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LTClassic98

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About LTClassic98

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  • Location
    Gleason, Tennessee
  • Interests
    Car shows, street racing, drifting

Forever Pontiac

  • Name
    Tristen Cole (LT preferred)
  • Gender
    Male
  • Year
    1993
  • Car
    Grand Prix
  • Trim
    SE
  • Engine
    Warren-made V6
  • Style
    Coupe
  • Color
    Forest Green

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  1. Hey guys, been a while since I've been here but im now thinking of upgrades and conversions. I've gotten myself set up with certain contacts to start racing again. But since I'm used to working on 40-79 year classics. I'm blind on this 93 Grand Prix. What would be some good engine swaps, rear ends, drive shafts, etc.? Plus she's a deep forest green. What would be a good name?
  2. Well guys I have to give up my grand prix. But I'm not done with pontiac necessarily. My 77 Chevy C-10 pickup has a transmission from an 87 grand prix. And I've gotten the wrong filter from auto part stores 3 times now and can't seem to get the right one. Help me please.
  3. Tranny swap, maybe a turbo. Compression tuning, new rods and cylinders after a rebore, NO2 installment, new rear end. Trying to get it set to be a daily driver/weekend dragster And probably change it to an all wheel or rear wheel drive
  4. In my 93 Grand Prix is a 3.1L V6. I'm looking for another engine that'll fit nicely and give me a bit higher of a horsepower and high end torque result. Also thinking of other Mods I could do. Please send me any ideas you guys may have. I love to learn off of other people and their experience.
  5. Appreciate it rings. Thanks for making me feel welcome
  6. I don't want to sleep this one. I wanna find like body kits and performance upgrades for everything under the body
  7. I can snag a few pics real quick and I used to race a 69 charger that I got as a crap heap for my 12 birthday I restored it and raced it. Took a lot of time and a father son project that sat for years. But we got it done and it was gorgeous on the inside. It was definitely a sleeper
  8. Hello to everyone who decides to read this. My name is Tristen Cole I'm 20 years old and live in western Tennessee. I drive a 93 Grand Prix and was a racer back when I lived in Kentucky. Now that I'm alone with a new car, and don't have resources to just rush back into the scene, I'm trying to find good parts companies or possibly sponsors so I can get back to what I love in this new car I love.
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