Additional photos available on I-95 Muscle's website.
Alright all you street/strip fans. We have a treat for you today!
This is a 1971 Pontiac Ventura. Basically it's Pontiac's version of
a Nova. This Ventura has way too many upgrades though so here is a
short list of some of the stuff this thing has. It starts with a
385 stroker engine with some Keith Black flat top pistons, upgraded
rods and stroker crank, competition roller rockers (ratio is 1.5
intake and 1.6 exhaust) Lunati Camshaft (Solid lifter cam) Taylor
push rods, ATI Balancer, Victor Jr. Intake, Iron Eagle heads,
Hooker long tubes, 750 CFM Holley Double Pumper, Holley Blue Fuel
Pump with regulator, MSD 6AL, Jegster 10 point rollcage, Traction
bars, Jegs subframe connectors, TH350 with 11 inch TCI Torque
Converter, 8.5" 10 bolt rear end with richmond ring and pinion
(mini spooled 4.56), G-force 5 point seatbelts, Summit racing seats
with covers, Weld Draglite Aluminum wheels and a Moroso deep sump
oil pan. I'm sure there's a number of things I'm missing and I
haven't even touched on the fact that this is one of the coolest
era correct drag car paint jobs we've had through here. If you're
looking for an impressive car on the dragstrip, or the street, then
look no further. Come check this thing out today. Financing is easy
and trades are welcome.
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