Project “Black Hawk”, a 1970 Pontiac Firebird Pro Touring built by All Speed Customs!
This is Project “Black Hawk”, a 1970 Pontiac Firebird Pro Touring built by All Speed Customs! All Speed Customs know their business when it comes to building sports cars. Together with All Speed Performance in Muskegon, Michigan, they built this amazing Pontiac Firebird! Black Hawk is featuring a twin-turbo Pontiac engine Butler Performance IA II performance 400 block bored to 475 cu. in., full custom body and interior modifications. Detroit Speed Suspension, Kauffman heads, Eagle crank that has been turned, Ross custom forged pistons with 8.5:1 compression ratio, and a lot more cool stuff making this Pontiac the most recognizable build at ASC.
This Pontiac makes staggering 1,500+ hp and 1,300+ tq at the rear wheels, and it runs on pump gas. Visner Engine Development made a custom billet intake with matching two-piece billet valve covers. You can’t miss the shiny Forgiato wheels! The roof of the car has a hairdo – a reversed mohawk! 😀 This is one stylish Firebird, I’m telling you!
Kris Horton spent countless hours on the rendering bringing this vision to life. Some of body modifications include a custom chin spoiler, rocker skirts, enlarged functioning hood snorkels, functioning fender vents, recessed roof and trunk lid, integrated spoiler with center indentation, rear valance with difuser and widened front and rear fenders. This Pontiac Firebird is featuring 7.8-liter V8 engine and the many updates under the hood make this Black Hawk tasteful and mean-looking at the same time. Check it out!