GMC Sprint specs: 1973-1977

GMC Sprint specs: 1973-1977 Platform: A-body Trim Levels: base (1973-1977) Custom (1973 only) Classic (1974-1977) High Sierra (1973-1975) Sierra Madre Del Sur (1976-1977) SP (1973-1977) Body Styles: sedan style pickup Wheelbase: 116.0″ F/R Track Width: 61.5″/60.7″ Overall Length: 215.2″ Cargo Bed Length: 80.75″ Overall Width: 76.5″ Overall Height: 53.75″ Turning Circle: not published Drag Coefficient: […]
Continue reading…

 

Buick Gran Sport specs: 1965

Buick Gran Sport specs: 1965 The Gran Sport itself was the performance option package for the Skylark, though the Riviera also had a package of the same name. The 401 V8 under the hood was marketed as a ‘400’. Platform: A-body Trim Levels: base Body Styles: post coupe hardtop coupe convertible Wheelbase: 115.0″ F/R Track […]
Continue reading…

 

Pontiac GTO specs: 1964

Pontiac GTO specs: 1964 The Pontiac GTO itself was the performance option package for the Tempest… Platform: A-body Trim Levels: base Royal Bobcat- Famed dealer package from Royal Pontiac in Royal Oak, MI… Changes included larger carb jets, modified throttle linkage, re-curved distributor, thin head gaskets from a 421 for more compression, fiber-locknuts on the […]
Continue reading…

 

Buick Regal Coupe specs: 1976-1977

Buick Regal Coupe specs: 1976-1977 Like the Century and Century Custom, the Regal had two distinct variants for 1976-1977. The sedan and station wagons kept the basic 1973-1975 appearance, while all coupe variants got a new boxier appearance. The Regal was noticeably different than the Century coupes via its straight up/down nose it was equipped […]
Continue reading…

 

Buick Century Coupe specs: 1976-1977

Buick Century Coupe specs: 1976-1977 This page was created to point out the Century that diverted off the normal path, the 1976-1977 Buick Century coupe. Because these weren’t the ‘conformity coupes’ of ’73-’75. The previous coupes shared a front end with the sedans/station wagons. The taillights were shared with the sedans, but the coupe went […]
Continue reading…