People living in pony car world or those who lived back in the day where these vehicles were actually stallions of the sort certainly found a friend within the Chevrolet Camaro.
After several weird personal garage built revivals on the past that are based on the modern Chevrolet Camaro, we finally get one that’s done properly, at least logistically.
Trying to teach the ways of Lazarus to a street hero of our grandparents, Trans Am Depot remodeled the front of the modern car in order to bring back to memory the days when the year was 1969.
It was during that time that Pontiac’s GTO was the car to have, it was a legend on all fronts capturing more space on bedroom posters than Ferrari had in the U.S.
All very nice stuff, worthy of movies and music to be written on, yet somehow the modern day variation is far from getting the same sort of good press by any means.
The lack of enthusiasm is propped up by a couple of things, chief among which is the lack of performance specifications or at least the hint of addons.
The second problem is related to how the Trans Am Depot GT9 Goat won’t be taking orders until the the fall.