An absolutely stellar black beauty! This is a highly collectible
and sought after 1977 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition. This
represents a show condition version of the famous "Smokey and the
Bandit" Trans Am made famous by Burt Reynolds. This car features
the original black paint with its original Y81 Special Edition gold
trim and massive firebird decal on the hood. Lacking only the
T-Tops of the actual Y82 Special Edition movie version of the car,
the color, the year, the interior, the engine, and everything else
is exactly correct. Under the hood is the coveted 400 cubic inch
Pontiac V8 that is more desired by collectors than other engine
options in the year. It is mated to a factory Turbo Hydromatic
automatic transmission and factory rear end. The odometer is
showing only 8,000 miles. It has power disc brakes and power
steering. Previously held in a private collection, this is a rare
opportunity. The real "bandit" Trans Am from the movie sold at
auction recently for over $490,000. While not that exact car this
car certainly represents the next thing to owning the original.
With all the original running gear, clean original interior, and
even the original radial tires according to the owner, you could be
just like "the Burt" with this collectible show piece..
1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Model:Firebird Trans Am
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