Unveiling the 1966 Pontiac 2+2 Restomod: A Masterpiece by Roadster Shop
Prepare to be captivated by the extraordinary craftsmanship of the Mundelein (Illinois) team at Roadster Shop as they present a truly special creation – a Restomod like no other. Behold the rare 2+2 Pontiac, born in 1966, which underwent a remarkable transformation under the hands of these skilled artisans.
This vintage beauty has been graced with a modern touch, featuring the unconventional “Fast Track IRS” chassis, replacing its original B-body counterpart. The car retains its breathtaking original Marina turquoise paint, complemented by an abundance of chrome detailing. Notably, the eight wheel bolts and the new rims from the Greening Auto Company are meticulously chrome-plated to harmonize with the vehicle’s aesthetic.
Inside, the transformation continues with a bespoke center console wrapped in luxurious green leather. The cabin seamlessly merges classic elegance with contemporary functionality, boasting a touchscreen and a cutting-edge LCD prototype. Miranda Built played a pivotal role in redesigning the interior, complete with Dakota digital displays for a polished finish.
The pièce de résistance lies under the hood – a Wegner Automotive 376 cc V8 compressor engine, delivering a staggering 750 horsepower. The video accompanying this unveiling is the perfect visual testament to the vintage car’s newfound prowess.
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