1988 Trans AM GTA Interior
this is my 88 GTA ive been restoring for a few years now. this is a test and a overview of the interior
Real "baby" burn out - Rene's T/A
1987 Pontiac Trans Am - California
1989 Pontiac GTA Trans Am 350 T-Top TPI Upgrded Edelbrock Dynamax
Nathan Wratislaw like Trans ams and i have over 45 of them this one is not perfect it needs the obivious things that you can see but this is a Great car ata Gret price Youll be sure to love this one..This car is very fast ....Someone put $3000 plus more likely closer to $5000 Into Upgraes on the Motor, Transmission, Intae, Exaust And Suspension. This car Moves It still looks good but as you watch the video you will see it has No headliner needs a piece on drivers door panel. has a few scuffs etc. there are seatcovers on the factory GTA racing sats and they need redone they are torn etc my guy will redo them for $550 t-tops have a crack or 2 and the windshield has a crack. Pretty common when you beef one up this much. The car is pretty much all here including the t-top bags in the bac and the space saver spare. has the Edelbrock dual Throttle bodies and a 3" or so Dynamax exaust coupled with the suspension this car is set up to GO!! Its the kind of car tha looks good you can drive around and fix up as you go these are Great cars and you will have a great investment car that is a muscke car and can get you low 20's on gas milage Great cars and this one is a Great price i could cut it up and sell the parts for more than im asking. Make sure and check out my other videos i always have all sorts of unique Classic, EURO & Muscle cars and i sell them cheap. Need help Exporting to Europe Canada, Asia etc no problem i got you covered. Make your next car a Investment car. My website is http://www.missoulaautoauction.com or http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com/blog. also feel free to Call anytime Nathan Wratislaw 406 544 6919
1988 Trans Am GTA vs 2012 Optima SX Turbo
I went out and tested just how lame my torque management is on this new Kia. I have two really big problems. One is the delayed throttle response. Even if I mash the gas on the 2nd honk it won't even be WOT yet by the 3rd honk. Just rolls an inch or two in the meantime. So this makes your consistency fly out the window. Of course your natural reaction is to just stall the bitch up totally eliminating the delayed throttle. WRONG. If the ECU senses any form of engine stalling (brake Boosting) it will cut Boost and turn your car into a complete turd. We're talking over a full second difference. Anyway here are my struggles while racing a 36,000 mile GTA with bumped timing. Probably a mid-14 second car. As you can see it's extremely hard to find that sweet spot.