It is the funny thing how many of us will claim that the the muscle car wars of ...
It is the funny thing how many of us will claim that the the muscle car wars of the 1960s and 70s have been fully revived without considering one major problem and with that statement.
That is the fact that many of the iconic machines of a real muscle car era are dead and gone, likely never to come back from a dead.
Dodge has the Challenger and Charger, and Chevy the Camaro, and Ford still slings the Mustang, but there are the few notable vehicles that are completely absent from the 2010s revival era.
Think of a Plymouth Barracuda, Buick GSX, Mercury Cougar, and the Pontiac Firebird outfitted with the Trans Am package. To purchase the latter of those in the 2017-approved package, the visit to a custom tuning shop is needed.
With the six figure sum of cash, Trans Am Depot is willing to sell you the 2017 model Trans Am complete with Smokey and a Bandit livery.
Like original Pontiac Firebird, it is based on the Camaro except it carries over the new body that lends the modern interpretation of the original Pontiac to the roads and features the small horsepower bump that puts this muscle vehicle’s output north of Hellcat territory.
To tease us with a premier of Jay Leno’s Garage, Leno and the fluffy comedian Gabriel Iglesias take the 2017 Trans Am SE Bandit out for the spin.
While the power and the looks sure are nice, well, make sure to pay attention to the details strewn around the vehicle that recall Burt Reynold’s iconic movie.
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