We’re looking at a 1970 Plymouth Superbird which is the actual car Richard Petty “The King” drove and raced in NASCAR. The car’s supported by Larry Laney who’s working for Richard Petty for the last 20 years. Larry was kind to answer all my questions, and share details about the car. �...
200 mph plus on super speedway's outlawed after one year because nobody could run with them . If Chrystler wanted to run this body they could only run 305 cubic inch engine so they kept the HEMI and went back to the Satellite body!!
Larry ain't much of a personable feller is he?
Saw and touched this car at the museum! Awesome! 27 wins with this car I believe.
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I'm from the old school I'll take the old that new one looks like a Toyota Camry in the front and that ruins it
You see the new one 20 times a day! You might see the old one once a month let alone ever even drive one!
You do the math..
If they're both stock original and I'm actually going to drive it ( even in the rain or the winter) the new. If I want to have the "coolest car" and have the money to pay a mortgage PLUS the rent on storage to keep it away from sticky fingers, the old. I've never even been in a 67-69 ( friend had a 70 1/2 Z28 though he never let me drive it before he crashed it into a concrete pillar)
The only one of the redone retro cars to choose is the Challenger, as they kept the look of the 70's....the rest are all horrible.
if thats a z1 I'll take new then I'll drive it for a bit and sell it to buy a couple of SS 396 cameros
OLD WITH a 396/4speed...
You can buy new ones all day long.. I'll take the old one.
The choice is simple to me both.
Put the new drive assembly in the old.
The 67 is the exact twin of my 67 I restored in the late 90’s. I would rather have old over new.
Depends on if your a driver or a car show guy
I'm Old School all the way !!!
Definitely the old one
The new Camaro is UGLY!
OLD WITH 502 /4 SPEED TRANS.
Old school. Cars were cars back then.
How about old body style, new technology underneath?
Old school I'm not into cheap plastics
Old with new drivetrain and electronics and suspension.
The older one has much better lines and less plastic...
Classics all day,new cars are plastic junk and over priced
I'll have to take the old one. Hope it's a 4 speed.
old, it was simple then
Had new, would like it back
Old camaro will always be worth more and loved more