1970 Pontiac TempestReview
Absolutely The Best Car...ever! — It great, it needs paint and an engine rebuild. I have big plans for it, Its going to be a stock appearing sleeper. Its going to look bone stock (even skinny bias-ply whitewall tires and hubcaps) and run like a monster.
Pros: Runs great, looks great, just needs finished!
Cons: ...needs restored.
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