Post 33 (whens the last time you drove 33 hours for some beer?)
For the price of a median size home in most cities or somewhere between 10 and 15 entire blocks in old Detroit (depending on your preference for the neoclassical meth shack design or the more rustic crack house architecture) you can be the proud owner of a modern interpretation of one of cinemas most iconic ride’s. Regardless what you know him as; Mr. Mustache, prior President for the sacred order of facial hair, Gator, the only hairy man most of us have ever seen prostrated naked on a bear rug; the one, the only, Burt Reynolds and his new bandit Trans-am. Most have seen the modern Trans Am’s based on the newer SS Camaro’s; some are good, some are terrible, and a few are great. This is one of the later great ones; using an 840 hp LSX engine mated to a 6 speed, modern brakes and suspension behind 20’ but still classic gold snowflake rims, T-tops, and off course the quintessential must have gold screaming chicken on the shaker hood. This is just one of the limited production models, number 74 out of 77 to be exact, and she can be all yours for the cringe inducing, eye watering amount of $250,000.
I am sorry, I love Smokey and the Bandit, always have, not too would just be plain un-American; but hear this, for 250k I have demands my friend's. I want Burt, Sally Fields, and some relative of jerry reeds having a threesome in this thing with video evidence (or it didn’t happen). I want to get away with a multiple state high speed run killing cans of Coors while being chased by a casually racist Texas Lawman (yada yada don’t drink and drive), and most importantly somebody find me a bridge STAT to launch myself off of so that I can scare the crap out of @sailorve in a white wedding dress. Then I want the rebuild to be included in the original price because we are going to fu!k this thing up! Damn, it sound beautiful; some peoples dreams…*tear*. Do you think if i turn on Waze it would help?