These are some pictures of my 66 GS. I've had it for about thirteen years now and have gradually restified it over the years. I race it a few times a year and my best time to date is firstname.lastname@example.org. It has dual Carter AFB's, heads worked by Greg Gessler, Exhaust by Tom and Eric Gardner, 3.55 posi hooked up to a newly built 12-bolt rear and a very recent change to a TH-400 with switch pitch converter by Mark DeConti. John Csordas of the Northeast GSCA has been immensely helpful throughout. It looks pretty good too I think. All of this was helped by my now 15 year old son Matt who is my skilled pit crew. Tom Kelly, CT
I've replaced the restrictive breather with a pair of K&N 6 1/2 inch filters, each topped with a special dual quad sticker I designed and had made. Greatly improved breathing and looks just as awesome. What good are dual quads if you can't SEE them?
This is why I love Buicks! How many cars can look this great, idle at 550 rpm AND do the quarter in 13.8? Note the non-standard hood tach. It gets a lot of positive comments.
One of the few GS's without buckets and a console. More fun at the Poughkeepsie drive-in theater. That little switch next to the parking brake is a switch pitch override. (Good for an extra tenth)
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