Stan Antlocer V8 Radio Interview

In this episode, we share the entire interview with Stan Antlocer, former driver and owner of the "World's Fastest Pontiac Tempest".    We featured Stan and the Tempest in a Muscle Car Of The Week video, but this V8 Radio podcast contains all the stories from the full interview.    To say Stan has been around the block a few times is an understatement... we're fortunate he shared some of his stories with us.  

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This week, we have a special episode of Muscle Car Of The Week featuring an exclusive interview with Stan Antlocer, former owner / driver of the 1963 Stan Long Pontiac Super Duty Tempest.    This car was known in Super Stock A/FX racing as the "World's Fastest Tempest" and was a record holder.    It is one of the 6 lightweight factory built cars made.   Today, the car is completely restored, and we reunited Antlocer with the 421-powered monster after he last saw it back in 1964.    It is one of the many vintage race cars in the Brothers Collection.

 
Rare and unusual Muscle Cars are highly prized in the Brothers Collection, and this week, we feature one that is both! This 1969 Pontiac Firebird convertible features a very unusual, special order  color scheme, but the best part is the Ram Air IV 400 V8 under the hood and the automatic transmission driveline. Pontiac only made five in this configuration! This car has over 30 options making it a highly prized vehicle even if it did not have the Ram Air Engine.
 
Shot at the 2014 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals in Rosemont, Il.   
 

In 1969, Pontiac unveiled a high-performance Firebird requierd by Trans Am rules to allow them to compete in the Trans Am racing series.    While other manufcaturers were allowed to compete as well, Pontiac grabbed the obvious name choice and called there version the Trans Am.   These were potent performers with excellent suspension systems and a uniquely racy design.   Less than 1000 were made, but today we're focusing on one of the 8... that's less than 10... factory-built 1969 Pontiac Trans Am Convertibles.     This one has just completed an extensive restoration, and is from the Brothers Collection.      

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