I realize the speed at which cars are developed, and the fact that gabe also has had ideas for a car similar to this at least in the planning stage, but it's still a decent concept once a few more varied cars are into the game (due to this car's similarities to the Moonhawk). However, this is a car useful for many characters and situations: 1. pimps, 2. private detectives, 3. bank managers, 4. gangsters, 5. corrupt cops; plus it would certainly be impressive to have a car chase with something this large and ungainly. So, meet the 1971 Burnside Bacchus* a full size, RWD, BOF, personal luxury car from the last days before emissions put a stranglehold on power and before quality plummeted. The drawings have general dimensions on them, and the only feature not apparent from them is the concave (like a 71' Biscayne/Bel-Air/Impala/Caprice) rear window. It's inspired by the Lincoln Mark III and IV, the Cadillac Eldorado, the Buick Riviera, the Chevrolet Monte Carlo, and the Imperial Lebaron Coupe. The 1971 Burnside Bacchus features a 448 cubic inch V8 with dual four-barrels and 10:1 compression producing 360 gross hp (270 net). It has a three speed column-shift automatic and an anti-lock rear differential between the rear drive wheels. Despite weighting 4800 lbs it can get to 60 mph in 8.9 seconds and pull a quarter mile in 16.1 seconds. Granted, fuel economy averages around 11 mpg. Binders (power, of course) up front are discs, in the back anti-lock drums. Stopping distances from 60 average about 193 feet, with notable rear wheel hop. Steering is power recirculating ball. Front suspension is coil and McPherson struts, rear suspension is leaf. It's got a 128 inch wheelbase and an overall length of 220 inches, riding on 15 inch wheels with white sidewall tires. The interior is button-tufted leather with real wood applique and a designer timepiece. Front headlights are hidden beneath the full width grill, and the rear turn signals are sequential. Trunk space is about 19 cubic feet. *Bacchus was the Roman god of the grape harvest, wine, ecstasy, and hedonism. I thought it appropriate for such a gluttonous car.