A Chance To Be The Bandit

More than a few men around my age are going to be spending just a bit of time day-dreaming over the next two weeks.  I doubt we’ll all be forthcoming in admitting it, but look behind the eyes of any men you know between, say 47 and 60, and you’re apt to see a hint of a devilish glint.  A few might even start growing cheesy mustaches, or wearing cowboy hats and pearl-snap shirts, or calling their best friend “Snowman.”

Why?  In a little less than two weeks the car is going up for auction–not the only one of it’s kind, that’s still what it is: the car.

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“A Restored 1977 Pontiac Trans Am owned by none other than the Bandit himself, Burt Reynolds, will cross the block on Friday, April 24 at the Carlisle Auctions in Carlisle, Pennsylvania.”  So if you’ve got an extra half-million or so lying around….

So sing it with me, fellow Xers–“East bound and down, loaded up and truckin’, we got time for one more bandit run”

http://www.carsatcarlisle.com/carlisle-events-media-center/carlisle-events-press-releases-view.aspx?PRDetailkey=945

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3 responses to “A Chance To Be The Bandit”

  1. I used to love those hilarious adventures of Smokey and the Bandit! So cool that you know about the auction and also, found the original trailer for the first movie! Smiles!

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  2. My wife drove a tricked out ’78 Firebird when we were dating. Alas, it wasn’t a classic when we were dating. Have always denied that was the reason we got together. Well, not the single reason..

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  3. […] post leads to another post and that post is too big so I split in two?  A few months ago posted  about Burt Reynolds selling the last of his collection of 1977 Pontiac Firebird “Bandit”… and got to thinking: what are the other iconic movie cars of my […]

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