You've been saying that for ages but you still haven't bought anything in spite of the fact that there's lots of those cars around for not that much money. I'm starting to suspect you're just trolling.
You're right, I've not bought one yet.
But in past couple of years, just when ready to get one, something came up.
I really am hoping later this year, I can pull the trigger and get one.
I constantly am still researching them, what to look for when buying, what I can get for my money, especially looking for a more or less already fully restored one, in the $18K range.
I've been wanting one of these since I was a kid, so, it isn't unreasonable to still be wanting one while saving the funds up.
But I don't know how to work on cars, I'd like to learn on this one since it would be such a simplistic car, no computer, basically and engine with carbs and drive train. But, I need to get one in as good of condition as I can to start with.
And, there aren't that many of them in my immediate area of New Orleans. I see many more offered in TX, and it does take a bit of time/money/effort to buy an antique car that long of a distance.
If ya'll know of a good deal on a '73-'76 Trans Am with a 455 4-speed, drop some links for me. Even if I can't get one this minute, it helps my research.