I have owned my Firebird Trans Am GT for 13 years. Powerful, fun and more power than I should have. Doesn't fit in with transporting kids, though I used to have the childcare seat in the backseat. Few repairs (muffler, radiator) and great value. The 8 cyl 5.7L will spin out still on too strong an acceleration while on a curve or a curve with wet road while punching it. Nothing beats the sound of the engine idling. Low gas mileage, but better than my GMC Envoy. Point of nose is so far forward and out of driver's vision that it is forever getting dinged and dented. Wider than one would expect.
The engine idling and going "VRUMM VRUMM VRUMM". Accelerating while going through six speeds. Shifting into sixth speed and setting the cruise at 75 mph and seeing less than 3000 rpm.
Shrink the nose point as it gets scratched and dinged over and over through the years.
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