The engine is a Pontiac 350 cubic inch V8 that’s been dressed for success. Pontiac made their own small block, and it was famous for its durability and torque production, emitting an entirely different sound than the venerable Chevy powerplant, too. Finished in Pontiac Turquoise paint with a set of Mickey Thompson finned valve covers, it is nicely detailed, and includes upgrades like the Holley intake and carb, HEI ignition system, plus a chrome open-element air filter complete with reproduction decals. A slick TH350 3-speed automatic transmission delivers power to a heavy-duty rear end, while the fumes are routed through a set of long-tube headers and Flowmaster mufflers. The tub is reinforced with a set of subframe connectors and beautiful Pontiac Rallye II wheels wear 235/60/15 white-letter radials, a welcome improvement.
Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States