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Another STUNNING Reader’s Ride, we’re really spoilt today!!! This is a fantastic specimen of a 1979 Pontiac Trans Am sent in by Dwayne Geiger!

As it is very nicely put by thetruthaboutcars.com, instead of a “screaming chicken”, the 1979 Firebird Trans Am should have a pterodactyl on the hood. This is truly a living dinosaur, the very last direct descendant of the the original big block/hi-po pony car.

Once a thriving species during the golden performance car era, it was all but wiped out by that great natural calamity, the 1974 energy crisis. Challenger, Barracuda, Mustang, Javelin; even its stablemate the Camaro Z28; by 1975 they were all extinct or in deep hibernation. Only the Trans Am hung in there, and then just by a whisker, or a feather, in this case.

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