1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Clone Twin Turbo LS 416 Stroker, Protouring Drag

Make: Pontiac
Model: Firebird
Type: Coupe
Trim: Trans Am
Year: 1969
Mileage: 7000
VIN: 223379n113506
Color: Candy Lime
Engine: 416 LS
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Automatic
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Pike, New York, United States
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1969 Twin turbo Firebird LS Trans Am

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Hi everyone, first off, let me say this, this is a very well built over the top twin turbo Trans Am clone, please read the content of this add completely, or you will miss out on what sets this apart from most other builds!Please note that at the end of the description there is a parts list With a bunch of race parts for the car that I will include if the buyer pays the buy it now price!!!! Also there is a link to a video with over 125 photos and 3 links of the car in action! I am 60 years old and I have been building some pretty crazy cars for 40 years, I am an experienced welder, fabricator and painter, this car has been my pride and joy but I am about to retire and this car does not fit into my future plansso I must let it go,I have owned the car for 15 years, two years ago I built a 416 stroker with twin Precision ball bearing Front mount turbos, It currently puts down just shy of 900 hp to the wheels @15 pounds of boost on 93 octane pump gas, The turbos spool insanely quick, there is almost no turbo lag what so ever! The car was tuned at big 3 racing, even the boys at big three commented how wicked quick the car spools! The motor however will easily handle 20+ pounds of boost, I built this to be a realistic streetcar, it handles excellent, it rides nice, it's quiet with its complete stainless 3 1/2" exhaust system until you hit the exhaust cut outs that exit behind the front tires! It will get 17 mile per gallon as long as you keep your foot out of it, you could drive this car across the country if you chose to do so, it is a purpose build car, and it's purpose is to do whatever you want it to do, The car is silky smooth at any speed, you can have a conversation with your girl or buddies inside without screaming,It has a stock size fuel tank that holds 16 gallons so you can actually go places with it! And when you're ready to go to the track, it's ready for that as well, I have enclosed a picture of it launching at the track and also a video of it breaking the tires loose at 70 mph! So when you hit the fun pedal on the street you are in for a ride! first trip down the track with this set up it ran a 9.6 in the quarter-mile, and a 6.0 in the eighth, and there's a whole lot more there! I have over 120 K invested in it and that does not include my labor, I have almost every single receipt for the car, it was appraised by a licensed professional appraiser at 100 K, That appraisal will come with The car, I also have probably close to 1000 pictures of the build that I will put on a jump drive and give to the new owner as well. Since this car was completed, I have gone to 54 car shows, And I have come home with 54 trophies! Just check out the photos in my garage, every plaque and every trophy is from this car ! I have shown it four times at the Pontiac nationals, it has gotten 3 -1st Pl. and 1 -2nd Pl., it has gotten I think at least seven best of shows, and it was also invited to the Sema show, The paint is absolutely gorgeous, it is house of kolors candy lime candy apple, there is nothing like candy apple paint when the sun hits it, it pops like crazy! It has Trans Am stripes that are ghosted in, they disappear when you look down the car and pop when you look directly at the stripes or when the sun hits them, I have put 7000 miles on the car since it was painted, and approximately 1700 miles on the new motor, I build cars to be driven, other than one small ding and a couple of small scratches that I would have to show you for you to see them, the paint still shows excellent, now to the good stuff, and I am sure I will miss a bunch of things because there is so much to this car that I cannot remember it all, Let's start with the drivetrain because that's what everyone wants to know, it is an ls 416 stroker, The bottom end was done by Mike Janis from Jan Cen racing engines, if you don't know who that is, look up who won the 2018 world NHRA ProMod championship! These guys really know their stuff! Below is the rest of the details!

Ls3 block from GM performance

Piston oil squirters by Katech

Katech hi volume oil pump

scat forged crank

Callie's forged rods

Custom JE coated pistons

ARP main studs

ARP head studs

PRC ported heads

"Athena" head gaskets (these head gaskets in my opinion and from my research are the best head gasket outside of o-ringing to handle High boost, They have their own stainless steal o-ring they cost $400 a set!)

Mallory push rods

Trunion kit

Cartech turbo cam

Moroso trap door oil pan

PRECISION METALCRAFT Fabricated intake (Please note, this is the intake that everyone has copied! The fabrication workmanship on this intake is off the charts! Just look it up on their website! This intake cost $3200, there is a ton of knock offs out there, this is the real deal!)

GM Fly by wire throttle body

GM Ls3 coils

Granelli plug wires

Butler Racing fabricated valve covers ( check out these covers closely, I should have patent this, I did this long before any of the ones you could buy were out there, this is an actual Pontiac cover that bolts to the LS cover, and the coil packs are hidden inside the Pontiac valve cover and the wires come out the side of the valve cover and there is a 12V coolant fan in the back of the valve covers to pull air through the cover to cool the coils!)

Billet mini starter

Mezerine waterpump

GM Ecu


Precision 6266 CEA ball bearing turbos

Precision wastegates

STS blow-off valve

Accusump turbo aftercooler (no need to idle car before shutting off)

Tread stone 1300 hp intercooler


Tci 4l80e, This transmission was built as strong as TCI could make it, it has a lower first gear, All red clutches, and TCI's finned deep oil pan

Full reverse manual valve body

Trans Brake

Lock up converter ready

Tci bar and plate transmission cooler

PTC 9" turbo torque converter

TCI - SFI flex plate

SFI KevlarTrans blanket

Driveshaft - Denny'snitrous proof shaft

Rear end,

Factory ford 9" 3rd member

Ford factory posi

Factory ford 3.73 gears(better for street, way quieter and don't wear out in 2000 miles like pro gears do)

28 spline Currie axles

1/2 race studs

Other Acessories,

Accusump Pre-Oiler3qt w/electric & manual valve

Accusump Turbo aftercooler

MSD 2-step

MSD tach adapter

180 amp 1 wire alternator

Aluminum radiator (car does not get hot!)

Derale fan shroud w/dual fans

NASCAR power steering pump (design for low drag at high rpm)

Stroud - lime green chute is also included

Custom crankcase ventilation catch can

Fuel System,

Injector Dynamics ID 1000 injectors

Aeromotive dual 340 stealth pumps

Holley boost referenced fuel regulator

26 gallon fuel injection ready factory style fuel tank

All fuel lines are ss braided and ss hardlines


Wilwood front and rear disks, slotted and cross drilled

Line lock

Wilwood master cylinder

All lines are stainles, all hoses are stainless braided

Subframe and suspension,

TCI (total cost involved) tubular subframe kit which includes;

Tubular subframe

Polished stainless a-arms

Billet polished adjustable shocks

Billet polished 2" aluminum drop spindles

Wilwood billet and polished hubs

Tubular sub frame connectors

Tubular transmission x-member

Chrome 1 1/14 front stabilizer bar

Power Rack and pinion steering rack

Rear suspension,

Chrome molly adjustable 4-link

Adjustable polished billet coil over shocks

Polished billet rear stabilizer bar

Exhaust system,

Entire system is 3 1/2" stainless steel

3 1/2" Quick time performance exhaust cut outs w/side exit behind front tires

Complete 3 1/2" pipe wrapped all the way back to the mufflers

3 1/2" polished magnaflow mufflers

Polished 3 1/2" full tail pipes

Turbo blankets


Custom Trans Am hood, has fiberglass skin with steel frame for strength

Trans Am side scoops

Trans Am rear spoiler

One off Custom built stainless grills

Custom fabricated radiator support

Ring brothers billet hood hinges

Ring brothers billet hood pins

House of kolors candy lime paint

House of kolors kameleon ghoststripes (Trans Am stripes )

Digital Sequential tail lights w/billet trim


10 point rollcage

Custom Parachute release

Ididit steering column w/billet knobs

Billet steering wheel

Factory buckets upholstered to look like race buckets

Race harness

Vintage air heat and defrost unit

Alpine stereo

Custom dash and gauges

Shiftnoid electronic shift solenoid

B&M ratchet shifter

Window safety net


To the interested buyer;

If you take the buy it now price I will include the following items, this is a great deal!

  • Holley terminator computer (band new in the box) ( cost $3200) with everything needed;
  • Wire harnesses

    Dual co2 solenoids for boost management

    Dome pressure switch etc

  • Brian Tooley spec camshaft (cost $400) BN in box

  • Santhuff dual adjustable front drag shocks BN cost ($1600)

  • Afco rear drag shocks BN (cost $800)

  • Yukon big bearing 3rd member (used 2 race nights)with;
  • 3.25 pro gears

    35 spline HD Pro spool

    Cost $1600

  • 35 spline pro axels(cost $300)

  • Complete set of race wheels;

  • Front, billet specialties 15 x 3.5 rims

    Hoosier front tires

    Rear, Race star 15x10 rims

    M&H pro bracket radials

    All are less than 2 years old

    Cost ($1900)

    Window net

    THIS IS $9800 worth of stuff!

    In closing, this car will not disappoint, it is very well-built, it is a Consistent show winner, it looks outstanding, it is smooth, quiet, loud when you want it to be, reliable, fast, and a real blast to drive.