This One-Off Pontiac-Powered Vivant Prototype Sounds as Good as It Looks

That's 370 cubic inches of American muscle under the hood.

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It's always great when a car's exhaust note matches its looks. This one-off concept car from the 1960s is a stunner, and it's backed up by a Pontiac V-8 engine that makes a wonderful noise.

According to , this car, called the Vivant 77, sat in storage for over 40 years before being discovered in 2011 and put through a full restoration. The engine displaces 370 cubic inches, and it makes a great sound from its front fender-exit exhaust pipes.

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