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    Apparently, there are things coming from the North Pole that are better than presents under the tree. This '69 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air, once owned by GM legend Jim Wangers, for example. The car is featured on Hagerty's "Barn Find Hunter," which was found in North Pole, Alaska. Although the...
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    Sorry Burt, this is now the coolest Trans AM in the world. It's a 7-foot wide, 700 hp monster that wears the most twisted set of headers this side of the bundle of snakes GT40. As delivered, the 1970 Trans Am was 73.4-inches wide. Now, it's got an 84-inch track. This chicken has been stretched...
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    Today's Rare Ride is what happens when you take the generally British idea of a shooting brake and combine it with some designers in Michigan who had big ideas. It's the 1985 Trans Am Kammback Concept. It's real, and it is spectacular.  The Trans Am name first appeared as a performance trim...
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    This Trans Am is really a Camaro, but it's going Demon hunting if the manufacturer has anything to say about it. Trans Am Worldwide is doing the Lord's work, creating the Screaming Chickens that General Motors decided would never be made. Not content with just Bandit-style bodywork, Trans Am...
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    For those of us who weren't around for this, it's stunning to look back at how quickly the muscle car era died. For example, sales of the Firebird dropped more than 56% between 1971 and 1972. So, by the time the Trans Am Super Duty rolled off the line in '73, the fun was done. With a 455 ci...
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