1971 Pontiac Ventura Review
Worth Keeping-not Selling — This car is the new addition to my Pontiac family. Needs work but he's got potential. Has a turbo 350 trans, but no engine. Interior needs some work as well as some body work. Overall a good solid car for the price I paid for it.
Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)
Cons: I'll let ya know.
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