Late to the Trans-Am party, Chrysler's wildly colored 'Cudas had no shortage of big name drivers or factory bluster. Money and reliability might have helped.
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There's no such thing as putting a '70 AAR 'Cuda exactly where you want it. The road may wind and traffic may swarm, but it makes no difference. The 'Cuda isn't interested in such things, for they require finesse. Finesse asked the 'Cuda out to dinner once, bu