Book - How to Build Max Performance Pontiac V8s
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Starting life as a hopped-up Tempest, the 1964 Pontiac GTO featured a 389 V8, heavy-duty suspension, quick steering ratio, dual exhaust, and a floor shifter. Equipped with this performance package, the GTO set itself apart from other pedestrian coupes of the same era, and it made history. Many regard it as the first muscle car. As muscle car wars reached fevered pitch, the GTO would establish itself as one of the most prominent performance cars of the era, and from 1964-72, more than 500,000 GTOs were built.
You are shown different levels of restoration and afforded the information to select the right type of restoration for your particular car. This book covers how to verify the authenticity of your particular car, the most desirable models to restore, and option information. Like our other Restoration Series books, this new entry focuses on the actual hands-on, how-to procedures for restoring a GTO to its original condition. Each chapter illustrates the key procedures for completing a specific portion of the restoration project with detailed captions and color photographs.
How to Restore Your Pontiac GTO covers all aspects of restoration
- By Donald Keefe
- 176 pages
- Photos: 398 color
- Sold individually