This isn't the actual car (unless it's a helluva coincidence) but mine was exactly like this. 1967 GTO Sedan (post). Same color and all. If I had my druthers, I think I prefer the '65 now. Had to sell it when I went overseas in the Army
N/A: my engine runs good because it wants to, not because it's forced to
Pump Gas Street Car - 9.99/135 at 3600#
2001 Z28 Police package. Bought it with 40k mikes, sold it at 180k miles. Never once left me stranded. Drove it from UH back home to my mechanic in Pearland once on only 5 cylinders. Selling it was tough.
SOLD2005 MBM A4: Vararam, JBA shorties, Kooks afterburners and a Diablosport Predator
My first car was a 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT with a 5 speed Getrag and a 2.8L V6. I was completely in love with Fieros and all of the different upgrades that are available to them. Although they're horribly problematic, I ended up buying 2 more Fiero GT's after my first one before I gave up on them.
I'd love to have one again though to be honest.
This isn't me or my car but I had the exact same color and the same mesh wheels.
I'll hit 10's this year... Just wait on it.
Domino 05 M6 - 1 of 1
Show: 3/5 full SAP - Banshee Hood - VMR V718's - Mav Man Diffuser - JHP Side Markers - Limo Tint - Domino Paint
Go: ERL 416 Stroker - AFR 230 V2 - Tony Mamo Ported FAST 102 - Kooks 1 7/8 - GForce 9" - GForce Coilovers - TDP Built T56 - McLeod RST - Tick MC - GMM Short Throw
2006 Torrid Red M6, Black Interior. LSS, KooKs LT's with PM-FL coating, Corsa Sport, TSP Torquer V.3 cam, PRC 243 2.5 heads, FAST 102, NW 102TB, FAST 46# injectors, homemade 4" with TSP 100mm MAF tuned by LG Motorsports and Monster Level 3 clutch. - Weekend Car
2006 Trailblazer SS black stock - Daily Driver
2006 Trailblazer SS white with full bolt-ons - SOLD!! (FOR THE GTO)
This was my other most fun one. Unknown hp, but think it was around 375.. Big streetported engine, and upgraded factory twins + all bolt ons. Ran 12.4 @ 119
edit: If I ever have enough time and money, a project that I've always wanted to do is an LS2 swap in this same body. 3rd gen rx-7's to me still look like they could roll off of the factory floor. Minus the pop up headlights, of course....
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