posted at the cohort by pikesta
I think the feature car left the factory with a run-of-the-mill, standard 302-2V (or possibly a 351-2V) because of the lack of dual exhaust cut-outs in the lower rear valance panel.
Still a good-looking car (the argent paint and stripes are, indeed, nice), and with the lower performance engine, a much easier cruiser than one of the more maintenance-intensive, high-octane musclecars everyone seem to cherish. But it does need OEM wheels. Even standard steelies, dog-dishes, and trim rings would be an improvement.
And, considering the nearly horizontal rear window, that rear spoiler would come in handy, simply to judge where the rear is when backing up.
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