Today we are in 1967 with the radical facelift of newly released Pontiac Bonneville. The styling was recognizable from previous model by different headlights, taillights, straighter body shape and interior layout all together.
GM corporate order that took effect with the 1967 model year led Pontiac to discontinue the Tri-Power engine options on all of its cars. That year also brought a larger 6.6 L V8 as the standard engine for Bonnevilles and other full-sized Pontiacs, while the bigger 6.9 L V8 was replaced by a new 7.0 L engine that offered impressive 390 horsepower.
Unfortunately the model couldn't reach sales numbers of its predecessor from 1966 as all Bonnevilles released after, which you will see in the coming days 😊
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Planning on pulling the 305 this eve. The engine I picked up is exactly what my 87 k10 started out with. It's a 91 tbi with low miles and no known issues as of yet. The two bolt main sbc will be plenty for this build as I do not plan on needing more than 5500 revs. Gas station intimidation and good cruising characteristics are high priority with this build. The car is just to bulky for me to want it going faster than 80 mph 😂plans are a 4 barrel carb and a dual plane intake manifold as a true tbi swap into a factory carburetor car is more of a wiring hassle than I want to deal with. I also have a luinati voodoo 268 cam for it. 110 lsa so it should thump a little.
Really looking forward to get it going properly so I can start on the cosmetic end of things as plans are grand.
Most important piece of the build is done tho. Fuzzy dice in the dash. 😁