[New 2017] The Pontiac GTO Judge Price, Release date, and Review New
[New 2017] The Pontiac GTO Judge Price, Release date, and Review New ; As one of the most well-known muscular cars, the lineup of Pontiac GTO is always really interesting to talk about. That is why, when the news about the release of 2017 Pontiac GTO which is going to be done soon enough has spread, the excitement attacks the people all of a sudden. This car surely has great reputation and history. It was introduced in 1964 which means that this car really has a lot of things to say when it really is launched to the market soon enough because there should be a lot of improvements done here and there. 2017 Pontiac GTO redesign Improvements of the Design Judging from the design of the car, you need to know that it has split grille that definitely looks so awesome! This kind of grille is combined with fantastic hood which has been redesigned compared to the previous version. HID head lights are also improved to give better look. Of course, if something done to the headlights, the taillights should follow as well. You will also find a new set of awesome Exhaust system. And the car’s base rim size is determined at 20 inch which is valued as the right size to stabilize the car. *releasedcar [New 2017] The Pontiac GTO Judge Price, Release date, and Review New
Mecum Auction Presents - Lot # S116 70 ½ Chevrolet Camaro
The early years of Pro Stock racing saw some of the most exciting heads-up racing and the most intense fan support the sport had ever experienced. The 1971 season saw some spectacular matchups, with legendary racers like "Dyno Don" Nicholson, "Dandy" Dick Landy, Sox & Martin and the man from Malvern, Pennsylvania, Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins. Jenkins had been a well-known fixture at tracks since GM's factory racing days. As a privateer, Jenkins went on to represent Chevrolet and soon became one of their most successful racers ever. This 1970 ½ Camaro was the first car that Jenkins built specifically for the class, and its track record with Jenkins, Bruce Larson and later, East Coast racer Richie Zul is nothing short of legendary. Grumpy's Toy VII has been painstakingly restored to its original race configuration, including a correct "512" cast-iron 427 block, aluminum heads, and Weiand tunnel ram with "period correct" 750 cfm Holley double-pumper carbs. Additionally, the Camaro was finished in its original race livery and looks like it emerged from a time machine. It was recently featured in Super Chevy magazine and is in concours condition.
1969 GTO Judge Ram Air V Car
GTO Judge Ram Air V Car that has been completely restored to the way the original owner had it. Beautiful car!!! A great engine put togeather by DCI Motorsports.