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73 Grand Am. On Wellesley Island New York.1974.The nose of the car was made of soft rubbery stuff. The TV ads showed how you could crush it with a baseball bat and it would bounce back in shape. Unfortunately on its best day it only got 16 mpg highway. Kodakchrome 35mm slide. View full size.