The Pontiac Trans Am is an iconic muscle car that spans quite a few decades before Pontiac was killed off for good. It covered everything you could ask for in a muscle car. It had the sleek but powerful lines, the long hood and low stance. The big engines and the big fire chicken on the hood really caught the imagination of the general public. If you were a kid and saw a Trans Am you got really quite excited. It was one of the those cars that just smacked you in the face and said hey look at me. The Pontiac Trans Am first appeared in the late '60s but really got an audience in the late '70s when it appeared in the movie Smokey and the Bandit. Millions and millions of people saw that black Trans Am with be big bird on the hood jumping and sliding all over the city and countryside. Every kid and every adult wanted to live out the fantasy of being the Bandit and at the center of it all was that beautiful black Trans Am. Of course now that you finally own a Pontiac Trans Am and you think your Smokey is on your tail, you rev up the small block and haul butt down the street. You really want to talk on the CB but you don't have one but you do have a radio. The thing is the radio is quite awful. You think Pontiac would seriously have had a better stereo. So what can you do now? You cruise on over to Vintage Car Radio and take a look at the line of Ken Harrison radio. Ken Harrison radios are at the top of the heap when it comes to the classic car radio industry. Ken Harrison radios sound amazing and are built to last. So get yourself a Ken Harrison radio today.