This 1979 Trans Am powered by the 403 V8, is a prime example of one
of the fastest appreciating vehicles in the classic car market.
Based on information from Pontiac Historical Society this car had
to be special order from Pontiac to have the very unique Platinum
Silver Metallic(code 15) exterior paint and Camel Tan interior. At
the time, the Camel Tan Interior(code 62R1) was only offered on
Trans Am's with paint codes (11,19,29,50,51,63,69,77). That makes
this car a very unique and very rare addition to anyone's
This car drives very well with strong acceleration and smooth shifting, paint on this car is in strong condition with few flaws. The interior in this Trans Am is very clean with little to no wear on the seats and panels. This may not be the Bandits Screaming Chicken, but it was good enough for Rocky in Rocky II it'll be even better for you. Don't let an opportunity like this pass you by, its a chance to own a very rare, low production, and unique car at a time when these cars market values are shooting up with no end in sight.
403ci (6.6 L) V8
4 Barrel Carburetor
3 Speed Automatic Transmission
Radial Tuned Suspension
Power Front Disc, Rear Drum Brakes
235/60R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/A Raised White Letter Tires
15" Rally Wheels with Beauty Rings
Platinum Silver Metallic Finish
Camel Vinyl Bucket Seats in Great Condition
Very Nice Carpet and Headliner
Manual Windows, Door Locks and Passenger Side Mirror
Remote Driver Mirror
Original Steering Wheel
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