The GTO was in it’s second year in ‘65, and Pontiac was hard at work perpetuating the mystique of what has been called the first Muscle Car. They called it a “Quick Wide-Track Tiger”, and the performance potential was strong.
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We’re looking at a 1966 Buick Riviera in Riviera Gold Paint with a 425 Nailhead engine. The car’s Owner is Jim Kolich. Jim has this car since 1991. He shares he brought his daughter home from the Hospital when she was born in 1991 the year he bought the car. That’s a nice memory.
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The 1970s embodied so many things. The first half was the end of an era, a last hurrah for muscle car–generation horsepower. With the noose of stricter smog regulations rapidly tightening around the necks of automakers, enthusiasts snatched up the last-crop of less restricted muscle cars while they could. The decade saw cars grow in
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1970 Plymouth Road Runner VIN RM23N0A182604 This fully restored N96 Air Grabber is an incredible Mopar investment! This is a one year only body style! Mechanics 383ci V8 Engine – Date Correct, but Not Numbers Matching Numbers Matching 4-Speed Transmission 8 ¾ Sure Grip Rear End with 3.55:1 Gear Ratio Manual Front Disc Brakes, Rear