I always thought it was weird those existed, how was that 6, where they American engines? I know where one of those cars is in a boneyard.
engine was fine... basicly a chevy250 inline with a ohc set up on it.. they are different enough to not be able to drop the Pontiac head on the chevy and go.. but the ohc Pontiac was a beancounter build/designed limited.. It made great power.. for what it was.. I'd like another.. I'd add a turbo and efi.. A guy on an other forum is doing this now...
The Pontiac OHC 6 was a great little engine that was underappreciated at it's time. The Sprint 6 high output version even had a 4 barrel carb, but everyone wanted a V8 back then. Had the OHC 6 stayed in production until the Arab Oil Embargo in the 70's, it could have found renewed life as a more economical performance engine. So much potential, but making power with a simple OHV V8 was easier and cheaper.
2004 GMC Sierra 1500 2000 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis 1988 Pontiac Fiero Formula
The GMC is a recent purchase so I could retire the TA from daily driver duties. I was racking the miles up on it WAY too fast. Now I can spend some time to refresh the TA a bit and enjoy it for pleasure driving. And I no longer have to risk driving it in Winter weather.
The Mercury was my dad's. I inherited it when he passed back in 2002. I've tried to keep it running, but when the fuel pump quit I've just parked it and it's just taken up space since then. I'm thinking it's time to finally part with it.
And then there's the Fiero. I've got a lot of history with that car. Bought it in 2001. It was my daily driver for many years, but the last 2 years it's mostly just sat in the driveway. Too many cars and not enough time. I'm reluctantly thinking it may be time to sell it as well. I don't really want to let it go, but I can't bear the idea of it sitting and rotting away and would rather someone else enjoy it. It seems all my "car" time gets devoted to the TA these days anyway and I barely have enough time to do what I want with it.
Some past rides included; '69 Firebird 350. My first car I bought in High School, slinging a LOT of burgers at McDonald's to pay for it. '72 Pontiac Trans Am. Bought it shortly after graduating from Community College with my first real full time income. '87 Buick Grand National. My first new car. Bought it in the Fall of 1987, right after the stock market crash.
I had both the '69 and '72 at the same time. I sold the '69 and used the money from it as a down payment on the GN. Both the '72 TA and GN got sold when I went back to school to study Mechanical Engineering at NC State.
1976 Chevy Nova Hatchback 250 Inline 6 1973 Z28 Camaro 1977 Camaro 1980 Ford Pinto. (don't hate lol) 1969 Mercury Cougar (put a 460 in it) 1982 Dodge Rampage Fieros: 1988 Formula, 2 1988 Coupes. (all T-top) 1989 Dodge Diplomat, 440 (no it isnt stock) 1975 Dodge Monaco (police car) former Nevada Highway Patrol. 1999 Mustang Cobra 2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS (Was a dealer demo when I bought it. had been in an accident and repaired. Had the V6 model header panel on it.... lol)
1997 Lincoln Town Car 1995 Ford E150 "Regency Conversion Van"
2003 Lincoln Town Car Cartier
and a 1971 Hemi Cuda, in pieces. lol
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55 Chevy, 4 door used 65 gto used 55 Chevy, 2 door used Nissan b210, hatchback new 80 Honda accord new 87 Pontiac fiero gt new 90 Chevy pickup new 2003 Toyota matrix new 87 Pontiac fiero gt used 2008 Pontiac vibe used
Motorcycle 250 Yamaha used 125 Kawasaki dirt bike new 400 sazuki used 1965 duoglide HD used 80 Honda 750, used 1996 Kawasaki Vulcan 800, new
1993 Dodge Spirit 2.5L TBI - Still own, but it's a project. I'll divulge plans once its completed which I hope will be in time for my HS reunion. Let's just say it no longer has the engine or trans it came with. 1992 Dodge Spirit R/T - Still own. 107k miles, near mint condition. Not selling, hopefully ever. 1989 Ford Festiva - Bought as cheap economical transportation, but unfortunately it died so I sold it to a guy who was going to turn it into a SHOgun. Not sure if he followed through on that. 1966 Ford Mustang C-code Convertible - Still own. Car is #s matching and was built with the one year only Emberglow exterior color option. It's a long term project that I doubt I will ever get to. I've estimated it will take about 25-30k in parts and labor to restore. Am open to selling. 2000 Buick Century - Sold to my brother who drove it until last year when it was scrapped. I once dreamed of dropping in a 3800sc, never was serious about it though. 1987 Pontiac Fiero GT - Still own. Finishing up a 3.4L engine swap. 2005 Chevy Cobalt LS sedan - My wife bought brand new off the lot. Drove it until last year when the transmission went out. It doesn't meet our needs or family size anymore so looking to sell. 2010 Dodge Charger SXT AWD - My daily driver. 2014 Chrysler Town and Country - My wife's daily driver.
1957 Corvette with 283 engine and 270hp (wrecked and sold for parts in 1959 or early 1960)
270 HP? Was that a non-Fuelie? My dad has a 57 that he bought when he got back from Vietnam for $900.00. It's sitting in storage now, with a LONG way to go before seeing the road. I rally want to frame swap it, and completely upgrade it mechanically. Wanting to go for the Pro-Touring/Resto-Mod thing. I have the LS1 and T-56 from my 2001 Z28 that I plan to put into it. It's an LS6 block and intake, need the LS6 heads though, and I have a cam, that I can throw in, and give it a little over 400 RWHP. The original got the 57 is long gone. It was used as a race car for a time.
Some of these lists make me sick with jealousy. I'm at work, so I can't post pics of the vehicles I do actually have pics of, but here is my short list anyway.
94 GMC Sonoma SLS Ext. Cab - Traded for 97 Camaro 97 Camaro RS (the REAL Rally Sport with the ground effects, not the basic ass Camaro everyone wants to CALL an RS) - Traded 01 Camaro Z28 - Totalled 93 Chevrolet 1500 Reg. cab Stepside - Sold 88 Mustang GT - Totalled and then stolen 07 Suzuki Hayabusa - Traded for 96 Tahoe 10 Jeep Wrangler Sport (2 door) - Currently own 96 Chevrolet Tahoe Z71 (2 door) - Currently own 87 Pontiac Fiero Base - Currently own
From the beginning: 1953 Dodge 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Four door HARDTOP (never seen another one) 1969 Torino Cobra 428 (4 speed, 4.10 positrac, factory oil cooler) 1964 Rambler American (two door, bucket seats, console) 1970 Datsun 1200 1951 Ford F-1 (flathead V8, my first total restoration 1975) 1970 LS6 SS 454 El Camino (the king of axle tramp, would lift both rear tires off the ground. Traded the F-1 for it.) 1976 Firebird 1978 Fairmont (Il Quatraporte Azul de Amor -- The Blue Four Door of Love. Traded a rubber dinghy for it. Got a wife out of the deal.) 1988 Dodge Shadow Convertible 199? Chrysler LHS 199? Mercedes 300E (what a piece of expensive junk. I danced in the street when it drove off with the new owner heading for Columbia, South America) 1989 Dodge Daytona (paid $2, had new paint, new tires and a blown freeze plug. Put in a rubber plug and drove it 4 years before I gave it to my daughter.) 1987 (I think. Last year of American Motors Jeeps) Grand Wagoneer 1973 Jeep Commando (Most dependable car I've owned. 15 years and it has NEVER failed me. Still have it.) 1995 Ford Probe GT (Twice national winner at Probe Owners meeting for Factory Stock.) 1995 Cadillac Eldorado (Great car! Gave it to my sister) 1995 Jaguar XJ6 (had to buy the Eldorado to get the Jag, Long story, luscious car. Still have it. 1986 Fiero SE
Thinking about another Grand Waggy. So cool. Have the surfboards to go on top.
------------------ FWIW, YMMV, EIEIO '86 SE, '95 XJ6, '73 C104
The list of cars Ive owned over the years is huge, that might take a while. But my current collection is here in this pic. 74 corvette 4speed 350 moderate build. 01 mustang convertible 5speed with a cobra IRS swap. 06 subaru baja turbo. Then the 88 fiero added this week https://scontent-iad3-1.xx....24790523&oe=59EA8858 [url=]https://scontent-iad3-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.0-8/18839563_1933114020235130_405355773285249803_o.jpg?oh=b4dbf6b1e0111c8f478172f824790523&oe=59EA8858 [/url]
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Whats w all the yuge vans? Ill try to remember em all in order, most r cheap clunkers 71 bug 74 bug 83 z28 71 bug 76 granada 84 nissan pickup 91 tbird sc 71 bug 89 tbird sc 89 civic hb 66 bug 69 bug 84 fiero 84 fiero 89 tempo 89 toyota pickup 88 mbz 300e 06 silverado 04 f250 dizzle 04 mbz s500 66 t-top mustang 86 fiero f40 body I know theres a few more in there
Besides the Fiero, current vehicles include 2007 Corvette and 2011 ZX6R. Currently actively looking for a Porsche 928 to add to the garage and maybe an FC RX7 S5 89-92 if I can find a clean one. Vehicles owned would take to long to remember and list.
Won’t even attempt to list all the different vehicle so I won’t. I have owned19 different Fieros. 21 if you count two that I have owned twice. Currently, the stable has the previously mentioned Fieros, both are 88 formulas, one is a CJB T top.
I currently have two Dodge Ram diesel trucks, five transport trailers. Two FIERO’s and a Honda Valkyrie that I claim plus a Ford tractor. The wife has her own fleet.
Isn't it strange that after a bombing, everyone blames the bomber, his upbringing, his environment, his culture, his mental state but … after a shooting, the problem is the gun.... Open your frigg'n minds, think about all the other tools that can be made into WMDs.
I sincerely hope that life is never discovered on another planet because, sure as hell Progressives and Socialists will want to send them money.
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1972 Blazer- 1 ton axles, 9" suspension lift, tpi zz4 1976 Cobra II- sitting in the garage waiting for me to get to it 2000 Silverado- totaled, waiting to be parted out 2004 Sierra- Whippled Lq4, 4l80e, 6 lug 14 bolt 1999 Corvette FRC- stroked and cammed 2014 SS- the new daily, trying to keep it stock
Might be looking for a new winter ride, and definetly looking for a new bike for next year.
For 3 wheelers: 1986 Atc250r- 310 pv, -1 WestCoast Swinger, lo pro fenders 1985 Atc350x- 400ex carb, +2 swinger, goldies off the r 1985 Atc500x- 350x roller with Ascot/ xr500 motor
Also have a 125cc chinese pitbike that I put a 150cc motor in last year
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My list: 1957 Chevy, 2 dr hrdtp, blk/blk,23k miles. totaled in a hit & run 1957 Chevy 210 w/301 cu.in. and Edelbrock 6 rochester 2bbl. carbs. 1957 Chevy 4dr hard top, black with red interior 1957 Chevy 210 all stock w/ 6 cyl and 3 speed 1952 Jaguar XK120 1934 Ford 3 window coupe 1957 DeSoto Adventurer, original Hemi w/2X4's, gold/white 1957 Corvette, Aztec copper, F.I. and 4 speed, both tops. Turned in to a hot rod. with 350 4 bolt main and angle plug heads, M-22, 69 Corvette rear end with 4:56, Painted 16 coats of acrylic yellow and way too much to list. 1956 Corvette, 4 speed with 350 and tunnel ram 1968 Triumph Tr-250, 21k miles, totaled in a head on collision 1957 Pontiac Safari 2dr. wagon. Restored, 347 cu.in. with 3 2bbls. 29k miles and sold 1967 Corvette 427 400 HP with factory 4 speed and triple carbs. Silver with black interior 1962 Corvette, white with red interior, 300 HP and 4 speed 1962 Corvette, metallic blue, 327 and 4 speed 1962 Corvette, red, 350 LT-1 4 speed, 65 injection box, headers, American mags, Good Year tires 2008 Solstice GXP with HP upgrade, Eibach springs etc. 1984 Fiero Indy, 4 speed 1986 Fiero GT, 5 speed. Herb Adams/Koni shocks and currently getting a wide body installed. It was stored in my garage from 1988 until 2003 Red with tan. 2017 Chevrolet Silverado High Country 4 wheel drive 2006 Chevy Impala SS black/black 1962 Cadillac 1966 Falcon 1964 T-Bird 1978 Lebaron 1990 Chevrolet 454 SS pick up with .010 over cam, ported/polished heads... 1962 MGB money pit Another Tr-250 that never ran 1972 Buick station wagon with 455 and an experimental fuel injection unit (it was on it when I bought it) Three Honda CBX's and one 903 Kawasaki cafe racer. Also a 250 Honda Scrambler. 1991 Chevy Blazer with about every available option except it was 2 wheel drive and only had two doors.
Probably some others along the way and there will most likely be many more to come.