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Pontiac trans am

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  • #31
    Re: Pontiac trans am

    Originally posted by MrLeftyHye
    Mustangs are mostly chick cars.
    What kind of car is mostly for men?
    Look at it this way. Even the 3800 V6 powered f-bodies were nearly as quick/powerful as the V8 Mustangs of the previous era. The V8 powered f-bodies (same engine as the 'Vette, just detuned) have been producing over 300 hp for years, where as the Mustang V8's didn't hit the 300 marker till the current make over (2005 & up), several years AFTER production on the f-bodies had ended. So you decide.

    In spite of the power difference, the main reason the Mustangs ended up being the preferred choice for chicks looking for a "cool car" is price. The price factor killed their target market in general. These were supposed to be affordable, balls-out muscle cars for those in their 20's and 30's. But GM kept making the f-bodies more and more expensive, and it hurt them immensely. Hell, a 30th anniversary Camaro cost over $38k in '97. That's absurd! You could get a 6.0L 400hp GTO for less than that TODAY! And that's STILL considered too expensive/caused the demise of the GTO. The big concern with fans when this 5th gen Camaro comes out next year is if you can get one with the V8 without having to get it pregrouped in an expensive options package, like you could in the olden days. This would help keep the costs down for those that don't want everything under the sun. Just ass kicking performance. We shall see.
    You suck at life.


    • #32
      Re: Pontiac trans am

      i think that older trans am's like the 1968-1979 were the best becuse of the big block engines eg:400 cid w/335 -345 bhp(1969)or 345 350 or 370 bhp(1970) or 1971 455 w/ 335 bhp (1971) 300 (1972) 290(1973-74) or 400 w/ 220 bhp (1973-79) or 455 w/ 260 bhp (1976)