What year is bandit?
Burt Reynolds’ 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Sold for $240,000. The Pontiac Firebird Trans Am from Smokey and the Bandit is one of the most famous movie cars of all time. A 1977 special-edition model once owned by the late actor Burt Reynolds recently wound up on the car auction website Bring a Trailer.
What year is the Firebird in Smokey and the Bandit?
Today, Smokey and the Bandit remains one of the most popular car action films ever made, and the 1977 Pontiac Trans Am will forever be wed to the movie. The movie, in fact, caused sales of the Trans Am car to skyrocket in 1977, as Needham points out in his 2007 interview with DeMauro.
How much did Burt Reynolds car sell for?
Reynolds owned several Bandit-style Pontiac Trans Ams after filming wrapped, one of which just sold at auction for $172,000. Just like in the movie, this 1977 Pontiac Trans Am gets a black on black color scheme, and comes equipped with the Y82 Special Edition Package.
What engine was in Smokey and the Bandit Kenworth?
With a big hood and a ton of power beneath said hood, the truck is heaved by a twin-turbo Cummins, with the occasional truck carrying a 3408 Cat instead. The BBC (bumper to back-of-cab) for the W900 model ranges from 121 inches to 130 inches, which makes it one of the largest cabs you can find.
When did the Suzuki Bandit Series come out?
The Suzuki Bandit is a series of standard motorcycles produced by Suzuki since 1989. The Bandit series includes the following models:
What does the current code mean on Bandit?
(Codes marked as “current” represent new codes in version 4 of Bandit. Until v.4 is released, continue to use “discontinued” codes) Birds with auxiliary markers (like web tags) and no Federal band or with foreign bands may be micro-aged.
What kind of car was in Smokey and the bandit?
Legendary style meets supercar performance in this limited production, hand-built muscle car. When the 1977 Special Edition Trans Am was chosen to star alongside Burt Reynolds in the classic movie Smokey and the Bandit®, history was made.
What kind of car is the bandit Prototype 1?
Prototype 1 is the car that was shot for the August, 2007 issue of Hot Rod Magazine, and was used for most of the detail shots seen on this web site. Mechanically, Prototype 1 is very similar to a regular Trans Am in that it still makes use of an OEM front subframe and rear leaf springs.