Do you like unique cars that turns heads everywhere? this car is for you then!
Pro touring 1980 Trans Am convertible ( authentic National Coach engineering conversion) Turned to a custom roadster Car.
Among many changes this are the highlights: the body was chemically stripped and re-coated at Detroit Speed and Engineering (top automobile performance company in the US) the exterior was finished in New Dupont paint (Boyd Red). The whole suspension rebuilt from the ground up using all new suspension components . During the build process lots of metal man fabrication converted it into a roaster. All custom work in the rear is all metal . The frame was also reinforced.
Below is a list of the most relevant work that has been performed :
Chemical stripper full e-coat
Sub-frame powder coated
Engine 400 YS block with 68 72cc heads (Full Edelbrock performer set up) Compression approximately 9.6 to 1 with (dished pistons) Demon 750 CFM carburetor
Harland sharp rollers
TH350 transmission with B&M stall and shift kit
New Richmond 3.73 gears
Custom interior which includes new weather-stripping, custom door panels, custom seats, custom gauges from Autometer with red needles
CD player with 6 1/2 JL‘s in the kick panels that JL amplifier in rear
MOMO steering wheel
New kick panels
Flowmaster exhaust with Pypes tubes
Baer Sport brakes with red powdered calipers Dash zinc coated
Front and rear Edelbrock IAS shocks
Year one 17 x 9 wheels
All new brake lines
Firewall smoothes by Detroit speed Engineering
MSD billet distributor and MSD 6 box hidden under dash.
March serpentine system
Rodney read radiator
Jim Butler Valve Covers
This is an original National Coach engineer in Trans Am that they made approximately 500 of these from 1979 through 1981
If you want one of the most highly desirable Pontiac's available, this is your car. Trans Ams are one of the most iconic cars in history and are always in demand and will do nothing but go up in value.
bring a reasonable offer,
1.305.412.5000 or email [email protected]
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