Mid seventies muscle car : Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T/A 6.6* in Ovronnaz. I really like the car and all that it represent, culturally speaking, but I’m afraid I wouldn’t be allowed to use it ever, not being able to grow a mullet.
A distinctive, slant-nose facelift occurred in 1977. Pontiac offered the T/A 6.6 Litre 400 (RPO W72) rated at 200 hp (150 kW), as opposed to the regular 6.6 Litre 400 (RPO L78) rated at 180 hp (130 kW). The T/A 6.6 equipped engines had chrome valve covers, while the base 400 engines had painted valve covers. In addition, California and high-altitude cars received the Olds 403 engine, which offered a slightly higher compression ratio and a more usable torque band than the Pontiac engines of 1977.
From 1977 to 1981, the Firebird used four square headlamps, while the Camaro continued to retain the two round headlights that had been shared by both Second Generation designs. The 1977 Trans-Am Special Edition became famous after being featured in Smokey and the Bandit.
*I don’t know if it’s a 1974/75 model with a T/A 6.6 engine retrofitted or a 1977 model with earlier-style wheels and front-fascia rebuild (or even a factory chimera**).
**That would make it a Pontiac Chimera, not to be confused with its cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro.
If you wear jeans shorts you can drive it sans mullet.
Nevernudes ruined the style.