9,400 ORIGINAL MILES … ORIGINAL OWNER!
Lovers of modern-day muscle cars will appreciate this ultra-low mileage 1998 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible. Having just 9,400 miles, this original owner car is of collector quality. Powered by a 5.7 liter LS1 V-8 sourced from the Corvette C5 and a 4-speed automatic transmission, this Trans Am has the brawn to match its aggressive styling. Generating an impressive 305 horsepower and 335 lb.-ft. of torque, and boasting 0 – 60 MPH times of 5.2 seconds, this car moves!
Featuring all original paint, this Trans Am’s Bright Silver Metallic finish has a beautiful luster that contrasts nicely with its Black convertible top. Its exterior is further enhanced by its dual exhaust, rear spoiler, fog lamps and optional polished alloy wheels. Finished in Dark Pewter leather, its sporty interior is also of the highest quality, with seating areas, door panels, dash board, and carpeting in virtually showroom condition. Its optional articulating bucket seats with adjustable lumbar support will keep you and your passenger comfortable on those long summer road trips.
You will also appreciate this car’s long list of standard and optional equipment, including the following:
All power options work as they should, including the ice-cold air conditioning.
Having just 9,400 original miles, this one-owner, well maintained car runs and drives as well as it looks. Ordered brand new from Axelrod Pontiac in Parma, Ohio, this Trans Am has always been properly stored indoors and has never seen a winter. Included with sale are all service records from new, the original convertible top boot, which was never used, and a car cover. Additionally, a clean Carfax can be provided upon request.
If an aggressively styled and fun to drive modern-day muscle car is what you desire, this ultra-low mileage 1998 Trans Am Convertible is the one for you!
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