For sale in our Fort Lauderdale Showroom is this classic 1976 Pontiac Trans Am. This one is beautiful through and through. The Trans Am is insanely popular due to the Smokey and The Bandit films, but gear heads have loved them before they became the "Bandit". This baby is Powered by a 400ci V8 mated to a 4 speed manual transmission. It is extremely hard to find the 4 speed option. This Pontiac is ready for battle. The engine has plenty of power that guarantees you'll have fun as soon as you press the gas pedal and speed away. Or you can take your time and let onlookers watch in envy as you pass by. The gorgeous Firethorn Red exterior with the iconic Trans Am decals also make this Pontiac a real attention getter. The comfort of the clean vinyl interior will make driving this Trans Am across country something you can do with ease. Kicking this baby over will definitely spark nostalgia as the V8 roars and rumbles, just begging for takeoff. A beautiful muscle car that is ready for the new owner. The '76 comes with following options: AM/FM Radio, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl Interior, Radial Tires, Raised White Letter Tires, Rally Wheels. Trans AM values are steadily going up. This is a great investment that you can take out on sunny days and it will even look fantastic in your garage on rainy days. Don't wait too long to call. Get your dream car today. This is a must see. Let it ride!!! To see 100+ HD pictures and an HD video of this 1976 Pontiac Trans Am, please visit http://gatewayclassiccars.com/fort-lauderdale/1976/pontiac/trans-am-S588.html. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Fort Lauderdale showroom at (954) 227-4202 or email us directly at fortlauderdale@GatewayClassicCars.com
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