Documented by Pontiac Historical Service. This is one of only 3,108
Trans-Ams made, less than half of those were equipped with the
automatic. This one has had a body off frame restoration. I
personally drove it home, it handled and performed really well.
EXTERIOR: Clean, straight body. No rust or damage. The panels fit
square. The rubber bumper fits nice and is not damaged. The Cameo
white paint is polished smooth and glossy. The shaker hood scoop is
painted blue and has functional flapper. It has correct blue decal
stripes in excellent shape. New 15x8 rally ll wheels. The
reproduction Firestone Wide Oval tires look like bias ply but have
radial technology. The grills and headlight bezels are excellent.
The rear bumper and taillights are very nice. Window seals look
new. Weatherstrips are very good.
INTERIOR: I love the bright blue interior, it really gives it some
pop. It's been restored very nicely. The carpets were replaced and
it has new embroidered floor mats. It has it's complete set of
original seat belts. The upholstery, door panels, headliner are
very good. Dome light works. The machine turned instrument panel is
very nice with a complete set of rallye gauges. The formula cushion
grip steering wheel is on a tilt column. The AM-FM stereo has been
rebuilt, it has an auxiliary plug and 6x9 speakers.
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: The period correct 400 motor has stock
manifolds, valve covers and air cleaner assembly. Features include
air conditioning, power steering and power brakes. Everything
looksclean and proper.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Solid metal that's been spatter painted. It has
a collapsible spare tire with an original jack and air bottle. The
trunk mat and weatherstrip have been replaced.
UNDERSIDE: It has been body off the frame restored. The front
suspension and steering has been completely rebuilt- bushings, ball
joints, springs etc. All four shocks are upgraded with Bilstein gas
shocks. It has a correct exhaust system with transverse muffler and
stainless polished tips. The fuel system was replaced including the
tank, straps, insulators, sending unit and fuel lines. The brake
system was restored, it has discs up front and the e-brake assembly
is hooked up. Looking up at the motor it is clean. It has a correct
1970 Turbo 400 automatic transmission, custom aluminum driveshaft
and a 12 bolt rear end. The floors are clean metal, they were
prepped and painted the original red oxide primer.
It was my pleasure driving this Trans Am. These cars have that
muscle car sound and power with sportscaster like handling. It's
also a rare treat just to see one of these cars. This one is
exceptionally nice, better than most that still survive today.
I, Jay Grams, take pride in personally writing the descriptions for
virtually every car for about the last 30 years now. A significant
amount of effort goes into fact checking. What I am offering is my
professional impression of the vehicle.
Our salesmen are happy to assist with descriptions and making sure
your questions are answered. One great suggestion is letting us do
a walk around video that explains the car's condition in
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