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Whats up Pontiac world? Ben here from New York. I recently got my hands on a 1974 Formula 455. Unfortunately it does not have the original engine but its a got a 400 from a late 60's grand prix with #12 heads. Motor is in the car and attached to a Turbo 400. The car also came with a Holley 750, Hooker headers, flowmaster exhaust and a Comp Thumpr cam along with a whole bunch of other stuff that is not installed. Paint and body is very good. Also has a 70-73 nose that is painted and ready to be installed. This will be my first project car so I'm sure I'll be seeking some of your expertise in the very near future. 

 

 

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Thanks guys. Definitely have some work to do.

welcome to FP! great project. but im curious on that 60's preview you gave.

That's my dad's 66 t-bird convertible.

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