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Shakercars's 1972 Trans Am

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  1. Owner/Builder- Scott Hobbs Location- Canada, BC Car- 1964 Pontiac Parisienne Engine- 327
  2. You can buy hydraulics as a kit or each component separetley but at the end of the day you end up with the same stuff. But how you install/hookup/route everything can be totally your own idea for allot of it. I will take some hydraulic/suspension pictures to put up in the next month or two so everyone can view. Its cool stuff. you can set it to be slow or fast, reliable or fire hazard, it just all depends what you want to get out of it. I personally don't like to hop because I feel like its hard on the car and you need alot of batteries for that which leads to possible fires or other problems, so I have it set medium fast up, slow down(dump) and 3 wheel motion. this way its reliable and I feel good that its safe to have my 3 year old boy in it.
  3. Isn't there still time to enter for the calender, I though nominee cut off was on the 25th. I think the rules said I cant nominate myself.
  4. I will never be done do to time and money and endless possibilties., I would like to work on the interior this winter or next. Eventually upgrade the brakes to disc. Install a wish bone mod to the rear end. I am going to apolster the trunk with a few lights/and mirros etc. this winter I promised myself I would keep her for life. Its not worth the small dollars that I would get to ever sell it compared to what its worth to me. I have the Hydraulics installed in such a way that I can easily remove and convert back to stock in a matter of a few days or less. all the original suspension components are sitting nicely organized on a little roller shelf in my shop, reason being I know its valued higher stock and the police like to give me a hard time. So I configured my Hydraulic install myself for convenient removal although it looks completly finished.
  5. Thanks everyone, I posted a bunch of pics in the Car show Thread.
  6. Thanks for the replys so far, please add what your prefferd style is, such as, keep it stock, drag wide tires, big rims/low pro tires, or maybey you like tuner performance 4 or 6 cylinder, or the 1980 stuff, etc. Im intrested in hearing whats hot. I found some more pics to add of some of my work.
  7. Body - 2 Door Hardtop, Quasar Medium Metalic Blue, (Frame off restoration) Under the hood - Newly Rebuilt 327 smallblock, Camell bump heads, Flowmaster ceramic coated shorty headers, Edelbrock highrise torqer intake manifold, Edelbrock 4 barrel 550cfm carb, Street Comp Cam. March machined aluminum Pulley Kit, Performance 3 core aluminum radiator, Optima Red top Battery, etc. approx 360 - 400hp. Suspension - Hydraulic, 2 pump, 6 Batt, 6 switch, 8" rams(front), 10" rams (rear) Drive Train - 4:11 rearend, turbo 350 trans, with stage 2 shift kit Wheels - OG Wires, 24K all gold center, 100 spoke, 14", Hankook tires Restored - All drive train - bolts, bearings, seals, bushings, ball joints, tie rods, Brakes, Hoses, clamps,rigid tubing etc. I removed, media blasted and color code match painted all the components to match the body(that was alot of fun, I really got a kick out of seeing the before and after results). Aluminum coated Dual exhaust with chrome Dynaflow mufflers really makes this Pontiac sound sweet. Stereo - Mixed brands, Alpine Deck, 2 MB Quart amps-800watts total, 2- 12" JL Audio subs, misc mids. sounds great. I would really like to try and restore the interior in the next year or so. I dont know how people can restore cars in less than a year, this has taken me over 10 years to get this far and a life time to go, Lovin it! Thanks for checking out my ride, I would love to here whatcha think. Oh ya and any leeds to parts for this car is always a big help, most parts are not available anymore.
  8. Thanks for the info. Here's my Baby. Ive been restoring and moding for just over 10 years. It's been tones of fun. I have enjoyed driving it for 3 years now. I will show it off more when I learn more about the site here.
  9. Nice to meet everyone, l love seeing all the different rides on this site, pretty awesome. whish I knew how to add pictures or I would show mine off. Any tips?
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