1972 Pontiac Ventura 428cid 4speed

Price: - Item location: Sarasota, Florida, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Ventura
  • Type: Coupe
  • Trim: Centerline Wheels
  • Doors:2
  • Year:1972
  • Mileage:61,273
  • Color:Marina Blue (original)
  • Engine size:1967 Pontiac 428 V8
  • Fuel:Gasoline
  • Transmission:Muncie 4spd
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1972 Pontiac Ventura

Easy, inexpensive project for anybody who has built a car or two will tell you. This car started new in California as a 6cyl car and I found it in Tampa on its way to becoming a weekend racer with an awful paint job on it. I started re-doing it with a prostreet type attitude and had a strong running good driving great looking car... till the effort of starting the engine took out a tooth or two on the flywheel. So I started the next phase and had a 12bolt posi rearend rebuilt with a new Eaton posi unit 4.10 gears, new brakes and C Clip eliminators.Purchased subframe connectors, an SSB 2" drop spindle kit with power disc brake conversion, driveshaft safety loop, MSD Ignition and March pulley kit with a polished alternator...and more of course (2 batteries in trunk) but the project went on the back burner and now I have some health issues and other things I need to get done. So here we are. Car is listed locally and I reserve the right to end the auction at any time. Don't ask me for the reserve price...Do ask me if you are serious and have any questions. The pictures were taken Sunday the 24th and the car has NO RUST ...EVER !!! Not running...needs the listed parts installed and possibly a driveshaft adjustment plus a flywheel and trunk latch. I can source a flywheel Hays clutch and Lakewood bellhousing still in great shape.

On Jul-26-16 at 19:34:03 PDT, seller added the following information:

O, I have had a couple questions and realized a mistake or twoI made. The first mistake, the wheels are Weld brand alloys 8.5" wide rears 4.5" wide fronts. The second mistake is in answer to a question thecylinder head castings are #670 I had some 6X casting heads and sold them. The transmission is a Muncie M22 with a Lakewood bellhousing and Hays HD clutch. The car was running before the flywheel/starter issue embarrassed me in front of the Quick Stop and I stopped driving it...lol.