2010 HPP Trans Am Built on a 2010 Camaro SS chassis, this is the
first Trans Am built by Heide Performance products. Purpose built
to display at SEMA in 2010 and to provide an example of HPPs work.
This vehicle is numbered 1 and was shown around the country. It has
all the options that were available and is owned by one of the
original owners of HPP. Only three Trans Am s were made. Two coupes
like this one and one convertible. The other coup was at Barrett
Jackson last year and sold for-58K. That vehicle only had the body
kit. This is truly a one of a kind car and it generates looks
everywhere it goes. It has won trophy s in several car shows and
was displayed at SEMA again in 2012. HPP options include: Trans Am
body kit: All body panels on the car are modified except the roof.
New front end piece custom molded by HPP_ This includes the wire
mesh-grill and a stamped steel front trim ring for the grill and
the HID headlights. Fenders, Doors and Rear Quarter panels were
modified to accommodate the angled body feature that runs along the
side of the car and the redesigned rocker panels. Custom molded
hood with twin intake ports. Custom made rear spoiler and stamped
steel rear bumper. Custom Taillight overlays. Pontiac emblems and
side marker lights. Magnusson Supercharger that adds roughly lS0hp
Custom interior that pays tribute to the Trans Am series. Red white
and blue. KW coil over suspension. This is a one owner vehicle that
comes with all original documentation and many of the original
promotional materials. There are also many internet references
about this car and HPP.
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