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Jul 5, 2013 at 6:34 pm
Awesome Ride! That's how they should have made them in the day!

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1972 Chevrolet Vega GT SS/427 (Vega)

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I have never put as much time and effort into any car in my life.. It's all been worth it...


427 Small block, Full roller everything, Forged everything, 11:7 Forged J&E pistons. Eagle stroker crank and H-beam rods, 600 + hp? never been on a dyno... Just walking off the line through the mufflers shifting @5800 went 10.21@ 124.. This is not a race car.. Gets driven on the street almost daily (when I'm not working on it) gets 70 mpt.. miles per tank.. holds 10 gal...5 City/10 hwy your mileage will vary

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Yes it's A Hybrid ..It burns 2 types of fuel.. GAS and OIL... This is what MADE IN THE USA looks like... To bad it was the worst car GM ever made.. (some still think)... I'm really A Mopar guy or ford... But I always liked the Vega... Now I have one.. And it's my favorite car I've ever owned and driven ever...


ARP studs all around.. (And they don't leak) Wieand Tunnel Ram 2x600 holleys, Comp Cams custom grind hyd Roller cam and rockers/springs, Cometic head gaskets multi layer composite , 4000 stall turbo 350, Pinto Leaf spring back half frame, 4:10 s-10 blazer rear w/ mosher axles, 15x12's under the body N-50/15's s-10 front spindles in front - 5-lug w/disc brakes..12 volt vacuum pump under front fender... Still having trouble stopping!

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