Good luck with your search. The "Pink Bunny" is an expression I read
on the Corvettee and collector care web sites. It's the hidden
surprises that are there you got to look for. Lke at Easter time
searching for that prize bunny, he's in the house but where?
For example, one of 2th generation F-body bunny's are the rubber front
frame body mounts. The hidden bunny is the cage nuts holding the bolts
in pace. The two weak spot welds break, now nut turns with bolt.
Can't get bolt out, can't replace mounts without cutting open the
floor! LT1s are the Opti-Spark and oil leaks from the intake manifold.
LS1 has problem with the coolent leaks from the intake.
The best way to learn about them is to read news groups, go to the LS1
Forum (LS1.COM then follow the redirect), and just google around.
Thanks for the complement. Have been a Firebird man since 1977 when a
frat brother took delivery of a WS-6 78 Trans Am. Converted me for life
from a rabid Corvettee Stringray to Pontiacs. My 95 Trans Am is number
4 (1975, 1978 with the outlaw Pontiac cam, 1979) Of all of them the
1975 was the best, easy on gas (18/20 MGP on a 400 4 speed), had a big
bad hood scoop and looked mean, if it had AC, would stil be driving
Been around and did a lot of work on cars like my dad. Check out my
web site at for more TA information.