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360Rocket's 1970 Pontiac GTO Judge

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'66 lemans convertible

'66 lemans convertible
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got a great deal on this car.very solid and mostly original car.dual quad 400 is not original...lol

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    • I was given this 72 Ventura by my friends daughter, my friend Mark had a stroke and can't finish it. He put a pump gas 468 BBC large oval port head casting #781 in it, comp cam extreme energy 242/244 @ 050 574/578 cam, Holley Street Dominator Intake, Holley 700 DP carb which is a little small, headers I need to find a place to have them repaired, A 350 turbo and 3000 stall convertor, Dana 60, 6 lug, 410 posi, frames tied and slapper bars and American racing wheels all around,The car was originally built in the late 70's and early 80's for street racing its gutted.My buddy Mark wanted to make a rat rod type street car out of it, and I want to finish it for him, but a little different. I bought an 8 point Competition Engineering roll bar, new carpet, new tail light panel, 0ne new rocker panel,And aluminum sheeting for door panels and back seat cover, New valve covers, air cleaner,carb kit, 5 point safety harness, driveshaft loop, trans safety shield, i have a lot more parts for it, it also needs a windshield, And since I don't have a garage it will take a while but hopefully finish it, I do plan on some body work and paint.
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    • I want to know if this belongs to a Pontiac Bonneville and can you please get back with me thank you very very so much and you have a great and safe day
    • Very rare. You don't see 4-door X-bodies anymore. Thanks for sharing.
      Reminds me of my dad's 4-door '70 Nova with a whimpy 307 2-bbl V8. Still my brother and I learned to drive on that car.
    • My Dad restored a 70 LeMans Sport convertible when I was 7. Made from 3 rusted , upstate NY cars. It was red with black interior and top. So beautiful. He also owned 3, white 70 LeMans Sport coupes with black interior and vinyl top, a 70 GTO black on black, and a 68 GTO with black vinyl roof and a blue 69 judge stripe on it it. Needless to say it's in my blood and I am searching for a 70 LeMans , or LeMans Sport for myself to start my own journey. I will be keeping mine forever though.
       
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