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08-21-2011 01:28 PM
beertracker I was going to clone my 70 LeMans to a GTO but after determining the parts and money required to I decided to leave it as it. At the car show I have seen very few LeMans as compared to GTOs.

BT
08-21-2011 06:42 AM
LATECH Its a Le Mans. It has a 71 350 in it at the moment , I have a fresh 389 that I need to finish the build on to put in next year. I was going to clone it to a GTO, but I am having second thoughts. I think I just leave it be.
08-20-2011 08:37 PM
beertracker Nice looking Pontiac. Is that a Tempest?

BT
08-20-2011 05:33 PM
LATECH Thank You...
08-20-2011 05:27 PM
52fatness Nice
08-20-2011 03:10 PM
LATECH
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Originally Posted by latech
My 64 is finally starting to get a little street cred in the form of a new stance.
I put in all 4 coil springs and front lower control arm bushings (the originals were actually pretty decent) as I had the lower control arms out.
All in all the stance came out well, the drivers side is a little low compared to the passenger side tho, not sure why yet, but I will figure it out this coming week.
Also note the stainless tips on them duals. The Blowmaster exhaust sounds pretty decent.
Note the original assembly line script under the hood...cool.
OK was grabbin pics from the unshrunken file.
08-20-2011 02:57 PM
LATECH Hmmm...., trouble with the pics...one minute guys.
I get a message, invalid thread, not sure why, cant post my pics.
08-20-2011 02:52 PM
LATECH
Pontiac Stance

My 64 is finally starting to get a little street cred in the form of a new stance.
I put in all 4 coil springs and front lower control arm bushings (the originals were actually pretty decent) as I had the lower control arms out.
All in all the stance came out well, the drivers side is a little low compared to the passenger side tho, not sure why yet, but I will figure it out this coming week.
Also note the stainless tips on them duals. The Blowmaster exhaust sounds pretty decent.
Note the original assembly line script under the hood...cool.

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