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I like it a lot. Way better looking than the Camaro. I also liked the fact that they have T-tops.
Great numbers on the engine. Car has some torque #'s.
But with that being said. I did own many GM cars. The car I missed the most was my 72 formula 400. Had all the options. Bought it off a girl who was the first owner. Her husband was the manager for the service dept. for pontiac.
If I only knew then what I know now.
I used to think Hp would limit what makes a car street legal.Obviously that's not a factor. I guess as long as you have headlights, taillights, brake lights and turn signals & a few other safety requirements you're good to go. Government mandates & insurance concerns slowed the madness in the first muscle age. This new era seems limitless as long as you got the money to buy into to it.
Trackhawk should have been named the HellHawk , but couldn't convince my buddies at SRT it was a better name. Of course Jeep is now on it's own with this beast and it is essentially not under the SRT moniker ,which will be exclusively a Dodge badging.
This is a pretty interest-focused group; I'd not expect things like 11ty million HP to be too exciting for most here--primarily because we know that such power is useless if you can't put it to the pavement