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Discussion in 'American Cars' started by ajzahn, Mar 3, 2007.
god I hope not
The front is nasty. The rear shot is decent.
There isnt going to be a trans am.
It looks aweosme but wont happen (like that)
that´s American heritage!
Looks terrible, but if Burt has one, I want one!! <A BORDER="0" HREF="http://www.supercars.net/PitLane?displayFAQ=y"><IMG BORDER="0" SRC="pitlane/emoticons/wink.gif"></A>
well, they should make one, but it wont happen
If it does happen it better not look like that.
Like they already have decided what a car of 2011 will look like... they just check out public reactions...
I like the idea, but the front end needs to look A LOT less like a Sunfire.
The rear of the Trans-Am really reminded me of the Dodge Viper GTS, god that was a great looking car.
wow...not bad. But a little TOO retro. Has there seriously been ONE retro design that's actually lasted with strong sales beyond 1-2 years?
Like the idea behind it. It would not look like that, but probaly pretty close. Probably never see a trans am again, but who noes.
edit 2: VW New Beetle?
edit 3: Mini?
I like the idea, but that's the wrong Trans Am era...
all of which sold well their first 1-2 years out, and now are dogs to get off of the lot.
Yes, should be 70-73.
Where do you get your data?
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I thought they learned from the past...
dude, where's my mullet?
dogs to get off the lot? Where do you get this information? New mustangs continue to sell very well, and new beatles sell pretty well too