Burt Reynolds’ turn as the Bandit in the 1977 film Smokey and the Bandit made a star not only of the mustachioed actor, but it also made an icon of the Trans Am. Now, 39 years later, Reynolds has literally signed off on an extremely limited series of Trans Am conversions that recreate the look and feel of the Bandit’s iconic whip. The series is limited to a run of 77 units, each hand-signed by Reynolds. Some noteworthy features include snowflake rims, a newly-designed Bandit logo, and raised white-letter tires, all of which contribute to a historically accurate recreation of an iconic car destined to be a collector’s item.
Check out the video above for a closer look or check out the reboot of the ’80s classic Knight Rider for more Trans Am glory.