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Old 09-25-2019, 01:55 AM
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Default 71 Trans Am Lucerne Blue

A Lucy Blue 71 or 72 is on my bucket list. These cars had it all, looks, handling and straight line performance.


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I'm right there with you Steve... Give me one in Lucy Blue with White or Blue interior with 3 pedals...
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That blue is just a beautiful color. I wonder if it's very close to Atlantis Blue in later years?
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I'm finishing up a complete restoration on a 72 455HO Formula in Lucy Blue with blue interior. The sneaky version of the TA
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x33rs, any pics? Sounds cool.
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Sent you a PM Mark so I don't clutter up Steve's thread.
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I don't think Steve would mind. :-)

Bring it on!

'72 would be the better choice. Much rarer than the 71, and with the 72-only honeycomb grill that accents nicely with the honeycomb wheels. And the polyethylene front valance that was much nicer looking than the steel version.

(P.S. they need to get rid of those trim rings. No trim rings on honeycombs til 1973)

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Sent you a PM Mark so I don't clutter up Steve's thread.

Please do and post away!!!!!
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Larry's work is great...I saw it when I did his Formula as a Members Ride!
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I got to see it late winter and that car was super solid. Theres you tube videos and sounds good too.
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