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For Sale: 1973 Pontiac Grand Prix in Wake Forest, North Carolina
Frame off rotisseri restoration (separate body from frame, then put body on rotisseri)
Suspension was completely removed from frame and then blasted, primed and painted a satin black.
Installed all new Detroit speed front and rear suspension
Bottom of body was cleaned and painted with 3M body Schultz coating
All body panels were repaired to remove any imperfections and then primed and blocked straight before applying 4 coats of PPG black base paint followed by 4 coats of PPG clear and then completely color sanded and buffed to remove any orange peel and trash that got in paint.
Custom black leather interior with red stitching.
Hydro dipped carbon fiber dash and door panels.
GM LSA super charged and inter cooled 580hp crate motor.
GM 4L85E automatic overdrive transmission.
3.73 rear gears and posi-traction
Griffin aluminum radiator for LS conversion
LSX Concepts accessory drive system
Flow master headers
Custom 2.5” stainless exhaust system by RJs custom piping
Pypes Electric cutouts
Vintage Air ac/heat/defrost system
Dakota Digital VHX gauges
Billet Specialties custom 20” wheels. 10” rear and 8” front Red Line tires.
4 wheel disc brakes using all GM components
Pioneer 7” touch screen stereo with 2 Digital Design 8” subwoofers and 4 Hybrid Audio speakers.
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