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HAWAII RACING 468 STROKER PONTIAC 2

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HAWAII RACING 468 STROKER PONTIAC
HAWAII RACING 468 STROKER PONTIAC





Sehr Performance Machine / Lane's 468 Pontiac.wmv
This is a 400 Pontiac stroked to 468. Lane had some work done elsewhere on this engine in the past and was not happy with the outcome so he brought it to Sehr to get it done right. Lane did it the right way, he has a really good bottom end on it with Eagle stroker crank and Eagle full floating "H" beam rods so he has plenty of reserve to build on.





1962 Pontiac Catalina Super Duty 1 of 1
Rare all Aluminium 389 Dual Quad engine, built exclusively for Mickey Thompson. This is the only known running example. *SOLD!*





Pontiac Banshee A Longer Look
The Banshee was a vision for what the Firebird could become. Of course, this concept car could never be built exactly, too low on the road and it wouldn't pass the safety and crash tests, but it was exciting. It demonstrated that the problem with GM cars didn't sit on the designers' shoulders. They were more than capable of dreaming up engaging and fun vehicles that would set imaginations on fire.





1958 Pontiac Bonneville Fuel Injected Classic Muscle Car for Sale in MI Vanguard Motor Sales
http://www.ClassicCarBuyingSecrets.com Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! WOW OH MY GOSH I HAVE ONLY READ ABOUT THEM THIS IS A MATCHING #S 1958 PONTIAC (FUEL INJECTED) BONNEVILLE ULTRA RARE (I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE IN MY WHOLE LIFE)!!!. I was VERY LUCKY to ride in a friends 1957 Pontiac Bonneville Fuel Injected Convertible more than a few times, BUT!!!!! Here is THE RARE OF THE VERY RARE!!!! A 1958 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE FACTORY FUEL INJECTED 2 door hardtop for your consideration!!! I HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE IN OVER 40 years of being in the old car hobby, NEVER!! I have seen a few 58 TRI POWER BONNEVILLE'S, BUT NEVER a 58 FUEL INJECTED CAR!!! There were just (630), 1957 Pontiac FUEL INJECTED cars built, and all were Bonneville convertibles. When 1958 came along there were only (400) FUEL INJECTED BONNEVILLE CARS BUILT (TOTAL) BETWEEN CONVERTIBLES AND HARDTOPS!!! So this 58 FI Bonneville is NO DOUBT ONE OF THE RAREST OF ALL GENERAL MOTORS CARS EVER TO BE PRODUCED!!! AND SHE IS A BEAUTY AND WITH NO RUST EVER, AND I MEAN NO RUST EVER!!!! She has had one repaint (THE PAINT IS DROP DEAD GORGEOUS)!! !! (SHE IS AS STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW) and still sports her ORIGINAL INTERIOR, NOT A REDONE INTERIOR, ITS ORIGINAL INTERIOR!! The chrome and stainless on this magnificent car is really SPECTACULAR!! She has Power Steering and Power Brakes for ease of driving and she has all 4 of her perfect original hubcaps!! The 370 Cu In Pontiac FI motor is backed up to its original 4 spd. HYDRA MATIC transmission! She is missing (NOTHING AT ALL) from all of the correct original FUEL INJECTION PARTS to her correct Exhaust tips!!! She lacks nothing accept a new home in some ones very special collection, or at home in your garage!! Or perhaps for a SPECIAL NIGHT OUT ON THE TOWN IN A CAR THAT (ONLY YOU) WILL HAVE AT ANY CAR SHOW YOU CHOOSE TO PULL INTO!!! AND THIS I PUT IN STONE!!! You WILL NEVER FIND THE CHANCE TO OWN SUCH A FIND AGAIN!!! If you are a serious Pontiac collector, or for that matter just a car nut and want something in a car that is truly TIMELESS, BREATHTAKING, AND BEAUTIFUL in D ESIGN!! Then this 58 FI Bonneville is a must have car!!! SHE IS TRULY A MASTER OF ENGINEERING DESIGN!! BEAUTY IS MORE THAN JUST SKIN DEEP AFTER ALL!! Give Tom a Call Today this will not last 248-974-9513 www.vanguardmotorsales.com tom@vanguardmotorsales.com





PONTIAC - stock Pontiac Super Duty 421v8/405hp vs stock Chevy 409v8/409hp on DYNO
WATCH THE VID TO SEE HOW CLOSE THEY Dyno TO THEIR FACTORY 405hp/409hp ratings. Growing up.....Pontiac/Oldsmobile old timers/EXPERTS who taught me most of what I know, often told me Chevy rated their horsepower in a more optimistic way than say Oldsmobile or Pontiac. I've even heard Pontiac rated/tested their engines in a 100 degree room, compared to Chevy in a 60 degree room. These Dyno results seem to reflect that some of what I heard was true. Both of these engines are great, but the results do seem to show that Pontiac was not rating their horsepower worrying if it would cause "songs to be written" about their engines .... like the great song "She's real fine my 409"--(Chevy).





Driving a 1966 Pontiac Catalina 2+2 421 4 Speed
We test drive a stock 1966 Pontiac 2+2 421 4 speed.





"Ride Pontiac Ride" 1988 Advertising Promo (FULL VERSION)
Ripped from the "30 Millionth Pontiac Wentzville Assembly GM Bonneville SSEi UAW 2250" page on Facebook; all credit for finding and researching this gem goes to them. I'm upping it here in hopes that someone is able to eventually remaster the audio for better clarity. The original description on their page is as follows: ---- There are other versions of the 1988 Ride Pontiac Ride extended commercial similar to this on youtube and testdrivejunkie, but I have not come across the complete 2:32 version like this one. For the 1988 model year, Pontiac unveiled one of the strongest line-ups it had offered in many years. Finally almost every model was aligned with the Pontiac image as documented in the image statement (see post - https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=179043175453938&l=cb4447b618 ). The Fiero suspension had been re-designed, the new FWD Grand Prix was about to be selected Motor Trend Car of the Year, the new Bonneville SSE was introduced, and I could go on and on. Pontiac knew this was the right time to invest in a significant new marketing promotion, so the folks over at the Pontiac advertising agency, D'Arcy Masius Benton & Bowles in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan came up with the "Ride Pontiac Ride" campaign. Art Director Mark Zapico working under Executive Creative Director Steve Kopcha and Creative Director Noel Nauber, decided they needed an original theme song for the Pontiac commercials. The song was composed by songwriter Mark Vieha who was co-partner along with Jay Kennedy in the Studio City California based music house, LA-NY Music. Vieha and Kennedy are also known for the Taco Bell theme song, "make a run for the border" and Vieha also composed original music for movie soundtracks. For the jingle "get on your Pontiac and ride" Vieha recalled he was at a barbecue and just started humming the song. This extended commercial was a signifant piece in the Ride Pontiac Ride campaign. Many of the scenes, like of the band performing and people interacting with Pontiac cars as the backdrop, were shot in and around Toronto Canada for about a month in the fall of 1987, by Director Bob Canning who was a Canadian and Director of Photography Oliver Wood. Other DMB & B folks that might have been involved are Don Massey who worked with Noel Nauber, Bruce Duffey and Rob Torz. The lead singer of the scenes that appear in this commercial of the band performing is Mark Campbell and the female lead is Canadian singer Alannah Myles. The campaign was a huge success. Dealers included the phrase "ride Pontiac ride" in their newspaper and print media advertisements. The campaign not only caught the attention of the car buying public, it also invigorated the dealers and motivated the entire Pontiac Division and propelled Pontiac to 1988 US annual model year sales of 740,928 vehicles which was good enough for 3rd place and represented 7.1% of the US market and accounted for 20% of GM sales.The last time Pontiac had been in 3rd place was 1973. The success of the campaign continue for annual model year 1989 with US sales of 734,658 vehicles which was again good enough for 3rd place and represented 7.2% of the US market. Note: the annual model year is the 12 month period from October 1 to September 30 so it generally reflects current model year sales but includes a bit of the prior model year that sell late and a bit of the next model year that sell early and excludes the current model year that sells late.





461 Pontiac Engine
Pontiac 461 in my 81 TA. Removed the 535 to put in my 76 TA and put back in my 461. Ran last weekend at 3800 pounds and a 3.50 gear ran 10.87 at 125.51 mph. Standard port Edelbrock heads and an Ultradyne solid roller cam and 11.6:1 compression. Shift at 6100 rpm and go through the traps at 5700 rpm and a best of 1.58 60 ft, all motor !





Proformance Unlimited Pontiac 461 Stroker
http://www.proformanceunlimited.com/ Live Run Of Proformance Unlimited's Pontiac 461 Stroker with 550hp...engine will be run in a '68 Pontiac Firebird





BEST PONTIAC 400
PONTIAC 400 GETTING DynoED 530 HP





American Muscle Car - S02E02 - 1959-1963 Pontiac 421 Super Duty
http://www.facebook.com/pages/199919191991991/117872974990642 The American Musclecar series relives that incredible time when Detroit produced the most outrageous cars ever to hit the street. From the car that started it all, the 1964 Pontiac GTO, experience the glory days of power and speed through the stories of those who lived and breathed it then. This 2-disc set features twelve half-hour episodes devoted to each extraordinary muscle car from that magical era. Disc 1 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 1959-1963 Pontiac 421 Super Duty Ford Fairlane GT & Torino Talladega 427 Cobra 1963-1967 Chevrolet Corvette Camaro Z/28 Disc 2 Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird The Mopar Super Stockers American Motors AMX Dodge Challenger TA and Plymouth AAR 'Cuda Buick Regal GNX 1955-1957 Chevrolet Bel Air





Hawaii Racing SBF 342ci Blown for ARI in Finland
Hawaii Racing built 342ci SBF stroker with Blower built for a customer Ari in Finland!





73 Pontiac Kicked Off The Track
My friend gets himself in trouble at a drag strip with his street car. Groutaone official race gear found here http://www.groutaone.com/





motor pontiac 468
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