Hell's TA - 80 Trans Am SE LS9 Super Charged ProTouring - Dyno Session
Final Dyno session putting down around 409hp to the ground and 630hp to the flywheel, with Exhaust cutouts closed. With them open, it gains another 10-15hp. This 1980 Special Edition TA, one owner car out of NY that we are just finishing up for the owner, is sporting full DSE equipment, Year One 18x12 and 18x10 snoflakes, a new LS9 crate motor, complete custom KillerPaint.com Mike Lavalle flamed hood bird and accents, Kenwoods new state of the art Double DIN DVD NAV system. Leather interior, mini tubbed, full protouring suspension, custom engine covering ,etc. We will be posting a full video of this car after completed so everyone can see all the details! Thanks, www.RestoreaMusclecar.com
Stacy David drives 1977 Bandit Pontiac Trans Am Burt Reynolds Ed. on GearZ (HD)
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The New 840-Horsepower "Trans Am" Is Insane Fun -- THE/DRIVE
The Drive's Sean Evans drives the 840-hp "Trans Am Bandit Edition," a Chevy Camaro SS-turned-Trans Am, complete with T-tops and a 7.4-liter supercharged V8. It's the product of Trans Am Worldwide, of Florida, the state that gave us Burt Reynolds and crazy, badass things of all description. Video shot and edited by Andrew Siceloff, and produced by Cait Knoll. More at The Drive: http://www.thedrive.com/accelerator/4205/driving-a-new-740-horsepower-trans-am-is-spoil er-alert-insane-fun
Year One Bandit Trans-Am [S2 Ep.1-2]
Quick... what is the most famous car movie of all time? Bullitt? Vanishing point? Gone in 60 seconds? Nice guesses, but in terms of influence and sheer popularity, Smokey and the Bandit stands above them all. Today on GEARZ! Stacey takes a look at not only the cultural impact of Smokey and the Bandit, but also it?s most famous character - the black Trans Am. Then it's off for a test drive of Year One's new Burt Reynolds Bandit edition Trans Am to see if it lives up to the true supercar status of the original. Finally, Stacey takes a look, and shows you how to use, one of the most mysterious and versatile metal working tools out there - the English Wheel. So strap in and hold on, because we're east bound and down...