Ontario-West President // Cory & Laura Walsh
1979 firebird formula
Oldsmobile 350 rocket / Turbo 350 trans
Mild cam / K&N Air Filter
Holley 600CFM Carb / Hooker Headers
Full 2.5 stainless exhaust / Flowmaster 40.series
New HEI distributor / New valve covers chrome
New chrome water spout / 10 bolt posi rear end
373 gears / Sony head unit
Sony speakers / Kicker subwoofers
Alpine v12 amp mono
Ontario West Vice President // Scott Reid
This is my 68 firebird all original numbers matching.
Has 4 core aluminum radiator with electric fan.
Car is 350 with 4 barrel and 2speed powerglide tranny.
Dark forest green.
Also factory AC car.
Fun to drive and show.
Was dream car from time is was 10.
Now living the dream.
Ontario West 1st Officer // Mike Clayton
Ws06 suspension package
Stock 305 4bbl with mild cam.
Edelbrock valve covers and air breather.
Ontario West 2nd Officer // Rich Sigel
2002 Anniversary Addition Trans Am WS6 LS1 V8 Engine, Sunfire Yellow with Black Leather Interior. 6 Speed manual trans, currently with SLP Intake and Skip Shift elimination module
Ontario West Founding Member #1 // Gabriel Teves
Ladder bar car, 12 point cage
Turbo 400 transmission with trans brake
Ford 9 inch Rear End
35 spline axles and 4.11 gears
Engine - 484 ci Pontiac with 13-1 compression
Comp cams roller cam
Harland Sharp 1.65 roller rockers, wiseco pistons
Edelbrock Victor intake ported by Mike Voycey
Edelbrock rpm heads ported by Ron Elford
Quick fuel 1000 cfm carburetor
MSD Billet distributor
Moroso vacuum pump
Convo pro rims
31x14 Hoosier slicks
Engine dynoed at 680hp 650 fts tq
Ontario West Founding Member #2 // Albert Melchior
Is a 2011 SEMA trash starting as a stock 1970 Formula 400. As the owner of Carbon Kustoms I decided to attempt to create a neutrally balanced car and shed weight for a strong agile performance car. The end result is in 71/2 weeks we built the car from sratch, lost about 400lbs overall and created a 51% front and 49% rear weighted car that has been featured at "SEMA", competed at the "Optima Ultimate Street Car" and was a featured on "R U Faster than a RedNeck"
Ontario West Founding Member # 3 // Alex Pulcini
Numbers matching 350 - upgraded with 4 barrel Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, 4 speed automatic with OD, posi traction 3.55 gearsAlessandro Pulcini ///California built car, numbers matchingEngine: 400 CI , mild cam,Transmission: Turbo 400Shift kit, posi traction 3.55 gears
Ontario West Founding Member #4 - Ben Vanderwiel
2002 WS6 Trans Am Convertible Black on black I purchased my Trans Am in 2006 . Have been as far as Cape Britain Ns Nashville Tn. and everywhere in between. No trips out west yet but I can be tricked! Great driver especially with the top down! Looking We forward to attending some events. Anne and I are both retired now so we have time to enjoy.
Ontario West Founding Member #5 // Marco Ramos
It was originally a V6, previous owner has dropped in a SBC 350 from a 69 Camaro
2 ½ stainless exhaust with Magnaflow, gives the car a nice sound.
Over the winter I installed power steering
Has original 4 speed Saginaw and 10 bolt rear end that is non POSI, yes I’m a one wheel peeler for now.
Car was painted about 5 years ago and had a new top installed last year.
I’ve owned the car for just one year
Ontario West Founding Member # 6 // Imran Chaudry
Ontario West Founding Member #7 // Gordon Barrister
1970 Formula 400 with a 60 over bored 455 hooked up to a TKO 600 5 speed...Oregon based roller that we brought back to Ontario in 2007 was the base for this early Pro-touring platform. The car took two years to complete and has been featured at "SEMA", competed at the "Optima Ultimate Street Car" ,was feature in March of 2009 in "High Performance Pontiac" magazine, and won "The Starlight Children's choice Best of Show" award at the 2009 Trans Am Nationals. The wheels are custom carved one off in the world rims that are arguably the rims that spurred the production of Year One's subsequent 17" honey comb styled wheels...
Ontario West Founding Member #8 // George Ritu
1988 Trans Am GTA. I've owned it for 27 years.
5.0L 305, 5 speed, T-Roof
Gray leather interior
Centerforce Dual Friction clutch
Lowered 1 inch
Magnaflow Stainless Ehaust with hi-flo CAT
Fiberglass Aerowing. Motor is stock along with most of the car
Ontario West Founding Member #9 // Dennis Klander
I purchased my 1999 Ws6 Trans Am on July 17, 1999 and have enjoyed it ever since. Betsy, "the car" has not been modified.
Ontario West Founding Member #10 // Ben Vanderwiel
Ontario West Founding Member 10 // Mark Seibert
1981 SE Trans AM.
Ontario West Founding Member #11 // Scott Oliver
1967 Firebird convertible.
It has been in the shop for over a year for body and paint and ended up with a new frame, sub-frame connectors and almost every new metal body panel. It should be out of the shop in the next couple of weeks. Just in time for Plunkett's car show in London.
I completed an engine swap with an LS2. Paint is Cherry Red. The interior is leather closely matching the original parchment colour and stitching .
Updates include a Dakota digital dash, LED halo headlights, LED tail lights, 68 side marker lights and a chrome steering column.
The transmission is a six speed with a posi rear end with 4:10 gears.
Ontario West Founding Member #12 // Tim Newell
Stock 1980 Trans Am 301 Turbo, Auto
Ontario West Founding Member #13// Sergio Succi
1982 Firebird Trans Am
Colour: Spectra Red
This car belonged to my dad, for 23 years. I only drove the car once, the day after it was stolen and found. I went to retrieve it.
My dad loved his grand children very much, and because he loved them, he mistakenly promised this car to all seven grandchildren. He was on in years and no longer felt comfortable in driving this car. So, it sat parked for about seven years. To get him out of a bind, I purchased the car for $3500, that way he could give each grandchild $500 and keep everyone happy.
I have worked on the restoration for the last 5 years. When he last saw it, his only comment was “it looks brand you”. This past October, I registered the car for the 2018 Motorama in Toronto, to be held on March 9th. Tuesday March 6th, my dad passed away. I was devastated, but my friends and fellow club members of the Rodmasters Car Club stepped up to the plate. 5am Thursday morning they showed up at my door step, took the car to Toronto International Center. They setup up and cleaned the car until it was spotless. We had my dad’s funeral Friday, the first day of the Motorama. Saturday, I had the opportunity to go to the show and see the results of my friend’s efforts.
Saturday afternoon, my son and daughter-in-law were with me. We sat down for the awards presentation. My daughter-in-law asked me if I had a chance at any awards, I replied, “not a hope in hell”, knowing all the other nice cars in attendance.
About 20 minutes into the awards presentation, I heard “entry #331 …” I held my breath; did I hear right? Then “1982 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am, owned by Sergio Succi, First in Class” Went up thinking; no can’t be true, and thinking of my dad the entire time. After accepting the plaque, sat back down and totally lost control!
The emotions of that week can never be duplicated. My dad finally got some recognition.
Ontario West Founding Member #14// Paul Severiano
1988 GTA 5.7
Crazy high end stereo
Ontario West Founding Member #15// Barry Simpsonm
1978 Trans Am, original owner, original paint and interior. Martinique blue with white interior and ordered with the the following options:
A31 - Power Windows - C60 - Air Conditioning
R19 - Rear Window Defroster - A01 - Tinted Glass
Y92 - Lamp Group - B37 - Floor Mats
B84 - Side Moldings - A90 - Remote Deck Release
UN2 - AM/FM 8 Track - N33 - Tilt Wheel
Y90 - Custom Trim - C04 - Delay Wipers
K30 - Cruise Control - CC1 - Roof Hatches
WS6 - Rally Handling - V02 - Super Cooling
MX1 - Automatic Transmission - W72 - 400 4bbl 220 HP
In 1996 the original motor and transmission were removed and stored for future reinstallation, replaced with a built 455 HO with the following specs:
block - 1971 455HO service replacement block, 4 bolt mains, align bored .034 over, sonic tested
rods - Eagle 6.80" BBC forged H-beam
crank - stock cross drilled, rod journals machined to accept Eagle BBC rods
pistons - Ross XL421P custom dished to SD Performance specs
rings - Speed Pro plasma-moly file fit
cam - Comp Cams custom grind hydraulic roller camshaft of 236/245 duration, .570/.574 valve lift, 112 lobe separation
deck height - 0.000"
heads - Edelbrock 72cc ported by SD Performance
rockers - Harlan Sharp 1.50 roller rockers
lifters - Comp Cams roller lifters
valves - Ferrea 2.19" intake valves, 1.77" exhaust valves
springs - SP VS1606 FM 120 lbs at 1.620"
intake - Port matched Edelbrock Performer RPM & Blocker High Velocity Induction System
carb - 800 cfm Quadrajet 73 SD clone - built by Cliff Ruggles, Mt. Vernon OH
oil pump - Mellings Ram Air
compression - 10.25 to 1
ignition - 78 HEI with Crane HI-6, rev limiter set at 6000, 14o initial, 18o mechanical by 2400, 14o vacuum
exhaust - Hooker $uper Comp 2" to 3.5" collectors, 3" Dr Gas X pipe, Ultra-flo mufflers, 3" tailpipes.
converter - Custom Continental from Cliff Ruggles - flashes to 4000 rpm
rear end - reinforced GM 10 bolt, Eaton posi - 3.42 gears, Moser 30 spline axles
estimated power output, 550 hp, 600+ lb/ft torque
INACTIVE MEMBERS FOR 1 YEAR - SENIORITY LOST
Inactive // Ontario West Founding Member // Barry Bodo
1988 Trans Am GTA
5 litre GTA
Black Leather Interior ordered from the factory
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