This....or the 70s-90 k5 blazer..Full size Ford Bronco.
I hear that my Firebird handled corners like a tank and braking was flaky at best, good thing it was light. More than a little fun for the first 100 ft..Firebird 400. Loved it. Didn't turn or stop worth a crap, but floor it in a straight line and it would give you a case of yee-ha.
I had a '68 ragtop Firebird 400. It had drums all the way around. I almost rear-ended my own car as I came off of our flooded street to pull in behind my other car in the driveway.I hear that my Firebird handled corners like a tank and braking was flaky at best, good thing it was light. More than a little fun for the first 100 ft..
Well said and very much the same sediment for me as well.My 1992 Fleetwood hearse is not a classic car, and not a muscle car. But like a lot of other people, I wanted a car that was different, unique, and would stand out. As my daily driver, my car won't last forever. One day someone will hit the car, steal it, it'll perish in a flood, or it will eventually die from some other death. I bought it to drive, to tinker with, and have fun with. I think of it's value daily, but the value is simply what it is worth to me personally.