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  1. Streetable, mild cam, OEM carb, Hooker Headers.
  2. In June 2010 I contacted Steve Adams up in Oregon. Steve had purchased the old Bill Casler steam heat molds for Casler cheater slicks from the '60's. He made us up a pair of slicks to the specs on the Reynolds GS. Great people up there at Adams Tire.
  3. We put 90/10 drag shocks up front with air shocks in the rear. This is what they ran in the original car. Bell said the air shocks gave them different variations in stance off the line.
  4. Yes, I have an unrestored console. The original race car did not have a console. Pete said that at the track they were forever making modifications and didn't want any clutter when doing change outs. Yes, its a posi tag on the rear end. Gear ratio is 3.73. Jim Bell told me that all the experimenting with transmissions proved that the best choice was the SP300 with mods back then. Said the added gear change in the 400 cost them in E.T.s..
  5. The GS went into storage the day it came back from Reynolds 95th celebration. Been there since. Its time someone else enjoys this GS. Yes, I have a newly restored red steering wheel, never mounted. Lot of history here.
  6. 1965 Gran Sport post car built to the specifications as the second Reynolds '65 Gran Sport. Over $80K invested in this rotisserie restoration. $35,000.00 or trade. Plenty of pictures available.
  7. Pete Reynolds and Tommy Ivo were very good friends. Tommy was at Reynolds Buick’s 95Th celebration. The day prior Pete and his sons Don and John invited Karen and I out to Pomona Raceway for lunch with some of his friends. Tommy Ivo and several other drag race buddies happened to be there also. Unbelievable week out there. Great memories.......
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