1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi



The Hemi brand is now potent enough that DaimlerChrysler is fashioning its entire North American automotive operation around it

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Plymouth added the Road Runner to its model lineup in 1968, a bare-bones performance car built to a price. At only $3,000, Road Runners came with standard Plymouth Belvedere equipment, plus heavy duty suspension and shock absorbers, F70-14 tires on wide rims, armrests with ashtrays, a simulated air scoop hood, Read More

1976-1981 Pontiac Trans Am “Bandit”

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The second-generation Pontiac Trans Am was in production for twelve years, from 1970 to 1981, and effectively captured a generation of car enthusiasts in an era when Motor City muscle was in decline.

Admittedly, the Trans Am of the mid-1970s was a pale imitation of earlier models, an underpowered, portly beast that nearly fell victim to the same tightening government regulations that had killed the GTO and ‘Cuda, and reduced the Ford Mustang to a gussied-up Pinto. But the film Read More