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Today 08:53 AM
boothboy
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
You all got it, Buzz being first, it's your floor.

Thought I could stump you guys, foolish me.

Brian
I was working at a Pontiac dealership those years and we got a few in both Firebird's and LeMan's. They were indeed a quick engine. The money differences between the 6 vs the 8 weren't that much so if you were going to buy a new Firebird why would you want a six?
Gas miliage wasn't such a big deal then so that incentive wasn't there either. By the time the smog stuff and gas shortage struck the engine was gone.
That hood tach was neato!

BB
Today 08:42 AM
John long I had a buddy who put one in a 47 Ford street rod. Worked great and always drew a croud. Most didn't know what it was.

John
Today 08:22 AM
MARTINSR It was in the "Sprint" check out this ad! Very cool, I have seen a few, including "back in the day".



They came in the Firebird too.









I have always been an inline six nut so I spotted it as being cool back then. And yes, the Quadrajet was standard equipment from Pontiac!

Brian
Today 07:58 AM
CrashFarmer2
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Originally Posted by BuzzLOL View Post
. Too easy... it's a dirty empty straight 6-clinder block... sitting next to a PMD OHC 6 w/ Q-Jet... 230HP?
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Originally Posted by Too Many Projects View Post
PMD, OHC high performance 6.
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
More precisely, that is Pontiac OHC Sprint Six.. The standard PMD OHD Six had a one bbl carb. The Sprint 6 had a Q-Jet and hotter cam. It was a great little engine.

BB
I've never saw one of those in a car. Maybe they didn't sell many around here?
Today 07:55 AM
MARTINSR You all got it, Buzz being first, it's your floor.

Thought I could stump you guys, foolish me.

Brian
Today 07:52 AM
boothboy More precisely, that is Pontiac OHC Sprint Six.. The standard PMD OHD Six had a one bbl carb. The Sprint 6 had a Q-Jet and hotter cam. It was a great little engine.

BB
Today 06:19 AM
Too Many Projects PMD, OHC high performance 6.
Today 01:09 AM
BuzzLOL
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
What is this?
. Too easy... it's a dirty empty straight 6-clinder block... sitting next to a PMD OHC 6 w/ Q-Jet... 230HP?
Yesterday 10:39 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by carolinacustoms View Post
An engine strapped to a dolly sitting in the floor.........
Sorry I couldn't resist

Kelly
It's your floor Kelly! Just kidding, smart ars.


Brian
Yesterday 09:13 PM
carolinacustoms An engine strapped to a dolly sitting in the floor.........
Sorry I couldn't resist

Kelly
Yesterday 08:41 PM
MARTINSR What is this?

Brian

Yesterday 07:45 PM
carolinacustoms
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Originally Posted by Dragonoake View Post
Ding! Ding! Ding!
We have a winner!!
It's the 1961 Cadillac La Salle II XP-715, which became the basis of the '63 Riviera - Kind of an interesting story: 1961 Cadillac La Salle XP-715 - Концепты

And BTW, the chopped Silver Arrows came a little bit later when Bill Mitchel pulled a Riviera off the assembly line and had it customized the way he wanted it: 1963 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I | Conceptcarz.com

Interesting. I didn't suspect concept car because the wheels look like modern one's that seem to find there way to a lot of lowrider type cars. Almost exactly what the 63 Riv looked like. I even had to look up a few pictures to make sure I wasn't having a brain lapse

Kelly
Yesterday 01:58 PM
MARTINSR
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Originally Posted by Dragonoake View Post
Ding! Ding! Ding!
We have a winner!!
It's the 1961 Cadillac La Salle II XP-715, which became the basis of the '63 Riviera - Kind of an interesting story: 1961 Cadillac La Salle XP-715 - Концепты

And BTW, the chopped Silver Arrows came a little bit later when Bill Mitchel pulled a Riviera off the assembly line and had it customized the way he wanted it: 1963 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I | Conceptcarz.com
I know my GM dream cars., Give me a minute for a question.

Brian
Yesterday 01:34 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by MARTINSR View Post
XP-715 they were first called the "Silver Arrow" and also "LaSalle II"
Ding! Ding! Ding!
We have a winner!!
It's the 1961 Cadillac La Salle II XP-715, which became the basis of the '63 Riviera - Kind of an interesting story: 1961 Cadillac La Salle XP-715 - Концепты

And BTW, the chopped Silver Arrows came a little bit later when Bill Mitchel pulled a Riviera off the assembly line and had it customized the way he wanted it: 1963 Buick Riviera Silver Arrow I | Conceptcarz.com
Yesterday 01:15 PM
Dragonoake
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Originally Posted by boothboy View Post
It's a 1965 Rivera. I had a 63 and wish I still had it.
No, it's not a Buick.
At least not yet...
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