Not going to be warm enough to wash her up until Friday or Saturday, then new pictures. The lightning rods were not stock shifters for it, they were an Oldsmobile shifter for a few years. Ordering parts for it now. Top and battery tray first. I'm trying to load a video of this running, it has such an amazing sound to it. This is my first Pontiac. The 400 has it's own sound, nothing like my SBC's or my Chrysler 383's. Loving that. We don't worry about the price of gas anymore when it comes to this. Diesel yes, gas no. It's not a perfect show car, but looking forward to getting it straight mechanically and driving it like it was stolen.
Nice looking. Back in '93 me and a buddy redid his 66 GTO. New complete 1/4 panels, full paint job, it was beautiful. Firstt time out he blew up the engine. Rebuilt a beast of an engine but sold it before he got it back together. I was maddddd at him. Yours reminds me of his soo much. Have fun, I know warm weather and saltless roads can't come soon enough for you.
Fixed it. Imgetting old. The lightning rods didn't stick around long for some reason, they jest never caught on. They were very expensive. I purchased a set and installed them in my '69 blown corvette for about three weeks. had a friend borrow them when i put the 'veto up for the winter. Havent seen themor him since.LOL
Wow, he disappeared on you . I'd hunt him down, but how many years ago was that. I kind of like the lightning rods, they are unique. And you can just drive it like a regular shifter as well. Cool factor plus practicle.