To understand the concept of the Hurst Hauler, one must understand that somebody once sat and thought that the F-Body Pontiac Trans Am WS6 needed more of an ass. And while it’s no CTS-V Wagon, it was quite the bruiser for its time, as it featured an LS1 small-block V8 with a set of aftermarket upgrades that yielded 370 horsepower. That’s a lot of output back in the year 2000, when Hurst first unveiled the car at the SEMA show that same year, with its custom Standox Candy Apple and Orange paint job. What a machine.
Well, LSXTV reports that the Hurst Hauler was recently posted on eBay with an asking price of $35,000, but the listing has since been taken down, and nobody is really sure if the Pontiac wagon sold or not. So if you’re the lucky winner, do let us know.