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Tim Witter- Founder of Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1980 Chevy Malibu wagon. It has '96 Ford Orange paint, with 6 layers of PPG gold pearl. It spins 17" Edelbrock polished aluminum wheels, wrapped in Kumho Ecsta Supra 255/45 ZR tires. It has a roll pan, chrome accents, the rear doors are welded shut, and the hood ornament is shaved off. Inside, it has newly installed carpet on the floor all the way back to the tailgate, bucket seats from a 1987 Buick Turbo-T, a mahogany Grant steering wheel, and a new stereo system. The suspension is all stock. Under the hood lies the original 267 c.i. V8, backed by a TH-350 trans., and the original 7.5" 3.08 geared rear-end. Definite plans include a warmed-up Chevy 350 c.i. small block-about 360 hp, 400 lb. ft. tq., 700-R-4 transmission with shift kit and B&M Hammer shifter. Also, a 7.5" rear with 3.73 gears and posi will make it into the "Bu. That combo should run a high 12 or low 13 second 1/4 mile.

Larry Vaughn- member #2 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1986 Buick Regal T-Type. This car is all original except for the K&N air filter, and all regular wear and tear items. It has only 34,000 original miles on it! Everything is according to stock specs. Inside the car is all original. Under the hood of this 1986 muscle car resides a 3.8 liter turbocharged and intercooled V6. This is all backed by a 200-4-R transmission, and an 8.5" 3.42 geared rear-end. It has the original paint, trim and wheels. The T-Type has cyped Road Hugger Radial tires on it, and will hook up in almost any weather condition.

Jon Witter- member #3 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1968 Buick Skylark. This bird is anything but stock. On the outside, it is coated with Candy Apple Red paint, chrome trim, and 15" Weld Draglite wheels wrapped in BFGoodrich Radial T/A tires. These hook up very well. It has a 8.5" 3.73 geared rear-end from a '68 Chevelle, and a TH-350 transmission. Inside, it is all original except for the Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo. The Skylark still has the original Sonomatic AM radio in it's stock location, and the stereo is mounted under the dash. This hooks up to Kenwood rear 200 watt 6"x9" speakers, and a 12" 300 watt JL Audio subwoofer powered by a 350 watt amp. This car is a work in progress, and I am very excited to see the outcome of it when it is finished. (Yeah Right! It's never finished!) Jon just got his hands on a super-rare 1987 Buick Regal Turbo-T. More info to come soon.

Chris Kranich- member #4 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1983 Chevy Malibu Sedan. Unfortunately, the engine in Chris' wagon blew, and he couldn't repair it. Chris recovered from the loss and bought himself a 1983 Malibu sedan. More info will be posted when it's available.

Chris Reed- member #5 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1982 Buick Regal 455. This car is blue in color, and has a 71 455 Big Block V8 under the hood from a '71 Buick Riviera. It has the doghouse of a Grand National on it, and it has the Grand Nat'l tail lenses. The interior is stock. Also, it has the Grand National wheels on it. This car will SLAM you back in the seat already, even though it is just a step above stock with an Edelbrock intake and an 800 cfm quadrajet carb., and Poston headers. Chris plans to "beef" it up even more in the future.

John larkin- member #6 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1987 Buick Grand National more info and pics coming soon.

Tony Taylor- member #7 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1984 Buick Grand National. More info/pics coming soon.

Tom Brown- member #9 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1987 Buick Grand National. Tom has added 40 lb. injectors, a 307 Walbro fuel pump, PTE 51 turbo with .63 exhaust, a 3" Terry Houston downpipe, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, CAS V4 intercooler, 70mm precision plenum, RJC plenum power plate, and a Coan 200-4-R trans., with a 3200 RPM lock up converter. Tom's best run in the 1/4 mile was a 12.06@109.2, with a 60 ft. time of 1.67 secs.

Josh Borga member #10 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1987 Buick Regal Turbo-T. Josh's upgrades to his "T" include a PT-54 turbo, CAS front mount intercooler, 218/212 comp cam, ATR 3" downpipe, 3" single exhaust with Dynomax Bullit muffler, 50 lb. injectors, RA hotwired fuel pump, RA volt booster, K&N air filter with homemade cold air kit, ATR springs, Joe Lubrant chip, 9/11 3200 stall converter from Performance Transmission, and other little, but normal upgrades like guages, CD player, etc. Josh bought the car with 52,000 miles on the clock, and just turned 100,000. Josh hasn't run the car with the above listed combo, but before he installed some of the bigger items, he ran a 12.76@109 in the 1/4 mile. Josh now hopes to reach the mid 11's down the strip when he takes it to the track next time.

Larry Benefield member #11 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1987 Buick Grand National. More to come on this car.

Paul Ward- member #14 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 3 cars- 1985 Buick Grand National, 1978 Chevy ElCamino, 1970 Buick GS 455. More info to come.

Rick Joest- member # 15 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1986 Buick Grand National, and 1987 Buick Grand National. Rick has added a few power upgrades to his GN. These include: PTE Front mount intercooler, MSD 50's, THDP, ATR 3" SS, PTE 51 turbo, Poston headers, Metco lower's, BstC, SMC alcohol, 9/11 torque converter, "Killer Street" TCI Transmission, and a translator with an LT1 Mass Air Flow sensor. Rick has also upgraded the interior, and put leather all over. Rick's best run in the 1/4 mile is an 11.6@114.56 mph, with a short time of 1.595. Once again, these turbo V6 Buicks can outrun just about any Big Block around!

Bill Moller- member #16 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1987 Buick Grand National. As it sits, Bill's car has only 28K on the clock, and it looks showroom new. Bill's GN has T-Tops and posi, a much needed item for these V6 muscle cars. Bill has added a few normal mods to his B-B-B-ad to the Bone Grand National. These include body braces, rear seat braces, Tin Man 4" cold air intake, ATR 2.5" stainless steel exhaust, 3" aluminum driveshaft, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, and a Red Armstrong 93 Street Chip. Bill also runs an SMC alky kit to kick it up a notch.

Rick Raisor- member #17 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1980 Chevy Malibu. Rick has bolted on an '81 front clip, applied '99 Corvette White paint, and juiced up the engine. It is a 350 4-bolt main, with comp cam, Edelbrock Performer intake and carb, and also a Pete Jackson gear drive to make people think "WHAT THE HELL IS IN THAT!?!?!?". Also, Rick took the vinyl top away, along with the emblems, and also bolted on a set of 15"x6" rims up front with 195-70R15 tires, and 16"x7"s out back wrapped in 255-65R16 meat. Other mods to Rick's 'Bu include a Goodmark steel cowl hood, headers, and a 3" Spintech Camaro muffler, along with a 200-4-R tranny, and an 8.5" rear with 3.73 gears. Rick plans to do a full frame off resto when he gets out of college.

Scott Marley- member #19 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. Scott has a 1976 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. More info will be posted on his ride.

David Jackson- member #21 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. David's ride is a 1986 Olds Cutlass Supreme. More info will be posted soon.

Aaron Rode- member #22 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1970 Chevy Monte Carlo. Aaron has a SWEET Monte Carlo. He built it from the ground up pretty much. He bought 2 '70 Montes, and built one good car out of them. More info to come on this car.

Lee Hansen-member #25 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1981 Chevy Malibu wagon. Lee has done countless upgrades to his wagon, and the best of them are a 408 small block Chevy with World product heads- 10:1 compression, Comp Cam, aluminum roller rockers, Edelbrock Air-Gap intake, 770 cfm Holley carb., electric fans, just to name a few engine mods. He has also dropped in a 700-R4 tranny with a 2400 stall converter, and a sandblasted & epoxy painted 8.5" rear from a Grand National. Keeping this shaggin' wagon on the ground is a set of 17"x8" Centerline wheels and 235/45ZR's up front and 17"x9.5" Centerlines with 255/40ZR's out back, with Yokohama tires filling all four corners. The wagon is dropped 2" all around. Lee has also had the interior redone, and added a sound system to the mix. Lee's wagon was dynoed @ 404 horses and 466 lb.ft. of torque. That's a stump puller, if I do say so myself! Lee hasn't run the wagon yet, but he is hoping for at least mid 12's in the 1/4 when he gets to get out to the track. As you can see from the picture, he likes to light 'em up!

Steve Nelson-member #26 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1984 Buick Grand National. More info to come

Ken Pote-member #27 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1979 Chevrolet El Camino. Ken's Elky shows just over 70,000 miles on the clock and has the original 305 V8. It has a three speed TH-350 transmisson, also original. Everything on the whole car is original or NOS. The inside is in immaculate conditon, and has power everything, tilt wheel, air conditioning, etc... The only things replaced on Ken's "Cowboy Cadillac" are a set of chrome valve covers and normal wear and tear items. Ken plans to keep the Elky looking original, maybe doing a few mods that will increase it's overall look like dressing up the engine, etc...

Tom Yeager-member #28 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1976 Chevrolet Malibu. Tom has modified his 'Bu pretty extensively considering that it's a 4-door. Starting the mods include a 350 small block bored .30 over, decked .25, with a street cam, Edlebrock 600 carb., Weiand intake, Pete Jackson geardrive, and Keith Black flat top pistons. Backing this up is a stock TH-350 tranny, and original rearend with Auburn limited slip and 3.73 Richmond gears. Grabbing the power put to the ground (375 for those of you interested!) is a set of stock 15x7 ralley wheels with Goodyear Eagle ST's wrapped around them. I'd say that Tom has quite a nice, sleeper grocery getter!

Terry N. Lamey- member #29 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1984 Hurst/Olds. Here's Terry's description. Car #252 out of 3500 with the rare "naugahyde" Red Maple interior. This Florida H/O has been totally restored by one of the top restoration shops in the country. The restoration matches GM stock specs and the car has a pristine paint job as well as an NOS GM stripe kit. This car took 2nd place 3years in a row at the Oldsmobile Homecoming Show in Lansing, MI and has numerous 1st place awards as well. Options include power windows, power locks, tilt wheel, cruise control, AM/FM stereo cassette w/ EQ and t-tops w/ covers. The Hurst Lightning Rods have been rebuilt and it has a new 4-speed shifter top plate. This car also had the honor of being on display with the Hurst/Olds exhibit at the R.E. Olds Museum in 1999/2000. Finally, a unique police strobe kit package has been installed for parade functions and the like. You can't see a thing until you flip a switch, then you have an immediate attention getter!

Ron Richardson & Sheri Bowron-member #30 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1967 Pontiac LeMans. Here's the description: California built and raised 1967 Pontiac LeMans with original 326 V8 backed by TH350 Automatic transmission. Engine upgrades include 389 Pontiac Intake, Edelbrock 650 cfm Carb and K&N Air filter and X-Stream lid, JET-Coated Hooker Competition headers connected to a Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust with 30-Series Mufflers. More to come in the near future.

Joe Niesse-member #31 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club. 1983 Oldsmobile Hurst/Olds. More info posted soon.

Clarence Craig-member #32 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1971 Chevelle SS convertible. More info on its way.

Joe Clarke-member #33 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club- 1978 Chevy Malibu. More to come soon.

Fritz Moser-member #34 of the Indy GM A/G Body Car Club-1987 Oldsmobile Cutlass. Fritz's Cutlass is in the process of being restored back to original specs. More info to come when it is available.

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