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Cars > Challenges > “Sunny Day Hot Rod” Vs “Black & Tan”

 

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1999 Pontiac Firehawk

“Sunny Day Hot Rod”

1980 Chevrolet Camaro Z28

“Black & Tan”

 
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About “Sunny Day Hot Rod”

I got a great deal on this car in 2004, and drive it on nice days, it currently has about 15k miles on it and it runs and drives like it is brand new.

About “Black & Tan”

This is an all original 1980 Z28 that has survived its over 162,000 miles. She was a daily driver for more than 20 years and has had no major maintenance ever.

 

Specs for “Sunny Day Hot Rod”

5.7L with 6 Speed manual

Specs for “Black & Tan”

Original 350 with an original 3-speed automatic. New mufflers, battery, and alternator. Factory air and crappy cassette deck.

 

Factory Options for “Sunny Day Hot Rod”

Loaded with all available options

Factory Options for “Black & Tan”

automatic/air/tilt/cruise/tan vinyl everything interior

 

Mods for “Sunny Day Hot Rod”

None

Mods for “Black & Tan”

I've added a very nice WSU sticker to the back window. GO COUGS!!!!!!!!!

 

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Cover photo of Sunny Day Hot Rod album
Sunny Day Hot Rod
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Points for Sunny Day Hot Rod Total Votes Points for Black & Tan
85 21 20

 

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