Just a quick video of me pulling my car out of the parking lot.. It's a 1970 Pontiac Lemans Sport with the original 350 engine, TH 350 transmission, and the original 10 bolt peg leg rear end. It has 81,000 original miles. It went through a frame off restoration recently in which evrything was powder coated. It also sports a new paint job and a GTO hood. It also has some not original stuff which includes a holley 600 cfm vacuum secondary carburetor, edelbrock aluminum intake, and Pypes 2.5" stainless steel x-pipes with low restriction mufflers. Unfortunately I'm missing the rear Pontiac emblem on the trunk lid does anyone know where I can find one, Ive tried year one and performance years but its not remade. The noise at 2:28 is because I hit the steering lock nothing serious. I didnt push on it too hard because the powertrain is 40 years old and in really good shape and I'd like it to last. This is not a trailer queen or a museum piece thats never driven. I drive it as much as possible because its meant to be enjoyed. If you like old muscle cars and would like to get into the hobby the Lemans is still relatively inexpensive and can be dressed up to look like a GTO. This car is my pride and joy and I hope to never sell it so please enjoy.
Getting the cobwebs out of a 350 engine in a 69 Lemans. Old gas and bad
timing along with years of sitting limited the performance. Complete engine
and TH350 transmission are for sale. See www.minnesota-muscle.com for
72 Pontiac LeMans
My brother and sister inlaw making the video for me
This is still a work in progress. I still need to do the dash cover and
front, i need to install a different fuel pump (the one i have now is way
too loud), need to fit a rear valance, adjust the Exhaust tips, get bigger wheels ang install posi
traction. ...i think thats all.
I took out the original engine and installed a 406 chevy small block with
460HP with an R6 tranny. New carpet and re-upholstered leather seats and
Installed new gauges
1972 Pontiac Lemans GT
This is my '72 Lemans GT. Pretty good condition for its age, a few little
scuffs and such.
Still runs right nice when you make the fuel get lively.
Not long for me, though; it's for sale as of 6/10/12.
Soak it in before it's gone.
Also, please ignore my incoherent rambling, as I am an idiot on camera and
in most social situations.
Shakedown Pass on 1963 Pontiac Le Mans - APS Racing USA & RJ Fabrication
Frank Scorcia purchased this 1963 Pontiac Le Mans from a used-car lot back
in the early 1990s for a $100. In 1997 Frank decided to transform the Le
Mans into a Le Monster. He hired RJ fabrication
http://www.rjfabrication.com/ to do the fabrication and building of the
car. (See RJ Fabrication links below) The Le Mans has a tall deck Pontiac
from Butler Racing Engines and is coupled to a Hughes Performance
Transmission and Torque Converter supplied by APS Racing USA. Frank also
purchased many other car parts from APS Racing USA
http://www.apsracingusa.com/. If you are in the need of some great
fabrication work call RJ Fabrication at 760-244-7410 or a Hughes
Performance Transmission or other performance parts at great prices call
APS Racing USA at 760-488-7978. Stay tuned for future videos of this
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Pontiac 350 - 350 Horsepower For Less Than $500.00
A short video describing the modifications done to the 65,000 original mile
Pontiac 350 engine in my 1975 Formula. Using heads, cam, pushrods, rocker
arms and an intake that I had laying around, this Pontiac 350 developed 353
horsepower and 385
lbs/ft of Torque, for less than $500.00 invested.
1957 Cadillac Series 62 STK 1278
These days it is hard to find cars that have been in the family since 1957,
and survived. This 1957 Cadillac Series 62 is absolutely gorgeous. The body
is straight with no imperfections. And with documentation and owners'
manuals showing all the features of the car adds to its appeal. The
original bill of sale showing the 1954 Cadillac that was traded in for this
57 is still with the car. In 2008 this vehicle had a cosmetic restoration
with new weather stripping and carpet as much of the car is original. The
trim tag reads Style- 57-6233, Body FW31771, Trim- 3Z N, Paint 12 ACC EH.
The 365ci 300hp V8 was put in its place at the factory and has not been
removed along with the Hydramatic drive transmission. With 76,494 original
miles this Cadillac has been well cared for and pampered all of its life in
a garage. Inside are seatbelts, cloth interior and AM radio. With a vehicle
of this size Cadillac felt it necessary for standard options to be power
steering and power brakes. The hub caps and wide white tires add to the
awesome look of this car. Cadillac spared no luxury or chrome when they
built this car and it shows. There is chrome throughout the interior and
exterior of this Cadillac.
1970 Pontiac GTO "Philishave Tracer" Burnout
This is our 1970 GTO with a 400CiD V8, putting out 350Bhp & 445Ft-lbs of
In 1993 the Car had a full, body off, rebuild - the vehicle was used as a
promotional car for Phillishave & featured in multiple issues of the car
enthusiast magazine 'Street Machine'
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Wide-Track: 1959 Bonneville - /BIG MUSCLE
• Chuck Cushner
Slathered in Lamborghini orange paint and exuding a presence that is
anything but subtle, this 1959 Bonneville is a car that represents a peak
time in American automotive design. It was drafted before government
mandates and regulations stifled imagination and creativity, and takes us
back to an era when we still looked to the stars for inspiration. This is a
car that will stop you dead in your tracks and make you truly long for the
days when chrome was King, gas was a mere .25¢ per gallon, and where Elvis
Presley was the greatest thing the public had ever heard.
1980 Camaro Z28 with Power Crate 350
This is the first run of my 1980 Camaro Z28 with the Year One
Power Crate 350. I put a 750 Holley Double pumper. The car is currently
on jackstands due to having the rear wheels locked up by the E-brake and I
am trying to resolve a big header leak. Other than that, engine sounds
great and I will have a better video once the car is outside. Enjoy.
If you listen closely, you can hear me already being yelled at by my wife,
that the Exhaust is going right into
the house, fun times.
Engine can be purchased directly from www.dereberyperformance.com just
ask for Leon, he is great to deal with.