The original owner of this ’77 Trans Am had the dealership treat the undercarriage with a liberal application of rubberized undercoating in an attempt to prevent corrosion. It seems as if the technician was positioned beneath the driver’s side of the vehicle and sprayed the undercoating upward at an angle. The undercoat appears to have been applied inconsistently and with little regard to detail. If viewing from the passenger side, there are many areas that received no material, including the side of the driveshaft that was away from the nozzle. How it could remain in balance at speed is mind-boggling! Notice the lack of any flash rust on the exhaust y-pipe. It appears to be constructed of stainless steel, most likely a T409 alloy.