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1967 Pontiac GTO A/C cruiser

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1967 Pontiac GTO A/C cruiser

General:
Year: 1967
Make: Pontiac
Model: GTO

Chassis:
Front Suspension: Stock
Rear Suspension: Stock
Rear Axle: 3.36 10 bolt limited slip
Brakes: front discs off 69 GP, rears are stock
Wheels & Tires: Centerline Champ 500's
Misc: Went full circle on engines through the years. Up to a 455 that was more suited to track duty and now back to the original 400 block.

Paint & Body
Color: Regimental Red with white vinyl top
Graphics: Only the stock pinstripe

Interior
Seats: Stock parchment
Upholstery: Stock
Carpet: Black
Dash: Original
Gauges: Addition of an Autometer gauge pack below the dash
Shifter: Original His-&-Hers
Stereo System:

Engine & Transmission
Type: 400 Pontiac with 24cc dished pistons
Camshaft: Crane hydraulic roller
Cylinder Heads: 670's ported and gasket matched with RAIV valves and Comp springs
Valvetrain: Cloyes true-roller timing gear, Comp Hi-Intensity pushrods, Harland Sharp 1.65 rockers
Induction: Stock intake manifold but ported and gasket matched. Edelbrock Thunder 800 AFB carb
Exhaust: 3" mandrel bent with X-pipe, cutouts, and reduced down to 2-1/2" after the X to the Pypes mufflers.
Transmission: 200R4 with all the good stuff
Cooling: 4 row Desert Cooler radiator, HD fan clutch, new shroud, and 2 B&M trans coolers. Runs at thermostat until the big hills at speed then goes up to a constant 195 degrees until the climb is over.
Home welded exhaust system

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Member: lust4speed
Created: 05-21-07
03:17PM
Last Modified: 05-21-07
03:53PM
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GTOKID look nice...ever run it? 07-09-09
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