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Eric & Missy Decker's 1978 Trans Am
Mayan Red Exterior / Black Interior
T/A 6.6L W72-WS6 Auto
Casey Hagenbeck's 1966 GTO
Gary & Beth Harrison's 1973 Trans Am
Super Duty 455
Brewster Green Ext. / Sandlewood Int.
1967 Firebird Convertible
2 speed automatic
Purchased in New Orleans 1978
Original California car
Color: Gulfstream Turquoise
Owner: Charlie Sauls
Drove with my son to California 2000
Drove her home to Florida 2008
Matt Clarke's 1968 Firebird 400 HO
Gary & Beth Harrison's 1967 GTO
Mike Jole 1960 Bonneville Convertible
Mike Jole 1961 Bonneville Convertible
Lloyd & Sharol Hoffman’s
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Lou & Nancy Ferreira - 1977 Special Edition Trans Am
Black on Black, 6.6 Liter, 4-speed, T-Tops
Ken Wales - 61 Bonneville Bubble top
Mike & June Daugherty's 71 Le Mans Sport
Mike & June Daugherty's 59 Bonneville Vista
Andy and Diane Musil's 68 GTO
Bill Bass' 67 GTO
I bought the car as a basket of parts needing total restoration. Factory options are HO engine, 4 speed, am/fm, power windows, tilt steering wheel, power steering and brakes. Virtually 75 percent of the sheet metal was replaced along with the frame. We were not in a big hurry as it took 4 and 1/2 years. All the sheet metal work was done at a friends house and the rest at mine.
Tim and Debra Brown's 1970 GTO.
Paint and body by Tim Brown. Pontiac 400 bored to 463 and built by Gary Harrison. The suspension is Detroit Speed "Speed Kit 3".
Jay Meeks... 1978 Formula 400.
"I bought the car back after selling it 20 years earlier"
Nathaniel Cooley 72 Pontiac Ventura II
Engine is a Pontiac 400.Car was originally purchased from Coggin Pontiac Jacksonville Fl .
Found in a barn in the Southside in 2007.Currently going through a rolling restoration with an H O theme in mind.Jay Meeks... 1978 Formula 400.
1969 Firebird Convertible – rolling chassis bought in April 2016 out of Kansas
Dyno stats – 688 hp at 5800 RPM and 717 ft lbs of torque at 4600 RPM.
Under the hood is new 505 cu in Kaufman Racing MR1 block.
New Kaufman Aluminum racing 80cc high port heads
New Race Tec STD Pistons 10.75 to 1
New Forged Crank with Eagle H beam rods
New Northwind Intake from Kaufman racing
New Tremec Magnum T56 transmission
New Ford 9” rearend with 370 gear with Disc brakes
Hydraulic Roller Cam setup from Kaufman Racing
Comp Cams extreme energy - roller cam 242 I 248 E @.050 ~ .600 lift with 1.65 roller rockers 112 LSA.
Billet Valve Covers
March pulley system
BeCool polished radiator
Trick Flow 950 cfm carb
Dakota Gauge Cluster
Sub-Frame Connectors along with front and rear sway bars 1/18” front and 1” rear.
Kevin Requet's 69 Firebird
Mike Jole's 62 Bonneville
Mike Jole's 59 Bonneville
MIke Jole's 61 Bonneville
Scott Baird's 65 GTO - 455 C.I.D
Bill Shain's 1980 S.E. TransAm
Cliff Martin's 1969 convertible bought new in Gainesville at Tropical Pontiac.......Crystal Turquoise with Parchment interior.......has a black top, but it should be white......one day that will get corrected.
I'm the 3rd owner......have all the documents.......original YS motor & TH400.....originally came with wire wheel covers. Has A/C, Hide-a-ways, Disc Brakes, AM radio, Shoulder Belts.
(Also own a 1968 Firebird that was bought here at Tropical Pontiac.......2nd owner on that one......have owned it since 1979.......currently stashed away & covered in dust.)
Pat Murphy's 1967 GTO has been in the family since 1979 when it was purchased from original owner for $600. In 2017 we completed a frame off restoration. Gary Brown performed the body and paint and Gary Harrison handled the planning, performance and assembly to deliver the car as it rolled out of the showroom in 1967.
His 2009 G8 GXP is an unbelievable car. The GXP was made one year, 2009 and they produced 1,829. Mine is the Sport Red with the 6 Speed Manual. This is 1 of 61 built. Its rated at 415HP to rear wheels and it is the fastest built Pontiac of all time. I just reached 22,000 miles and it is all original.
Mike & Terry Davis’ 1967 Grand Prix
Sean Roberts 1970 455 Firebird, with an original polar white with bright blue metallic interior (body color and interior color only available in 1970).
This bird left the factory as a base model with 250- 6 cylinder. Current driveline consists of a Gary Harrison built 462 cubic inches of pure Pontiac, ported heads, roller cam,
Quick fuel 850 carburetor and HEI ignition. Turbo 350 Transmission with 11 converter, differential is 8.5 10 bolt rearend with 3.23 positive traction.
Car is a rolling restoration with the modification to the suspension currently on going including Hotchkis front and rear springs KYB gas shocks,
Energy Suspension bushing throughout, 1-1/4” Trans Am front sway bar, Hellwig 7/8” rear swaybar with other upgrades as time and more importantly, the budget allows.
Ryan Musil's 2000 Firebird
Darin Coleman's 68 Firebird convertible
Hurst Short Shifter (replaced factory Hurst unit)
17x9 Torq Thrust M w/Conti Extreme Contact DW 255/45x17 Front
17x10.5 Torq Thrust M w/Conti Extreme Contact DW 285/40x17 Rear
Strano Performance Springs
UMI Shock Tower Brace
UMI Adjustable Panhard Bar
UMI 3-Point Subframe Connectors
Brembro Slotted Rotors Front/Rear
Hawk Pads Front/Rear
David Dunnmon’s 2001 Trans Am Convertible
Joe Sykes 65 GTO
'70 455cui bored to 463cui, 500hp, Tri Power, Muncie 4 speed (being upgraded to Tremec TKO 5 speed) and getting ready to upgrade to a 3.55 rear end. Motor was built by Gary Harrison.
Bob Coppola's 48 Silver Streak Convertible - restomod
Sue & Charlie Wiggins, 2000 WS6 Firebird Formula
Tom & Laura Wheeley's 1968 Firebird Convertible, 350 motor, Rally 2 wheels, Ridetech street grip suspension with composite leaf springs
Jeff Weiss GTO convertible
Robin Kettlewell’s 2002 TransAm Ws6
Joe Shedlawski’s 1964 Catalina convertible
Brian Carter’s 1978 Trans-Am
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eJohn Fischer's 1979 Firebird Trans AM
Original Owner, unrestored, all numbers matching, PS, PB, PW, Cruise, Auto 3-speed, 400 C.I. 6.6 litre Pontiac engine.