This is, indeed an F-body Firebird Trans Am 2-door stationwagon. This means a big V8 up front, a hatch door, and loads of room for your luggage. Because why not? The price. It was considered too expensive for what it would have to offer. Again.
Because somewhere at the beginning of the seventies, this clay model was made. It is indeed a nother F-body car, this time being the second-gen Camaro. As you can see, this car also has 2 doors and an almost vertical rear end. It also shares the panoramic roof behind the B-pillar. What do you think: Should these cars have been made, or are you glad they did not reach production?