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  • There's much more than three generations...

      1 year ago
    • That’s what I was thinking too.

        1 year ago
  • 1st gen for me. Latest still really brilliant.

      1 year ago
  • I liked the GT350R and the Hellcat. The Camaro looked much better in this gen for me.

      1 year ago
  • Being born in 1959, I have great respect and admiration for the originals as they gave birth to the “Pony Car” which ironically, lived a relatively short life until they were recently resurrected. Although Ford kept the Mustang in play more than the others ... with the pitiful exception of the “Mustang 2.” Having said that ... I’ll take the new generation. In all cases, the manufacturers have stayed true to the original concept while radically improving the breed with new tech power, brakes and handling. Basically, what they have done, is bring Trans Am to the showroom floor and the street. Cheers to them for that!

      1 year ago
  • It really boils down to first or now and what your planning to use it for. I think that unquestionably the first generation are the coolest in terms of nostalgia and undoubtedly styling and originality because the new generation are trying to copy gen1. That being said, for my money I would buy the new generation because it is better. More power, way better handeling way better fuel economy, and the brakes.... "FORGET ABOUT IT" my god the difference between drums and modern disk brakes is immense. If your going to use the car as a daily driver and I would want to; there is no question. A restomod ruins the originality and one that is well done costs more than the modern version that will probably be better all around and more reliable anyway. First gen is great for hobbyist, restorers, and collectors. The in between with a few exceptions is mostly kinda crap.

      1 year ago
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