Don Stellhorn’s 1964 Pontiac GTO is like no other. That’s because he’s turned his Goat into a hell-raising road racer.
With fender flares as wide as Kim Kardashian’s tuchus and a massive rear spoiler that would look at home on a jetliner, this GTO receives its power courtesy of a LS3 engine with CNC-machined L92 Chevrolet Performance heads, Edelbrock Victor Jr. intake, and a custom 1000cfm Holley. Stroked to 416 cubic-inches, the small-block dishes 652-horsepower and 529 lb-ft of torque.
The whole project took seven years, with all the work done by Stellhorn himself. He’s made a number of unique touches such as a custom aluminum brake cooling system up front. Consisting of two hoses feeding air to the rotor, a third feeds air to a massive caliper.
As Stellhorn writes on his personal site, “A car is an expression of one’s personality, this is my vision of what a 1964 GTO road race car should look like.” You can read more about this Poncho at LSXTV.com.