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What's up everyone?  New member here.  Looking forward to meeting other Pontiac lovers and sharing pics of my build.  Maybe join a car club?  Anyone from Nor Cal out there? 

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:welcomeFP:

Got any pictures of your Bird?

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:welcomeFP: and the madness that goes with it !

Agreed. We'd love to see pictures of your ride.

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Welcome to FP.   Did anyone mention we LOVE pic's.  

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Nice bird!

Sure can post videos! Can copy/paste the link from YouTube. Otherwise I'd recommend uploading it to the gallery and then pasting the link to it here.

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Nice ride. So what's been done to it besides the non-stock hood and chrome wheels?

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454 BBC swap (I know some guys might not like that).  New FTP racing th-400 trans, new flexplate, custom 3" chromoly driveshaft, fuel lines, intake, 700 Holley Carb.  Rebuilt front end with eibach lowering springs and Lakewood 90/10 drag shocks...  So far... Lol!

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