1978 Sinistra Savage
Old Man Sinistra’s big attempt to revitalize the flagging sales of their flagship land-yacht involved basically taking the 1977 Savage and doing only a few small modifications to it. Steel was swapped for aluminum to lighten the car, the engine was redesigned to be lighter, and the end results are in.
Sinistra Savage (Street Version)
Designed to be at least comfortable-ish for what it is, only 662 will be produced. One for every cubic inch of engine.
Sinistra Savage (Race Version)
With an engine built from metal smelted in the fires of hell, and assembled at midnight under a full moon, this version of the Savage is unleashing the full insanity. Luke Sinistra is not trying to stop any rumors about deals with the devil to make this car work, and in fact, appears to be encouraging it. Several four-cylinder engines were ritualistically sacrificed just for good luck before race day.
Yes, I’m bloody crazy, but someone had to do it.