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1973 Camaro Type LT - Luxury Second-Gen

By 1973, the Camaro had long since established itself as a fun and engaging vehicle, but Chevrolet was looking to expand the appeal of this successful model even further. For some drivers, a hardcore track machine was less attractive than one with more focus on comfort and refinement. In pursuit of a trim package that would draw in these buyers, Chevy developed the 1973 Camaro Type LTThis shift in direction was especially relevant considering the increasing emissions restrictions of the early '70s.

By 1973, the Camaro had long since established itself as a fun and engaging vehicle, but Chevrolet was looking to expand the appeal of this successful model even further. For some drivers, a...

1963 Plymouth Savoy - Daily-Driven B-Body

When you think of the Mopar B-body, you might picture any number of classics: the Coronet, Charger, Satellite, Road Runner, or even the winged Daytona and Superbird. However, the first vehicle that came to mind probably wouldn't be a Plymouth Savoy. This Mopar might get a little less attention than the more common B-body cars, but it's absolutely cool in its own right.

When you think of the Mopar B-body, you might picture any number of classics: the Coronet, Charger, Satellite, Road Runner, or even the winged Daytona and Superbird. However, the first vehicle...

'89 Turbo Trans Am - Supersonic


What is the fastest production Pontiac Trans Am? This question is the source of much debate, since many factors contribute to its answer, including driver skill, altitude, and tire compound. However, there's no question that the 1989 20th Anniversary Edition Turbo Trans Am is one of the fastest T/As ever, if not the fastest. Car and Driver magazine clocked this limited-production car at a blistering 4.6-second 0-60 time, calling it "the quickest 0-60 sprinter available in any US production-car showroom at any price." The car's 13.4-second quarter mile time may not sound particularly fast today, but in 1989, it was comparable to that of Ferraris and Lamborghinis. It wasn't until almost a decade later, and the release of the LS1-powered fourth-gen cars, that another production Trans Am could come close to these figures.


What is the fastest production Pontiac Trans Am? This question is the source of much debate, since many factors contribute to its answer, including driver skill, altitude, and tire compound....