I used to see Big Red machines all over Indiana. It musn't be (for obligatory chase movie obtuseb reference 331) like Coors beer once was. Now someday I will count the number of different configurations there are on Mike's charger (duck, no duck, I think I even might have seen the Jolly Roger on it once outside the poster art. And why did the artist draw a '69 Camaro with no duck on the hood instead, of a '69 Nova with a duck? And finally isn't that duck the symbol of Grandpa Simpson's WWII outfit?
Between myself and 3 friends we had a '67 Charger, a '70 Nova, a '69 Z-28 Camaro and a '78 Nova. The '78 was mine and I did survive a head on with a girl in a yaht sized Buick at about 60 Mph closing speed (me 45, her 15 - she was trying to cross 4 lanes of traffic at a 45 degree angle, had had her license 13 days). Me going the speed limit and being sober was good luck..... The only casualty was my Nova, only 23 more payments left...... V-8, 4 speed, louder than hell and fast if you picked oponenets carefully(just no Corvettes and nothing older than 1972). This is what I drove the last couple of years I frequented the drive-in where I saw this sort of film in it's original state. I knew the guy who ran the place and the audio amps were impressive, all tubes about WWII vintage.