So, what do you do when you have an uber-clean 1969 Pontiac GTO that you want to drive in the modern world? You give it a period-perfect Mayfair Maize paint job, use as many original components as possible, stuff it with a performance-built 469 V8, a Tremec 5-speed gearbox, reinforce the chassis and augment the suspension, and then go out and hunt Mustangs. Fast and fun, this Goat Restomod isn’t saddled with a weighty pedigree and instead offers a cool high-tech look and all the fun you’d expect from Pontiac’s best performer.
The extensive restoration work continued inside, where beautifully sculpted black leather buckets were swapped-in from a later-model Pontiac. The rear seat was upholstered to match, and the intricate white stitching on the seats shows off how the top quality of these hides. Matching new door panels, a taut headliner above, and plush black carpets that fit better than most kits were neatly installed and look almost completely unused.
1 compression ratio. Fully sorted and tuned just right, it cackles like something that escaped from a cage and pulls the GTO around without much effort, breathing easing through the functional Ram Air IV hood. Also note the custom valve covers, March billet serpentine system, full MSD ignition, and the huge aluminum radiator and dual electric fans that keeps the whole show nice and cool.
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