A modern interior to a 1967 Mustang
Check out the lines of this '57 Ford Thunderbird!
The covered wheel well is the only part of the 1957 Thunderbird I have never liked, as it only shows half the wheel and tire, thus detracting from the overall appearance.
This 1957 Thunderbird is a great example that they just don't make cars like they used to.
A very gold 1972 Pontiac GTO with aftermarket rims.
The front end of a 1972 Pontiac GTO reveals beautiful curves, the large grill and Ram Air hood scoops.
I'm not sure if the GTO badging on the rear quarter panel and trunk lid are factory or aftermarket, but regardless they have been displayed in a clean and tasteful manner.
The right front fender clearly reveals the work of a 1979 Pontiac T/A. This beautiful red car is a rare convertible, and shows why Trans-Ams were an icon for decades.
I've always thought the front end of the '79 Pontiac T/A was one of the most distinct and recognizable from the 1970s. I've always loved the large lights, small pointed nose, and low front end of these cars.
And of course, there is nothing more defining on a 1979 T/A than the screaming chicken!
While I'm not sure of the year, this is a Buick GSX. I've never seen one that was built before the 1980s, and I've certainly never seen a GranSport X.
THe front end of this GSX.
THe hood scoops on the GSX, though I'm not sure if they're functional or not.
I absolutely love the rear end and spoiler of the GSX, especially of the continuous stripe from the rear quarter panel to the spoiler and to the other side.
It just so happened that a Buick GS pulled up and parked next to the GSX. What a cool find!