Before he reached the Great Fairground in the Sky, Burt Reynolds had a radical idea: crossing the ‘77 Bandit Trans Am with a modern-era performance truck. We’ve finished the idea he started. We can almost hear his cackle.
In 1977, Smokey and the Bandit crossed the lines between comedy, car chase and action film. It planted more butts in theater seats than Star Wars in its first week of release. It also reignited a black-and-gold love affair for car buyers.
This 700-plus HP streetable time machine is fixin’ ta spill yo’ mama’s popcorn and melt your brain’s butter. The Bandit Truck is in hot pursuit of collectors. Get ready to cross your own lines.
Well, that’s the reason, son. Here’s to blowers, big-ass tires, 707 wild horses, beer runs and Burt’s way of looking at things. Crossing lines for the sheer joy of it. The Bandit Truck. Because somebody had to do it.
With 707 horsepower, you can put the world in your rear view mirror in no time. As for the fender flares, functional air ducting and twin-rear exhaust tips, you may as well give ‘em something to remember your backside by.
Bolt a Magnuson blower to a blueprinted GM performance block and things get wicked in a big ol’ hurry. 707 horsepower of forced induction sorcery. We’re talking the sorta mojo that’ll make folks sorry they ever crossed you.
"Limited Edition". Two words that immediately bring us to other two-word combos. Act now. Stupid fast. Get yours. The Bandit Truck is officially kicking ass and taking names—as in, yours.
Only the finest. Much like the leather found throughout the interior of the Bandit Truck. On the seats, the dash, the console, etc. Whipped cream sold separately.
The center console plaque says it all. It has your exact number. It says you know what you want and you know how to get it. It says that you’re in touch with your inner-Burt.
HOW FAST ARE YOU WILLING TO BE?
With 707 horses, they won’t be hangin’ around for long. Invest some of your hard-earned beer money into a future legend. Or forever hold your boys, Fred.