Here's how she sprints:
Thats right ladies, this poor Trans Am has 185,000 miles on it. My uncle bought it right off the lot in San Diego back in 1994 and has driven it hard ever since. This car has seen the absolute worst of conditions: snowy mountain pass, rain, washboard mountain roads, unpaved mountain roads, a 6,000 mile road trip in the summer. It's had a tin roof with one foot of snow collapse on it, dings and scratches everywhere, rock chips on the nose, the fog light glass is broken, it's slid into an ice wall requiring a new spoiler and it was kept outside for a year in the rain, wind and snow when he was shipped off to Diego Garcia. The list could go on and on and thats just the exterior. This Trans Am is stock up the ass, but that's going to change. See, he gave the car to me after I graduated high school and I'm going to restore it to its former glory and then some. Another uncle of mine came over and gave the engine a total make over. He cleaned the thing inside and out, put a K&N air filter in there and a Hypertech 160 degree thermostat. It runs beautifully considering the hell it's been through.