1979 Pontiac Trans Am (Stock #352) We were told this car has 26,000
original miles on it. 4 speed automatic transmission. It is in
great shape for a 40 year old car. It has new paint as of 8 years
ago and has been stored indoors since at least '92. The motor is an
Oldsmobile 403. This is stock to the car, numbers matching engine.
In base configuration, the '79 Trans Am's came with an
Oldsmobile-sourced 403 cu-in. V-8. The engine was pulled when the
car was painted and was also re-painted in the stock color for the
engine. It was gone through at that time and was said to be in
great working order. I have had no issues with the drivetrain of
the car. It runs and drives well. The interior is overall in great
condition with just a few cracks on the dash. Radio works very well
and sounds great. I would say interior is a solid 8.5/10. The
exterior is very nice with no history of body damage. Paint is very
nice with no blemishes or scratches, but if you look hard enough I
bet you could find one or two little rock chips. Very shiny. The
underside of the car is over-all very solid. There is some surface
rust but nothing major or out of the ordinary. No AC but the crank
windows work well. First $26,500 takes it home! Financing and
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