Video: All Wheel Drive Swapped Supercharged 1971 Trans-Am?

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    Video: All Wheel Drive Swapped Supercharged 1971 Trans-Am?

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    Published on Jul 2, 2019

    Our buddy Gregg from Hoonigan Racing Division has been holding out on us all with this absolute beast of a project: this all-wheel-drive '71 Pontiac Trans-Am. Built in his very own garage with a bunch of time and know-how, Gregg stuffed an R32 GT-R driveline into his already-rad supercharged LS powered TA. Hoonicorn inspired? Probably. Is it RAD? yes. This is exactly the type of home brew madness we're into.
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    Very cool. Good work, bruv.
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