Pontiac Trans Am
Bryan’s ’72 Trans Am was a long and difficult build, but with the help of Eric at Griffith Metal Shaping, it turned out to be the fast and gorgeous piece of art that you see here. It is powered by a 402ci LS2 mated to a T56 Magnum transmission. It rides on a JRS front subframe and full suspension including JRS control arms and stabar, in the front, and JRS torque arms, Watts link, and 9-inch rear end housing, in the rear. Baer Pro-Plus brakes with 14-inch rotors and 6-piston calipers stop the car. And traction comes from Falken Azenis RT-615K tires (275/35/18 front & 315/30/18 rear) on 18×10 & 18×11.5 Forgeline GA3 wheels finished with Satin Gunmetal centers, Polished outers, and exposed hardware.