No kidding about the fuel use. Everytime I took it to work (60 miles one way) I was amazed the cost of premium, and the rate it was consumed. Actually one of the reasons I finally let it go....it was not worth the worry to keep it up and cost vs. miles driven.The days when cars were different, one quick look and you knew what it was. So unlike the cookie-cutter, smooth riding, tame mannered cars of today. If gas was back to .50 cents a gallon, I'd trade my '96 in for my old '68 Firebird 400 in a heartbeat. I'd probably have a divorce on my hands also...
Haha , in 1967 I put a reverb in my 63 Meteor (my first car) , it was so cool having a car with TWO speakers. This isn't my car but exactly like it.:yahoo:Mine had the 352 and of course the XL has the buckets and console etc. Mine also had a reverb in the trunk.