This famous #Pontiac is a timeless hunk of GM muscle that’s clean, mean, and ready to drive! It’s a genuine code 42 GTO that’s fresh out of a two-year rotisserie restoration. That nut-and-bolt rebuild was carried out by a dedicated #GTO enthusiast who has completed between 40 and 50 restorations to date – experience that comes through, both metaphorically and physically, when you take one glance at this coupe’s glossy PPG Viper Black two-stage. This Poncho’s magnificent GM small block, formally known as the LS376/525, turns impressive 10.7 to 1 compression into 525 horsepower and 486 lb./ft. of torque and was purchased as a dependable Connect & Cruise package straight from #Chevrolet Performance!

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That powerful little block is mated to a new Tremec T56 Magnum 6-speed transmission, driving Ford’s new 9-inch single-axle equipped with a flexible 3.50-gear and traction differential. The drivetrain is supported by a rebuilt and revised suspension with QA-1 coil and tubular control arms. The booster turns effectively complement the power stops. Everything runs on top of the chrome-plated Ridler 645 turning the Sumitomo HTR Z5s.

Red-stitched TMI buckets lead a red-stitched, TMI-upholstered seat between the doors. Dakota Digital VHX telemetry, which rides alongside Vintage Air temperature control and Bluetooth-capable RetroSound stereo, displays the LS3’s vitals. Behind stainless-trimmed foot pedals, fresh carpet secures a chrome Hurst shifter. A brushed steering wheel is spun around a tilting column by the driver.


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