Has a brute amount of power, great
handling, comfortable seats (front ones
anyway), and gets between 24-30 mpg on
the highway. You've gotta love that
from an engine that is a 5.7L 350. This
car is in its own class when it comes
to looks, performance and price. The
engines potential seems almost
unlimited. There are setups out there
where people are making over 700 HP,
but still get 23 mpg on the highway
with the a/c on. Drop the clutch at
1500 rpm’s and you’ll have a huge smile
in about 5 seconds!
Comfortable seats (front ones),
excellent clutch feel, great
transmission in terms of strength and
feel, power, handling, looks and just
about everything that comes with or is
associated with this car.
Lose the stock goodyear tires. Stock
rear ends can break doing “sticky
starts” on drag radials and in the
upgraded HP 400+ range, the trunk
release mechanism needs some work (can
be easily modifed to work perfect).
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