The owner of this beautiful 1979 Pontiac Trans Am has had the car
in his possession for the past 22 years. It was fully restored in
2012 and has been well cared for since. The professional 2-stage
black respray is in very good condition and is complimented by a
functional ram air 'Shaker Hood', 'Bird' decal, fender flairs and
17" Trans AM 'snowflake' alloy wheels with BFGoodrich radials. The
refurbished black vinyl interior is also in very condition. It
contains a center console, 3-spoke wheel, 'turned' dash and full
gauge package. Convenience features include: A/C, tilt wheel,
tinted glass, smoked glass T-tops and Sony AM/FM/MP/CD changer
stereo system. The Trans AM is said to be powered by a rebuilt
matching numbers 6.6L (403ci) engine (K-code/RPO80). These motors,
sourced from GM's Oldsmobile division, had cast iron heads,
2.02/1.55 valves, hydraulic lifters and a Rochester Quadrajet. They
produced 185bhp/315lb/ft and were backed by the GM 350 Turbo
Hydra-matic 3-speed automatic gearbox. Trans AMs with this
engine/trans combination were factory fitted with 2.73:1 gears and
the chassis is equipped with power steering and power-assisted
disc/drum brakes. This Trans Am is an outstanding example of
Pontiac performance for this era and will soon find a new garage.
ALL VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1979 Pontiac Firebird
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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