This 1980 Pontiac Trans Am is an Indianapolis 500 Pace Car edition
and is one of 5,700 examples produced in 1980 to commemorate the
first Trans AM to pace the Indianapolis 500. This official pace car
retains its original drivetrain including the matching-numbers
turbocharged 4.9-liter V8 engine and 3-speed automatic
transmission. All pace cars were identically equipped with Cameo
White exteriors, gray graphics, and Hobnail Cloth/Doeskin vinyl
interiors. Options included the WS6 Special Performance Handling
package with 4-wheel disc brakes, 3.08:1 Safe-T-Track rear axle,
turbo alloy wheels painted in white with 225/70R15 raised white
letter radial tires. Other highlights include air conditioning,
power windows, AM/FM radio with power antennas, removable silver
tinted T-top panels, cruise control, special embroidered interior,
tilt column, leather formula steering wheel with special horn
button, and red backlit instrumentation. This Trans Am received one
professional exterior repaint in its original color of Cameo White
and new graphics kit. The original BFGoodrich space-saver spare
tire remains unused, and the jack and tire inflator all present
inside the trunk. The sale includes PHS documentation with a copy
of the sales invoice and a letter from Pontiac to dealers
announcing the Indy Pace Car package and ordering information.
**TITLE IN TRANSIT**
1980 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Location:Las Vegas, Nevada
Model:Firebird Trans Am
Exterior Color:CAMEO WHITE
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