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gscherer78ta's 1978 Trans Am

2019 February
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G'day,

I am an Aussie from Sydney. I imported a '64 Bonneville coupe back in 2015 after a garage fire destroyed the '62 Bonneville 4dr hardtop i was working on.

 

 

I only drove my car a handful of times in 2015 before the stock Super-Hydramatic blew up. I put a TH400 in and that started the snowball. 

Its now got Accuair air suspension, 389 out to 400cui, currently has 1966 #92 heads/HEI/rebuilt Carter AFB, Comp XE268H cam and lifters, and a bazillion more little mods. Even though thats all new i am putting Edelbrock alu heads on, dual quad EFI with sequential injection (LS1 coils) and Haltech Elite 950 computer. 

I will start a project thread once i organise my photos. Currently the car needs paint and trim too. 

 

Cheers

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Sorry to hear about your 62! Look forward to hearing more about your 64!

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Welcome to FP.   Bummer about the garage fire.  Good Luck with the new project.

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I was following the progress before the fire. The replacement was turning out nice if i remember,welcome aboard.

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Cheers guys. I will start a build thread on this monster. So much work has been done, but so so much yet to go!

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Looks great slammed. Best of luck in the New Year.

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Great looking ride and at least you are in the best country for the Haltech systems.

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