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Old 01-20-17, 02:16AM   #1
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Default 67 Firebird from Down Under

For anyone interested here are some pics of my 67 Firebird

I have fitted a Detroit Speed Mini Tub Kit, Smith Racecraft Shock mounts, M/T ET Street 325/50/15, DSE Front Springs, Quick ratio steering box, Chassisworks subframe connectors and cross brace, Chassisworks tubular arms, 9" with 35 Spline Mark Williams Axles, Eaton tru-track centre, Caltracs
Shafiroff 540 HHR 733hp @ 6000 708 ftlb @ 4600
Lemons Headers
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Wilwood Brakes front and rear



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Old 01-20-17, 04:08AM   #2
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Nice !!
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Old 01-20-17, 01:48PM   #3
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Nice, except for the BBC! Lol
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Old 01-20-17, 06:43PM   #5
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Beautiful car...real nice. 733 hp that's one bad @ss ride. Doesn't brother me that you have BBC in it. They'll be allot more Pontiac's coming down the road with BBC in them. Good for you !

Besides their allowed at Norwalk.
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Old 01-21-17, 03:50AM   #6
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Thanks Gach.
I respect those who want to restore their car to 100% original but I prefer a muscle car that has my own stamp on it and at the end of the day it would always be a base model 326 auto.
Should I say that this particular car has 100% original factory paint and only 44,000 miles on the clock
The few body repairs it needed have all been metal finished so zero bondo or bog as we call it.

Cheers from down under
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