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4 bucket 67's 1967 GTO

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What do you guys think of chiefs 70 GTO? I would like to see it run in person!


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BadA$$.... would like to see it run in person too.


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Damn I would love to see it tuned for the track and just unleash the snot outta it.


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The Crow is actually a highly modified '72 Lemans that runs a 482 c.i. Butler-built Pontiac motor. He runs 88mm Precision Twin Turbos, each capable of supporting 1,500 HP apiece. So the motor is reportedly capable of around 2,500 HP at the crank. He uses a 3-speed 210 transmission to get it down the road. Big Chief runs on Weld Forgeline 16 x 6 wheels and Hosier slicks. He readily admits he has around $160,000 in the car itself.


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