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Mike Marsico

Mike and Mary Kay Marsico with their 65 GTO, Click the link to see the rest of their cars.
Paul Eichler

This is Paul's all original 67 pontiac Grand Prix w 71000 miles and all original equiptment
Kevin Horn

Member Kevin Horn's 67 GTO
Paul Lombardo

Member Paul Lombardo's 1971 Buick Skylark Convertible
Neil Nelson

Member Neil Nelson's 70 Grand Prix 468 4 speed
Rich Ozanich

Rich's GTO leaving hard at the Mid-Michigan motorplex.
Dan K.

Dan's '64 GTO, Is on the track this year turning a BEST PASS of 10.97 AT 117 MPH, Powered by an LS376/480 HP GMPP Crate Engine. See the work in Progress.
Frank Ellias

Frank's Firehawk smoking the tires at Norwalk during the Pontiac Tri-Power Nationals
Keith Seymore

1965 GTO, 09A "X" Pontiac built factory race car delivered to Van Seymore specifically for him to race through Royal Pontiac. Black/black, 389 tripower 4 speed, manual steering manual brakes. Delivered with the hood inner already cut for a ram air system and with the battery mounted in the trunk. Raced in B/Stock in 1965 and B/MP from 1967 through 1974, the car is a multi time local class winner and 5 time NHRA record holder (12.20 ET best). Stored since 1974 Dad's GTO has 4800 original miles and is in original unrestored condition ("born with" paint, interior, driveline, etc) and has been featured or mentioned in numerous enthusiast books and magazines. Photo was taken in front of the old service garage at 400 N Main Street in Royal Oak. Click to see more.
Skip Powelson's car collection

Skip's beautiful 69 GTO. See Skip's many other Pontiac's (including Pontiac limos). Click to view.
Eric Schiffer Images 2 This '68 Firebird was once owned/raced by Jim Wangers.once raced by Jim Wangers. The car was street raced, and as a 10second car in the '70's was one of Detroit's fastest. Eric has painstakingly restored the car. Shown here at the Woodward Dream Cruise. Eric also raced the car at Norwalk and Milan
Eric Schiffer 1
Eric 2
This '68 GTO has been in the family since the late 80's. Eric has painstakingly restored the car. Shown here at, the now closed, Detroit Dragway. Eric also races the car at Norwalk OH. and Milan MI.
Lance Warner Photo's This Tri-Power '66 GTO belongs to Lance Warner of Rossford Ohio. Lance and the car participated in the very first Hot Rod Power Tour. The car is all stock from the 389 cu.in. tri-power(ws), 4 speed trans, 3.70:1 positraction rear to the redline tires mounted on Ralley I wheels. Lance runs the car regularly in the Club Drag Series, best time so far is 13.88 at 98 mph on Drag Radials. Lance won the Daily Driver award at the 1996 Hot Rod Power Festival. (Photo by Scott Gossard)
Sandy Lesnick
Sandy's beautiful '68 firebird race car.
Jason Swint This photo of Jason Swint’s restored 1970 T/A at the 2005 Muscle Car shoot-out this summer The 70 T/A has 76,000 original miles. I am the 2nd owner. The car is an original RA 3 Automatic. The factory engine was blown up in June 1970 and has the dealer installed factory coded replacement block in it. The engine was rebuilt in 2000. Jason and his father did a complete restoration in 2005. Its best time at the Pure Stock Muscle Car shoot out this summer was 13.64 on street tires.  
John Swint This photo is of John Swint's restored 64 GTO at Bakers the summer of 2005
Jeff R. Jeff's '69 Firebird Sprint at Milan Dragway  
Jim-Gannes Pictued is Jim's '67 GTO at the old Detroit Dragway and at Milan Dragway This '67 GTO Convert, is equiped with, 428 HO Ram Air Royal Bobcat, automatic console, Hurst Dual Gate, Tac, gauges and rally clock, am/fm, 8 track, auto trunk release, rally I wheels, power steering, power drum brakes, sport wood streeing wheel, air conditioning, power top and a George Delorean built and maintained 428 HO Ram Air Royal Bobcat. When George had retired it was time for a rebuilt. During rebuild 428 was stolen by Milt Schorneck in 1989. 428 was recreated by famous racers, Dick Aarons (machine work) and Dave Kanners(assembly). Later added power seats and tilt steering column. The complete executive HOT ROD.  
Mike Kidd 1

Mike Kidd 2

70 Firebird, 478 Pontiac w/ CNC ported E heads, pump gas, 200 4R trans, 3.42 gears,
best ET to date 11.03 @ 123 at Lapeer.  
Mike Kidd

97 WS6 6 speed
Best ET to date is 13.25 @ 107
Aleta Kidd

2012 Mustang GT 5.0
Best ET to date 12.53 @ 112

Lorin Budzinski

1981 GP - 455 Pont. with ported Edelbrock heads 850 Carb on Performer RPM intake with E85 fuel. Comp Cams Magnum series street cam (roller) Full exhaust to rear bumper (3" pipe through Dynamax welded mufflers) Turbo 400 trans with 10" Holeshot type converter. 3.5:1 rear Ford 9" rearend with Detroit Locker 9X27 DOT Hoosier tires
Best ET to date: 10.70 @ 122.5
Frequently street driven until recently. (E85 hard to find at this time).
Doug M

Doug's Sweet '70 GTO Click on his name to see the '74 Formula 400 under restoration and his LeMans
Jerry Brock 1994,1997,1998,1999,2001 and 2005 King of the Hill winner
Ted and Kristie Hansen The "Hot Flash"
Larry Vartanian Larry V.'s '71 Grand Prix with a Owner built 469 c.i. Pontiac motor with iron heads pushes the 4100 lb car to a 11.57 @ 114 MPH at Milan in 2003. This show worthey street driven car. Enlarge thumbnail to see the ghost flame paint job, and the "air" under the left front tire.
Glenn Waineo '89 Turbo Trans Am Best Run 12.367 at 109.9 MPH  
Jerry Lendzion Home Built by Jerry 3 yrs. 69F-Bird w/68quarters, Street Legal, Thru-mufflers Best 1/4 mile E.T. 9.17 @ 148 mph Jerry races the car at Norwalk, Ubly and Milan
Bryan Crone
The Story
This car has been "in the family" since new. In 1977 the LeMans became my graduation gift. It ran a blinding 17.1 at 85 mph. Best time to date 10.77 at 127.7 on motor. No time with nitrous oxide use yet  
Kim Reed
This 73 Formula 455 is one of the 553 original Ram Air cars manufactured in 1973 before the WU3 ram air option was discontinued. It has been restored as a frame off. Original 455 is rebuilt and in the car. The car was repainted its original Burma Brown metallic color using all BASF refinish products. If you can believe it, the original owner was an older lady ( although I guess she was much younger when she bought the car new over 30 years ago) !  
Kim Reed
My intention had been to find a low optioned unmolested rust free 1969 Grand Prix with the expectation I would find it in the South. This car actually turned up in Sudbury Ontario ( oil sprayed and garage stored) . Although a tune up and fresh coat of paint would have made it nice, I took it all apart and restored it. I replaced the 400 engine with a built 428 and installed factory tach and gauges all from a wrecked 69 SJ, added 3 inch exhaust and finally a 12 bolt posi from a 72 SJ. Other than that it is very stock. A little loud and a best ET of 12.50 @ 108mph  
Steve Lemieux This 68 firebird 400 convertible autumn bronze is a stunning Car! And it see's the track too.  
Ron Meyers The car is a '66 GTO that's been modified. I found this Indiana car on EBay in 2003 and had the opportunity to carefully look it over before handing the previous owner a check. It had 32 K original miles and a numbers matching 389 Engine. It has been repainted once but will need to be properly done in the near future. I installed a Butler Performance stroked 400 (467 cu.in.) with a reworked TH400. A Coan converter compliments the trans. I found a 12 bolt and added a Richmond 3:55 gear set with an Eaton Posi. Doug's Headers and Dynomax mufflers help the ported heads with expelling the exhaust gases. I raced the car with the new motor at the Ames Performance Tri-Power Nationals in Norwalk August 2005 and ran a best 12.71 @110 mph on street tires. With some good tires and a little tuning, the Goat is now in the 11's, with a best of 11.93 @112.5 mph. My thanks to all the Royal Pontiac Club members that helped me with this project.  
Alan F.
Car is a 67 Silverglaze GTO. It is highly optioned with: Cordova top, AM & FM radio, 8 track tape player-stereo, defogger-rear window, guards-door edge, mirror-visor vanity, mirror-o/s remote control, lamp-luggage, lamp-roof rail & reading, lamp-underhood, lamp-ignition switch, rally guage cluster & tachometer, rally I wheel (not on in picture), console, deck lid-remote control, power steering-wonder touch, disc brakes-front, glass-soft ray tint all windows, power windows, power bucket seat, differential-saf-t-track, turbo-hydramatic trans. I've upgraded the motor to the HO specs with a Cliff Ruggles Q-jet on top. We are the third owners and have put about 30,000 miles on it since we've owned it. Its not a drag car but we do drive it!  
Kevin & Fran Upton
The Story
2001 Grand Prix GTP Purchased new March 2001 as GTP with the SLP GTX package. It's the daily driver, over 166,000 miles and no garage. It's made over 600 1/4 miles passes in the last 6 seasons with a best 12.20 @ 109.34 and a 1.65 60 foot.  
Jon Tomkin

The Story
Jon Tomkins '32 Bantom Roadster.  
Dave Harrelson

Under Repair
Pictued is Dave's 73 TA that will be back together in a couple weeks following an electrical fire at Duggan’s 2 weeks before the Woodward Cruise 2006.  
Len Stein

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I bought it as you see it I can Wax and put gas in it as well as anyone Unfortunatly I do not have the skills to restore a car

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