Here are some photos of my 1974 Pontiac GTO. I bought the car in the Fall of 2005. I had it painted and running June 2006. When I bought the car the front and end and original engine were rebuilt. I added a set of #16 428HO heads and a Comp camshaft and Edelbrock performer intake to the original 350, and it ran great, unfortunately the rebuild wasn't too strong and I broke a crankshaft, destroying the original block. I have since built a 455 using the above top end with Long branch cast iron headers and I am back on the road.
"I have tried to limit my modifications to Pontiac-only performance pieces. I have the '68 hood tach, early lug nuts and PMD center caps, and plan to add 15 X 7 rally wheels. Inside I added the 1969 GTO deluxe Walnut steering wheel and shift knob, along with an aftermarket engine-turned aluminum dash applique. Suspension is basically stock with larger front and rear sway bars, and heavy duty springs. It's a nice combination that is fun to drive with 4 speed manual and operating hood scoop