I don't know what engines were in the TV cars but the 77 Trans Am was only 200 hp and you could get a 426 Hemi in a 69 Charger ! 400 plus HP . but it was a heavy car.The 69 Charger I had was a 383 mag 335 hp . You would have to put a better engine in the Trans Am to bet the Charger with stock engines !
LOL, thanks Patti, puts me in the mind of me and my brother, he had a 68 318 and a 70 383 Charger. I been a Poncho guy since I stopped poopen Gerber lol. Also reminds me of Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog from Warner Bros. Looney Toons.http://iamdonwood.blogspot.com/2012/12/sheepdogs-wolves-and-sheep.htmlRead the entire page, it's well worth it!
Poncho huggen gear snatchen posi piro.
I remember that video. Its a shame nobody is willng to hit the dirt roads anymore, theres nothing like slinging some gravel or even squallin tars on dirt Dukes-style. I get my drifting fix when it snows here but a guy really needs a pickup with at least 31x10.50s to start the yee-haws and be "backwoods legit". Damn the paint job!
What a thrill! Loved it