Challenges 1 – 3 of 4
Challenges W: 4 L: 0
- Justa 66: 22 pts (loss)
- Animal: 38 pts (win)
- Total votes: 12
- Ended: May 18, 2012
- BadJudge: 19 pts (loss)
- Animal: 66 pts (win)
- Total votes: 17
- Ended: May 12, 2012
- : 5 pts (loss)
- Animal: 45 pts (win)
- Total votes: 10
- Ended: Dec 23, 2011
1973 Pontiac Trans Am (Animal)
Last updated Jun 8, 2012
1973 Pontiac Trans Am, purchased in the fall of 2011 from Restore a Muscle Car in Lincoln, NE. With a little over 60,000 miles on it.
1970 Catalina 455 block, 600 HP
Bored to 4.186
Stroked to 4.25 approx. (468 cubes)
Eagle forged rods
JE forged aluminum pistons
Butler performance solid roller lifters & rockers w/stud girdles
Comp chrome molly 3/8 push rods
MSD HEI alum distributor & 6AL high performance ignition with 6000 rpm chip
Braided hoses and chromed parts
Hooker 3" Super Comp ceramic coated headers
2.5 aluminized exhaust pipes with Dyno Max ultra flow mufflers and stainless tips
Dual electric fans
Transmission: TH400 w/ TCI high performance valve body.
Original 73 455 auto buccaneer red with black Interior California car.
Original under coating
All original body panels, fenders, doors, hood, nose, no replacement patches or panels.
Rust free; no pitting anywhere.
Re-chromed rear bumper
New tail light bezels and lenses
New 17x9 "Honeycomb" cast aluminum wheels
New seat covers
Recovered steering wheel
Moser forged steel axle shafts
Competition Engineering Slide-A-Link kit
New window cranks and components
Pioneer stereo system
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Nov 23, 2011
This job was much easier than I originally thought. My had ’73 Trans Am has a GM 10 bolt rear end with “C”-clip style axle shafts. - Purchased: New Moser hi-performance forged steel axle shafts, 3 quarts of Royal Purple rear-end fluid, - Posi...