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Burt Reynolds Pegasus 1988 $33,000 A sale by Barrett Jackson in Palm Beach in 2014. Lot #506 - Very rare 1988 Pegasus. This car appeared in two episodes of the TV show BL Stryker starring Burt Reynolds filmed in Palm Beach, FL. This is a 1 of 1 car according to Charlie Van Netter who is the owner of Pegasus. They only built two yellow cars and the other was re-sprayed red. Only 25 total Pegasus cars were ever built. Pegasus cars are transformed 1988 - 1989 Trans Ams that are legally titled as a Pegasus. These cars when new sold for $50,000. An extremely unique car with movie star history. Signed by Burt Reynolds himself.
Burt Reynolds Trans Am 1977 $550,000 A sale by Barrett Jackson in Scottsdale in 2016. Lot #7004 - Burt Reynolds and McLaughlin Museum present this 1977 Universal Studios Promo Bandit Trans Am from the movie "Smokey and the Bandit." It has a Rotisserie Restoration and retains its original drivetrain. Previously titled to "Burt Reynolds Institute for film and Theater." Own a piece of movie history related to one of the most recognized movies of all time. This Special Bandit was used by Universal Studios traveling to promote the movie. Includes certificate from Universal, a Plaque from General Motors, Original Movie Script, Film location maps, behind the seen filming pictures, Original Press Release kit, PHS-documents and states Universal Promo Car on title. Burt Reynolds himself will be here to drive car on stage to the song "East Bound and Down" and sign this piece movie history. **WILL BE SOLD AT APPROXIMATELY 4:00PM ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016**
Burt Reynolds Firebird 1978 $275,000 A sale by Barrett Jackson in Scottsdale 2017. Lot #1401 - This Pro-Touring Firebird is owned by actor Burt Reynolds and built by Restore a Muscle Car and Gene Kennedy. It started life as a Firebird Formula and has been customized to what you see today. It's powered by a Butler Performance 8.2-liter engine with over 600hp, aluminum intake and heads, March pulleys, ceramic-coated headers and 3" exhaust with Spintec mufflers. It's also equipped with Fast XFI fuel injection, Shaker hood, aluminum radiator, electric fans and air conditioning. It also has Tremec 5-speed manual transmission with Hurst Line-Lock, mini-tubbed Detroit Speed, QA1 coilovers and RAMC billet 18" Snowflake wheels with Nitto Drag Radials. The custom leather interior features a Pioneer and JL Audio Sound System. The car is signed by Burt Reynolds.
Burt Reynolds Trans Am 1977 $450,000 Dec 2014 sale. Smokey and the Bandit car. sold for $450,000 at a Juliens Auctions sale in Las Vegas, far exceeding the $80,000 pre-auction estimate. The 1977 Pontiac Trans Am sold last weekend had been given to Reynolds following its use in promotional appearances to support the film. A plaque inside the door identifies the car as being owned by Reynolds, and a copy of the title supplied with the car lists Reynolds as a previous owner. Bandit is even lettered on the drivers door, just in case the cars new owner forgets its provenance. Aside from these identifying features, the car is believed to be otherwise stock, equipped with a, 185-horsepower V-8 mated to a three-speed Hydra-Matic transmission.
Today in Aviation History
May 25, 1927: Lt. James A. Doolittle files the first outside loop in a Curtiss P-1-B pursuit plane at McCook Field. Starting at an altitude of 8000 ft Doolittle pointed the nose of the a/c down and describes a circle of 2000 ft diameter, leveling out at his original altitude. At the bottom of the circle, flying inverted, it is estimated that his a/c was traveling at 280 mph. The outside loop had not been previously attempted because of fear that the a/c would disintegrate. [Note: French pilot Pegoud is purported to have performed outside loops prior to this date.]