1969 Pontiac GTO
Major Components Rear End: New Moser posi-traction unit with 3.73 rear gears. Engine: Stock LS2 straight from the 2006 GTO. The only modifications are a cold air intake, ull length headers and a dyno tune. I believe it was 376 RWHP. That translates to 450HP at the crank. Transmission: Stock T56-6 spd straight out of the 2006 GTO. Suspension: I just had installed a 69 GTO complete power steering setup, ith heavy duty sway bar. All new adjustable shocks with Eibach springs were installed front and rear. The wheels are American racing rims with new Hankook tires. Body: Metallic Pepper Grey paint job. The front bumper was just repainted a shade a little darker thebody,witha hood stripe down the center,the same coloras the bumper.The inside of the car was rhino lined along with the bottom to prevent any corrosion. Interior: The 06 dash was heavily modified then recovered. It has the original power front 06 GTO black leather seats. The rear seats were modified and recovered in new factory black leather to match the front. A custom rear deck was installed with the working 3rd brake light from the 06. Custom rearview, nterior door handles and dome light were milled from aluminum. Door panels, ear panels, ick panels, nd headliner were made from scratch. Misc: The car has the Retro Electro Hide Away Headlight kit to replace the vacuum actuated headlight system. The car has all four windows controlled by power window switches in the center console. The car has electric locks. Windshield washers were installed. I have done a little research, found one GTO similar to this, hat had a stock interior, n LS1, 10 bolt rear end, nd regular headlights sell for $59,000. Another that was more like mine, old for $95,000. This car is one of those deals for someone out there, he ones you always hear about and are in disbelief over. I'm not saying this car is perfect, t's not, ut it's as close as you would want to get on something that your actually going to drive around. This is a one of a kind, how quality car, hat gets continual thumbs up reactions while I am on the road. Performance wise it is a barely manageable beast when opened up....a real fun car. Now that I have had my fun; I'm 75 yrs old, t's time to get an "old peoples" car and let the younger generation experience a real muscle car. This car can be bought for the fixed price of $67,000.