1963 Pontiac LeMans Restomod. This triple black car in race mode is
a 9 second car. This shows the car in race form with slicks. Full
race motor, fuel cell, 10 point full roll cage, two seats. Turbo
Hydro with in dash stall control. Fully Tubed - finest workman ship
Have street tires and side pipes. Much of this build was done by
Zombie Racing in Flint, MI. The car features Mustang rack & pinion,
Chassis-Works A arms. Strange disc brakes & Koni adjustable coil
over shocks on all corners, Ten point cage TIG weldwd and certified
to 7.50 seconds. A custom frame (original 2x3), Morrison backhalf
with Top Gun four link. It uses a DynoTech drive shaft, Moser 9'
Ford center with 5.14 spool & spline Strange axels. Weld wheels
front & rear. Engine is a 455 Pontiac block bored to 4.210; Lifter
valley reinforced; Lifter bores w/ bronze bushings; Rods are Bill
Milles aluminum, 7.125'; Pistons are JE. The crank is offset ground
Pontiac, radius ground, polished, with a 3.85 stroke. The cubic
inch yield with this combination is 429. The camshaft is a custom
Cam Motion grind. Pushrods are custom CVs. The rocker-shafts are
Jesel with a 1.7 ratio. The heads are Wenzel series II that have
had significant work. The intake is a Vector Jr. w/ a Holly 1050
Dominator. Ignition is MSD 7AL with a MSD crank trigger and shift
light. Cooling is provided by a Meziere electric water pump with a
Griffin aluminum radiator. The transmission is a Turbo 400 built-up
by Coan. The converter is Coan reworked by Neal Chance as a both
together unit with a 5400 stall. In the interior, all the gauges
are Autometer with a Painless wiring setup. The seats are Jazz with
leather covers. It has a five point harness by Simpson. The shifter
is from Cheeta Turbo Action with a reverse pattern. It uses a Line
lock, trans-brake and a 2 step launch control. This car has been
features in the Pontiac magazine POCI. The editor ended the article
stating: 'I can attest to how perfect this body is and the
1963 Pontiac LeMans
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