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Ringo64

The Bandit is Back!

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Ringo64

 

Pretty freakin' cool, even though it's a Camaro.

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Professur

The firebird and camaro have been just a body kit different since the 80s. Poor Burt ... he's not aging well at all. Notice they never show him walking. I wonder if that's even his hand shown holding the pen.

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Ringo64

Hopefully it's his hand actually signing each one :lol: 

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JUSTA6

Gas Monkee's built a tribute TA and had him on the show.  Looked like he had a hard time movin around.

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Sonicfan287

It's so great to see a celebrity like Burt Reynolds so enthusiastic about a Pontiac, especially one of their most legendary cars. 

Although we all know this is a remake and not a true "Pontiac", the fact that there's so much enthusiasm about it just shows me that the Pontiac brand will never truly die. Even one of their legendary drivers (Reynolds) is willing to put his name on a remake. If that doesn't show that a new Pontiac Trans Am would sell (if released by GM) then I don't know what will. 

Long live Firebird! 

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