1978 Pontiac Trans-Am WS6 W72 Z code 400 m21 4 SpeedBuild Sheet Window Sticker 74000 documented Miles $24500� 1978 W72 400 Z code M21 close ratio manual 4 Speed shifts like butter. Low Mileage: 74000 number matchingAll original Martinique Blue Metallic paint. Is ultra rare and very nice. Never touched nor painted on. Vin 2W87Z8L176407 All original Blue Cloth bucket seat interior. Perfect original survivor high quality and unbelievably nice.� This car is a nice survivor quality Trans Am with original window sticker build sheet and docs. They're only original once. 15x8" original snowflake wheels. Vintage 1981 BF Goodrich radial tires. Pristine virgin underside has road wear but no pitting nor rust issues anywhere. Original space saver spare in the trunk with the original black finish carpet and jack. This is a glorious survivor Trans Am that period looks and handles great. Only $24500 Fred 580-221-4326 www.redlinemusclecars.com http://www.redlinemusclecars.com/.../Wi.../10347477/Details.aspx+36 Visit Red Line Muscle Cars online at www.redlinemusclecars.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 580-221-4326 today to schedule your test drive.
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