Published: November 24, 2010
When Mike Micklich first got his 72 Olds he didn’t get too exciting – it had 350 engine, so it was at the top of the change list. He soon swapped it with 1969 455 block [around 470 HP] and paired the engine with TH400 transmission.
Mike shaved all the trim off the body, welded 3-inch scoop to the stock hood and painted the car in Titanium pearl metallic with Super Black stripes.
Photos by Henry De Los Santos
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