If memory serves, these were actually better performing than the equivalent Trans Ams.
We’d guessing 1970 because of the 400 c.i.d. engine. Per wiki, the 1971-73 T/As had a 455. My second cousin Shirley drove one of those 455s. However, we’re skeptical of the “T/A 6.6” on the shaker. It should say “400.” But, they came in white or blue. We’re also a little leery of the screaming chicken. That came on-line for 1973. I guess the verdict is “frankenbird.” It’s still sexy as hell.
What to drive to the Concorso Ferrari 2014? Isn’t it obvious? Something American, overweight (duh), festooned with fake scoops,mostly purposeless vents and spoilers, and garish for a strip club decals! Something with a pushrod V8 and leaf springs! and with the worst of all convertible vs hardtop worlds, a T-top! Something so undeniably awesome in its wretched, unapologetic 1970s-ness!. This:
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