1970 T/A for sale – Lucerne Blue
I have owned this is a beautiful blue Trans Am for 15 years.
This is a rare and desirable color combination.
I purchased the car without a motor and was able to source a complete 1970 YZ Ram Air III
Included with the purchase of the motor was the correct distributor, carburetor, intake and exhaust manifolds.
Include with the purchase of the car was the original accessories and brackets including the rear alternator bracket.
Also included was the original functional hood scoop
Motor and production details:
Block Casting number 9799914 date code H229 - Aug 8, 1969 with matching heads
Car is date code 05D May 4th week of 1970
Paint code is 26
Interior is code is 201 Blue standard, this was replaced with a deluxe black all correct 1970 one year only interior panels
Car has the original Automatic Transmission and 12 bolt posi with 3.55 gears
I have the PHS for the car
It was sold by Premier Auto Group in Newington CT where the car has spent all its life.
Have and will go with the car the correct set JW rims and trim rings
Car is ready to get in and drive
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Car was a ’76 model disguised with ’77 sheetmetal for a Pontiac sales brochure, and was supposed to have been destroyed
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