1980 Pontiac Trans-Am Turbo Pace Car
If you are a Pontiac fan and you love Trans-Ams, then you have got to like these Turbo Pace Cars. Its great appearance and small production run of only 5700 units is what makes these collectible and desirable. Here we have an unrestored example with just at 7K original miles and it comes with PHS documentation. The options include: 4.9L/301 cubic-inch Turbocharged V8 engine, 3-Speed automatic transmission, positraction rear axle with 3.08:1 axle ratio, WS6 performance handling package with 4-wheel disc brakes, T-tops, specific oyster interior with hobnail cloth inserts in doeskin vinyl with Firebird logo embroidered into rear seat back, special oyster luxury weight carpet, air conditioning, red lit gages, power windows, power door locks, power antenna, white exterior color with gray accents, unique hood decal, turbo boost gauge, white painted turbo cast aluminum wheels, leather stitched formula steering wheel with unique horn button, pin striping, custom interior door trim panels with Firebird logo embroidered into each upper panel, tilt steering wheel, delay wipers, and cruise control.
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