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Sweet ride BrntWS6!

I was a T/A owner since I turned 16 and bought my first Firebird, a 1979 WS6 T/A. Over the years I've owned a 1988 GTA, a 1997 T/A with LT4 conversion, a 2002 Firehawk and now a 2010 Callaway SC572 Camaro.

I do miss my '02 Firehawk. That car got more waves and thumbs up than any other vehicle I've owned.

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Nice, I rarely see clean 4th gens anymore on the street.
 

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My daily driver with only 213K miles. Once I get my Wrangler, that will take over the daily driver role.
The GTO has a nice street cam from Cartek (224 intake, 228 exhaust on a 590 lift), 1 3/4" long tube Kooks headers through high flow converters out the stock cat-back. Poly bushings most everywhere, Whiteline sway bars, combo of Pedders and Lovells springs with KYB shocks.
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Technically not a muscle car, but after a die-hard muscle car guy saw it in action, he dubbed it an honorary muscle car! It is my old '79 Nissan 280ZX. I installed an '82 turbo engine with a large T3/T4 hybrid turbo, 3" downpipe, mated it to an '83 T-5 manual with the '83 R200 rear end. Bunch of suspension mods like poly bushings, Tokiko shocks, Eibach springs. At the time I had a line lock on it, so I was able to shift up to 3rd gear during this (sanctioned) burnout at the car show.
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Reminds me of an old phrase: Smoke 'em if ya got 'em!
 

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Sweet ride BrntWS6!

I was a T/A owner since I turned 16 and bought my first Firebird, a 1979 WS6 T/A. Over the years I've owned a 1988 GTA, a 1997 T/A with LT4 conversion, a 2002 Firehawk and now a 2010 Callaway SC572 Camaro.

I do miss my '02 Firehawk. That car got more waves and thumbs up than any other vehicle I've owned.

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Awesome...of course I'm a bit biased ;-)
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Awesome...of course I'm a bit biased ;-)
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Very nice @Sideshow! My Firehawk is quite possibly the car I miss the most......it's hard to beat the windows down, t-tops out driving experience even in a Jeep.

By the way, I have a buddy in Australia who has a vert Firehawk in that same colour. He spent a God awful amount of money converting it to right had drive, but it's now the only road legal Firehawk in the land down under.
 

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Not quite a muscle car although it has plenty of muscle!

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The BMW Z has many mods. The Tesla is just fast.

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'99 Viper, although I sold it a few years ago. In the 10 years I owned it I think I put a total of around 8,000 miles on it. I figured it was time for someone else to enjoy it as much as I did when I first bought it. The roof came about up to the door handle on my Jeep.

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The Vette went to make room for the JL. But here's my 1981 NotRod Toyota SR5 Beach Cruiser. Has stock 22R with 97 Fire breathing horse power. OK, no muscles but it's been a daily fun ride since my then 13 year old son and I converted it to a hardtop convertible in 1993.
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