I'm not sure
Personally, I love it. That interior is complete! Who needs a stereo? You shouldn't be able to hear music over the sound of your sidepipes anyway. Who needs climate control? You've got all the wind in your face you need. Who needs a cup holder? You'll need both hands on that wheel at all times! Comfort is secondary to feeling the rumble of that motor under your butt and smelling the fuel burning when you open it up.
That is something that no modern car will ever be able to capture correctly, imo.
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I don't like loud cars and convertabes anyway. But that's just me.
PS got to have a stereo! Mine has the shaker 500 and I love it!
Last edited by Black Dog; 06-07-11 at 12:54 PM.
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I wanted to mention that I love the 90's American smooth and round style.
I find it much better than the new flat, boxy, toy vehicles of the 21 century.
My 4 favorites. I don't think Copos came convertible (wish), I'll take the vet either way.
Had a 69 Camaro (ex-6banger) with a 400sb 4bolt, th350 and posi (red with sidepipes, the pipes were a pain with unibody) in highschool. Had an 85 Mustang GT black convertible with all the options in the army. Not sure which I liked best.
Last edited by ecofarm; 06-08-11 at 11:11 AM.
They got excellent fuel economy and were built to last. Many could ram a solid object, like a tree or wall at 5 mph and suffer NO damage. Today's cars will crush like a paper cup.
They were also a lot simpler and easier and cheaper to repair and maintain. Today's cars have too much crap on them, like air bags, electric locks, computers that die on the middle of the highway, etc; much of it is imposed by government.