We are offering for sale at our Redmond dealership, This incredibly original and un molested 1980 WS6 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am. This car is an unbelievable example of a very original 1980 Classic. This was year one of the American made turbo V8, and she is a beauty. This car is still wearing its original paint, with all of its original body decals ( This paint code ..... metallic " Fierro bronze" and the decal scheme) are very rare color codes. And an extremely rare non Bird decal scheme. This car has been greatly researched, and it was a very low production car in this color. The paint is in amazing original condition. It still maintains its original shine, with absolutely zero rust anywhere in the car. This appears to have been ordered as a radio delete car, with a power antenna. This 1980 Ta, runs and drives excellent going down the road. Other than one crack in the dash, the interior of this car is mind boggling. The seats, headliner, dash, instrument cluster, steering wheel, and door panels are all in great original condition. She still has her original turbo wheels that are also in crazy great shape, and appear to have never been re painted. Our Trans Am was purchased in a very small town in eastern Oregon, which is high desert country, so it has almost no sign of weather. This TA was last tagged in 1993 and expired in 1996. The previous owner purchased this car in 1995, put it in the garage, and it did not moved until early this year. It was truly an amazing garage find, kept in dry insolated storage for the last 22 years. It was only on the road for a total of 15 years. We have an original build sheet, that shows this 1980 Muscle car was purchased new at Cubbins Pontiac Olds GMC in Grandview Washington was ordered in November 1979. It has AC( not hooked up, but all there) It is a WS6 package, and a Turbo package. Our 1980 trans Am has its original trunk carpet in place, its original( and never used) donut spare tire, its original Jack , with all parts, and its original air canister to pump up the tire. I have never had a TA with this many original items. The Motor was recently rebuilt by the previous owner ( because of sitting for 22 years), and runs great. It shows 83,000 miles. It is a new transmission, with a nicely place B & M shifter. The body has a small amount of dents in the passenger side front corner, and rear corner. It also has a few dings on the hood, and top of car. We would normally we will have our cars straightened completely and repainted before we offer them for sale. However in a very rare instance, like this one. The car is in much to good of original condition, to do that. It would be a shame. This beauty is like an original time capsule, and they are only original once. You just don't ever see these rare cars in this condition. Like with all our cars, we price them to sell, and sell fast. We take great pride in offering to our customers, very nice drivers, and cruse in cars, not trailer queens. I personally do not believe you will find A 1980 WS6 Turbo Trans Am, in this kind of original condition, for anywhere near our price of $6,500.00Feel free to look at this and our other cars at our YOUTUBE site COOL CLASSIC RIDES. You can also call us at 503-784-8876 Kelly or 541-420-1448 Ross. We are happy to have you call for a private viewing or to arrange a professional inspection. We can also assist you in classic car financing options, and shipping. Hurry, This Original beauty will not last.
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