jet Mass Airflow Sensor. For anyone that want's to post comment's trying to lecture me for this stunt don't waste your time. No shit this was dangerous and I realized that so STFU already!




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