There's no denying that Pontiac Trans Am's are on the rise. This
1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is unique in that its just over
30,000 original miles since it left the factory! Add to the rarity
that it's a factory screaming chicken delete, radio delete and
power lock delete, and the chances are this is a very limited
Also did we mention it left the factory on 07/07/77? How wild is that!? How many Trans Am owner's can say that?
A documented 3-owner vehicle that includes a ton of original documentation, this Trans Am is absolutely one of the most original cars out there. If you are hunting an original, rare trans am, you would be hard pressed to find one more documented and rare than this! Don't miss out!
Documents included in sale:
Original Build sheet
Original Window Sticker
Original owner's manual
Original warranty information
30,212 actual miles
Factory W72 Hurst Edition
Factory bird delete
Factory Radio Delete
Factory T-top car
Numbers matching 6.6L
Numbers matching 4-speed
Only one factory recall dealer repaint
Sold new from Bob Sellers Pontiac in Detroit MI, then moved to Florida spending the majority of it's life in a climate controlled garage.
Everything works including AC!
Minor wear in the interior helps prove that it is in fact the original interior.
Great for any collection, or to show off at your local cruise in as a near mint time-capsule.
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