The Cars

This page is about all of our family owned cars, and a little background information on each one. This page could take a while to read so, enjoy!

    1998 Pontiac Trans Am 
    We bought this car new, and it is in beautiful condition. Under the hood you'll find a 5.7 liter LS1 putting out around 300 horses and around the same torque. Its an 4 speed automatic and the car runs beautifully, and accelerates well when you ask it to. Sadly the car rarely gets used lately because of our new G8 and Solstice. Clyde has been talking about possibly selling it so Contact us if your interested. That's it for the 98 now on to our next car.

    2001 Pontiac Trans Am ws6
    This was recently acquired and we all love it. It's powered by a 5.7 liter lS1, which puts it's power down to the pavement with the help of a Hurst equipped Tremec T56 manual gearbox, Torsen Type 2 Traction differential, and a massive set of 275/40/17 rear tires, put the pedal to the floor and you'll be forced into your seat by 325 furious ponies, and with 350 lb ft of torque on tap it's sure to pull hard in any gear. Needless to say it's unbelievably fast, and not just in a straight line. At all four corners this Firebird wears 275/40/17 rubber, and the stiff stuff is not to be ignored, here we call upon the DeCarbon shock absorbers and a 32mm front sway bar to make sure this car has no problems keeping itself firmly attached to even the twistiest of roads.  The braking force is also excellent, The dual piston calipers, and 12 inch rotors at all four corners will aide in ripping your eyeballs out of their sockets at full stopping power these truly complete the performance package. Overall one of our  favorite cars we own and a fantastic addition to the family.

    2007 Pontiac Solstice

We bought this 2007 Pontiac Solstice a few years ago and we love it! We picked it up in mid 2010 with 5000 miles on the clock. We immediately addressed a few concerns with the power train.
After much driving we realized that we we're would be  more than satisfied with the chassis for a while. The braking is provided by rotors and calipers that seem oddly large for the size of the car, so stopping this light vehicle isn't a problem. The only problem that we could find with the Solstice was that it had  seemingly sluggish throttle response in anything other than first gear, so we started to look at ways to let it breathe better and unlock the naturally aspirated motor that hid under that long hood. We decided on installing a K&N cold air intake with a dry charger to help the little motor inhale quite a bit easier. Then we fitted a two and a half inch Magnaflow performance exhaust under the car to help it exhale better. We turned to the guys at Vector Motorsports to get us a specially tuned ECU that would accommodate running 93 octane, the K&N cold air intake, and the larger more free-flowing exhaust. The results both measured in performance and sound are incredible the car now pushes hard out of corners and will break the tires free with ease in second gear if there is anything less than perfectly dry pavement.  The low stance,  more responsive engine and copious amounts of rubber between the car and the ground make this Pontiac Solstice a serious back road terror.

 More Coming soon!