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1972 Chevrolet Blazer
True 2WD with a 383 (375 hp), Hooker headers, HD 700R4 transmission, 3:73 gears, Eaton Posi rear-end, Ride-Tech Street Grip performance suspension, Factory Tach, Factory Tilt, Hidden Hitch, 20” U.S. Mags with Nitto 420 rubber. 😎
1 of 3357 made.
Our car was built in 2001 and featured in a Pontiac enthusiast magazine. It made it's way around the show circuit and sold off. It's gone through a few owners and shows it's age a little. I have been repairing and updating it over the past couple of years. It has a 500hp 462ci Pontiac and a TH 350 trans with a GM 10 bolt out of a TransAm with disc brakes all around. The 61-63 small Pontiacs are a niche collector car, they originally came with a swing axle IRS. There are avid collectors of Lil-Indian cars and parts. I know with todays climate of racial discrimination Lil-Indian could be insulting to some but it's just what they call the cars. It's a 60's style hot rod and a blast to drive. My wife and I bought it to have some fun with unfortunately I lost her to cancer this past May so everything I do to the car is in tribute to her beauty, power and timelessness.
This is a 1967 C10, that I have had for 44 years. My wife of 43 years and high school sweethearts dated, drove after the wedding, brought two children home from hospital and so much more.
1966 GT 2+2 "A" code
Bought it from 2nd. owner 34 years ago.
Factory 4 speed GT with several vintage original upgrades.
Full Shelby GT350R suspension, steering & street model prototype roll bar.
K-engine, fitted with rare Ford Trans Am intake, 9" Trac-Lok diff.
I built MK2AT50 as a tribute to the 50th anniversary of the Jensen Interceptor Mk II (1969-2019). My idea was to create the car as if Jensen hadn't gone under in 1976 and they were building this special edition today. Vintage lines and proportions with 21st century bells and whistles. 6 litre built LS motor with 6 speed automatic, burl walnut interior, keyless ignition, proximity lock & arm, power rear boot, bluetooth, navigation, DVD, 8 way power bucket seats, custom body modifications, etc.