The last hoorah to a legend, this is a 1996 Trans Am. The fourth
and final generation of Pontiacs top selling two door wonder child.
In 1996, two years before the introduction of the LS1 to both the
Camaro and Firebird twins, this car was powered by the much-loved
iron block LT1 5.7 liter that powered the Corvette. Sturdy and
reliable the motor has a bit of a cult following. Matched with a
6-speed manual trans this car gives you control of the power and
when you want to put it down. This white fire chicken is WS6
package equipped. For those maybe not in the know, this means a few
things both power and handling. Most notably is the functional ram
air hood which pulls cooler air directly into the induction system.
It also includes bigger, better brakes, and a firmer more
heavy-duty suspension system. This owner decided to take it one
step further by upgrading a big chuck of the car, too many things
to list but here are a few of the highlights. Llyod Elliot stage 2
ported heads, A Comp Cams, 58mm throttle body, long tube headers,
Z06 brake conversion, 9" Strange rear end, and adjustable coil
overs just to name a few but the list goes on. With just shy of
88,000 miles, this example has not seen much road and is ready to
move. A wonderfully wicked car that can be seen in over 100+ HD
photos and videos @ GatewayClassicCars.com. Pick up the phone and
give your KC Showroom salesman a call before this one runs away
from and rides off into the sunset. (913) 308-0192
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