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Cars > Challenges > “LT” Vs “Transformer”

 

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Balboa777

M–18
Elberton, Georgia
United States

 

1977 Chevrolet Camaro LT

“LT”

1980 Pontiac Firebird Sport Coupe

“Transformer”

 
Photo of: 1977 Chevrolet Camaro
Photo of: 1980 Pontiac Firebird
 

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About “LT”

I had my eye on this car for quite awhile before I got the chance to buy it. It had been sitting in somebodys yard for ten to fifteen years. When the neighbors started complaining I got the car for $100. I guess he figured he'd be better off getting a little bit of money for the car instead of letting the city tow it off. He thought the motor and tranny were shot, and couldn't find the keys or title. We dragged the car home and found the title inside (it was quite a mess and full of all kinds of junk) and the original paperwork under the back seat. Replaced the ignition, battery, and drained and added gas, oil, and tranny fluid. It started up and drove. I have since had to replace the transmission, but you can't beat it for a hundred bucks!

About “Transformer”

(NO LONGER OWNED)
just got this awesome car in august, had 2 tow it home and my uncle kept locking the brakes on my 77, finally got it home and went 2 town 2 get a new battery, got home put some gas in it and it runs! I was so happy:), got 2 drive with my dad, he was drivin his 72 mustang and i in transformer, people thought we were racing and we got a ton of WAVES out thier windows:)


2nd Generation (1970-81)
With a longer show room life, this generation replaced the 'coke bottle' years with a more flowing design.

1970 : Pontiac decided to change the appearance substantially to help it's declining sales. Among those changes were painting the bumpers the same color as the body. Other handling changes involved a tweaked suspension and the addition of a rear stabilizer.

1971 : Body changes remained nearly un-altered during this year. Making its debut is the 455 V8 engine with 480 lb-ft at 3600 rpm.

1972 - Proven with sales, this year was one of the worst regarding the fate of the Pontiac. Some minor changes were made, but most of the 1971 Firebird was carried over into 1972.

1973 : With decals covering the hood, the 'Screaming Chicken' was born. Adding to the available engâ

 

Specs for “LT”

305 2bbl carb, TH 350

Specs for “Transformer”

400 V8, and automatic trany

 

Factory Options for “LT”

Power steering, power breaks, a/c, am/fm cassette stereo, front disc breaks, air ride, manual locks and windows, tilt steering

Factory Options for “Transformer”

All original,
manual windows, automatic trany, posi rear end, its also got the RTS package, Radial Tuned Suspension package

 

Mods for “LT”

No modifications listed.

Mods for “Transformer”

custom rims, air shocks, 800 watt amp and subwoofer, custom jvc cd stereo, trans am ground effects, camaro spoiler, louvers, and formula hood, quadrojet carberator, and ill be repainting it the original chevy blue

 

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Points for LT Total Votes Points for Transformer
47 10 3

 

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