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Classics This 1971 Pontiac Trans Am Has All-Wheel Drive

09:57  07 february  2020
09:57  07 february  2020 Source:   motorious.com

1968 Pontiac GTO Priced To Sell

  1968 Pontiac GTO Priced To Sell You can pick up this American muscle car for under $30k. If you’re looking for a genuine American muscle car but don’t have a huge budget, this 1968 Pontiac GTO is a great option to consider. It has the tough Pontiac looks everyone respects, thrilling performance, and some nice features so you can thoroughly enjoy your purchase.1968 marked a big redesign for the Pontiac GTO, like a shorter wheelbase, plus the combination of a long hood and short deck which has become iconic. Also on the menu were the hidden headlights, keeping the front fascia looking sleek.

Getting really excited over a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am might sound ridiculous, but that’s exactly what this car is: ridiculous. With a massive blower erupting out through the hood and an all - wheel - drive system donated by a Nissan Skyline GT-R R32, there’s absolutely nothing normal about this bird.

It also packs a nice supercharger. Getting really excited over a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am might sound ridiculous, but that’s exactly what this car is: ridiculous. With a massive blower erupting out through the hood and an all - wheel - drive system donated by a Nissan Skyline GT-R R32

It also packs a nice supercharger.

a car parked on the side of a road: This 1971 Pontiac Trans Am Has All-Wheel Drive© Motorious.com/Hersteller This 1971 Pontiac Trans Am Has All-Wheel Drive

Getting really excited over a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am might sound ridiculous, but that’s exactly what this car is: ridiculous. With a massive blower erupting out through the hood and an all-wheel-drive system donated by a Nissan Skyline GT-R R32, there’s absolutely nothing normal about this bird. Of course, this heavily modded muscle car is owned by a member of Hoonigan Racing Division, because who else is this crazy?

Just looking at this Pontiac, it oozes mean. The supercharger is large and in charge, plus the fact the crackled paint hasn’t been touched up gives it that kind of warrior appearance. Around back is the GT-R badge, and that’s when people will start to realize there’s a whole lot more going on than was apparent at first.

1966 Pontiac GTO Street Machine Restored in Tribute to His High School Friend

  1966 Pontiac GTO Street Machine Restored in Tribute to His High School Friend Larry Dillon restored a 1966 Pontiac GTO in tribute to his best friend.During sophomore year, Larry was put into the senior auto shop class. He would hear stories of hot rod bravado from the older kids who already had their licenses. It was also there in class that he heard about a car that would change his life. "A kid that owned a 1969 Ram Air Goat told me about a nice '66 GTO his friend was selling for $300," says Larry. "I didn't have the money, but my best friend Scott had some cash put away from delivering prescriptions on his bicycle.

It also packs a nice supercharger. Getting really excited over a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am might sound ridiculous, but that’s exactly what this car is: ridiculous. With a massive blower erupting out through the hood and an all - wheel - drive system donated by a Nissan Skyline GT-R R32

Watch this heavily-modified 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am rip around a track using a junkyard motor, supercharger, and all - wheel drive . It also packs a nice supercharger. Getting really excited over a 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am might sound ridiculous, but that’s exactly what this car is: ridiculous.

Examining the interior it’s obvious this car has been built for speed and definitely no comfort. It has a full roll cage, aftermarket steering wheel, and the kinds of controls you’d find in a racer.

Of course, the guy who owns this car is Ken Block’s lead mechanic, so he has some experience with racing. This Trans Am sounds seriously mean as it rips around Speed Vegas in the video, and from the expression on photographer Larry Chen’s face, it pulls hard at WOT.

Even more amazingly, this car was thrown away, left on a property in Nevada and possibly had a river running through it at one point. The motor is from a junkyard and originally came from a Chevy Silverado. Thanks to aggressive tuning and forced induction, it could be putting out somewhere around 600-horsepower.

Rocket Around In This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Restomod

  Rocket Around In This 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme Restomod Classic muscle car looks with supercar power. Back in its day, the 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme SX was intended to be a factory sleeper by combining the luxurious Cutlass Supreme amenities with the powerful big-block engine of the legendary 4-4-2. For this car's builder, that wasn't enough power, and thus began the car's transformation into a pro-touring restomod, which is being sold by RK Motors.

Our buddy Gregg from Hoonigan Racing Division has been holding out on us all with this absolute beast of a project: this all - wheel - drive '71 Pontiac Trans - Am . Built in his very own garage with a bunch of time and know-how, Gregg stuffed an R32 GT-R driveline into his already-rad supercharged

1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am . 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am . A distinctive, slant-nose facelift occurred in 1977. There is a way It also utilized the Trans - Am style steering wheel and dash except these were finished with gold spokes and a gold dash face which was unique to the Red Bird option.

This video just goes to show that to make a great car you first need an original, captivating vision. Sure, having mechanical know-how helps, but without some imagination it doesn’t really come together. So go out and make your crazy build, instead of sticking with the safe stuff plastered everywhere at shows and cruises, because in the end if you don’t have some guts you don’t get the glory.

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