Despite muscle cars having strong reputations as some of the most impractical cars one can buy, they’ve occasionally had one of the most useful and practical features a car can sport: a hatchback. In the 1980s, General Motors‘ Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird had one, and it added respectable utility to the sports cars. But the people at GM thought they could make the F-Body cars even more useful. So, after a few clay-model experiments, Pontiac built three examples of an extended-roof 1985 Pontiac Trans Am Kammback concept.
Spotted by GM Authority, one of these Trans Am Kammbacks (although “shooting brake” seems like the more apt descriptor) is going on the block at the Mecum Kissimmee auction in early January 2019. Reportedly only three of these prototypes/experiments/test mules were built to driveable specs, and this