The red, white, and blue theme was continued inside where the white upholstery bore bold stripes both front and back. Click image to see the full size drawing. Grand Am came standard with a 170-horsepower 400-cubic-inch V-8 with two-barrel carburetor. This is possibly the rarest thing we've ever shown at The Drag Racing List -- Ron Pellegrini's original drawing for Mickey Thompson's revolutionary Revelleader Pontiac Grand Am funny car. The dash has several cracks see pics. The original front nose became dry and brittle with age and fell apart when I first washed the car.
But the cars of the early 1970s, built before the oil embargoes and Japanese imports rewrote the rules of the game, are the latest—and among the cheapest—models radiating the bedrock confidence of the Big Three, and they mark the end of an era of American supremacy. New for 1979 was a four-speed manual available with the 150-horsepower 301 four-barrel in 49 states. Strato bucket seats in cloth or Morrokide upholstery were standard equipment along with a center console with floor shifter for the Turbo Hydra-matic transmission. Don't post your car for sale in the comments. Sedan Y 8-455 4 Bar.
For 1999, all the Grand Ams featured a four-speed automatic transmission. I'll keep my eye out for anything your searching for. Compression had been dropped again to 8. It has alot of power, ounds greatand everything works including the factory power sunroof. The Grand Prix contributed interior luxury, including the rich-looking dashboard with full gauges and genuine Crossfire Mahogany wood trim. Convertible X 8-455 4 Bar. Find sources: — · · · · November 2018 Fourth generation Overview Production 1991—1998 1992—1998 Assembly , Body and chassis Related Powertrain 2.
Again, he rest of the body is in good condition. Once you get one small crack they go south quickly. Archived from on 10 May 2013. In addition to federal emissions regulations that reduced performance, new federal standards required a 5mph 8. Pontiac also produced a single 1973 Grand Am station wagon as a feasibility study. Grand Ams also were among the first U.
Sales were down more than 50 percent due to the , and while the recession continued, prices increased for all 1974 model cars. I also noticed a few well known names who posted several times a week all of a sudden dropped off the site. For 1999, all the Grand Ams featured a four-speed automatic transmission. The combination of numerically lower rear axle ratios to improve fuel economy and 1975 federal emissions standards all but killed performance, which was the final nail in the coffin for the muscle car era. The car came with a Landau vinyl top which was removed long ago because of rust forming under the top. Throughout his career, Milcarek has continued to push the envelope and his efforts have resulted in countless images that are unforgettable.
One owner from new until late 2013. The site is not the same anymore. It is in the background of that race where there is a railline which passes by the back straight grandstands. Click image to see the full size drawing. However, have many more photos of the car including photos of under the car and photos of the car when it was in long term storage. This car was ordered new in October 1973, uilt in December 1973 and delivered in Feburary 1974. A limited amount of these Funny Cars were produced in 1973, and one was campaigned by Mickey Thompson.
The rear suspension is a more refined Multi-link design. After being stored for over 30 years, ome fresh gas and a tuneup brought the car back to life. Bidders with zero feedback, r new Ebay bidders, lease contact me before you bid or the bid may be removed. Engines were also detuned to meet the with the dropping to a new low of 7. One thing to note on the Revelleader is the chassis it is sitting on is from Mickey Thompson's 1970 Maverick funny car which had been wrecked. Sport Coupe W 8-455 4 Bar.
Also a factor leading to the Grand Am's cancellation were plans for all 1976 Pontiac A-body cars receiving the new rectangular headlights which would necessitate a complete redesign of the Grand Am's urethane nose and Pontiac officials decided that the expense of such a redesign could not be justified based on low production numbers. It was based on the. He had a hot Grand Prix also that was a lot of fun to drive. The Grand Am shared the same front-wheel drive platform as the renamed in 1987 and the. The body is in good condition with no major rust areas. The length was shortened slightly, but the wheelbase grew by more than three inches 76 mm.