This beautiful car has the best of the best.
if you do not know your history on these cars please read up first
this car is the first of the F-body's and does not have A/C, the only way you could get A/C in the 70 Trans-am was to order it with a wide ratio M20 transmission or an automatic.This one came with the M21 and then was upgraded to the M22 close ratio which came out the next year.
I have over $1000,000 into this car and it is perfect.
1970 1/2 PONTIAC TRANS-AM 455 SD M/T the very first of the F body with limited production.
This T/A has a Pete McCarthy completely blue printed motor.
The motor is a Super duty plus built from a 455 SD block 40 over to a 464 CI. Engine.
It has the SD split aluminum intake and round port heads.
The OEM cast exhaust manifolds are known to flow as good as tuned headers.
Pete McCarthy has many publications on these cars and motor components. His book Pontiac Muscle Car Performance 1955-1977 is a must to read for enthusiast.
The M22 (THE ROCK CRUSHER) four speed manual close ratio transmission and matching positraction differential makes this car perform flawlessly thought the wide RPM range. It has the WS 6 quick-change steering box with tilt wheel.
This car has 61,806 original miles and has been restored and upgraded.
The suspension has been upgraded with premium Hoskins springs, bushings and Cusco parts. Bilstein shocks were installed for improved handling.
The Exhaust is stainless steel reproduction specs with the OEM 455 SD muffler only made for the super duty T/A’s. The Honeycomb snowflake 8.5" wheels are from a special edition later Trans-am
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