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Hi I’m new here, I’ve been sitting parking on a 1974 Pontiac GTO for about a year. I got it running for the first time in about six months yesterday after I rebuilt my carbs. I have two Holley 600 on a tunnel ram intake. I also replaced my point distributor with an HEI. The engine I have in the car is a 1975 firebird 400. The issue I’m running into is the car idles great but when I give it about half throttle it bogs down and stumbles like it’s gonna die but when I take my foot off the gas it reeves back up to the proper RPM and idles fine. Any advise? I assume it’s something amiss with my ignition system or my carbs.
By Sweet Broccoli
I just noticed this loose-feeling wire and electrical connector on my 71 Lemans, and I don't know what component it goes to. It's on the passenger side under the hood, right in front of the wipers.
My windshield washer isn't working atm, so I'm thinking this could have something to do with that.
Thanks for any help!
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FOR SALE: 1973 GTO Sports Coupe one of 519 made with the 455 CI motor with automatic transmission. California car. All original number matching drivetrain. Motor turns over but 2 cylinders only have 5 pounds compression. Not running. Have original build sheet that was found in the car. Well optioned. Clear Minnesota title. Asking $5000. Make offer. No scammers please. Cash upon inspection of the car. Located 25 miles south of Minneapolis, MN. Call or text 612-599-1641.
Hello all! I am new to the site but with an old rare car. I have a 71 GT37 that is in the process of a complete frame off restoration. It is a pain staking process I now know but it will be worth it when it is done. Did a little build on the 350 motor. Added a Ram AIR III cam and bored it to .30 over. Installed a 4 barrel Rochester and a Edelbrock intake. Wasn't looking to make a monster out of it but a nice sounding muscle car. Interior will be 100% redone. Have all the parts just looking to get the body in paint first.