Excellent running and driving. 2-tone paint with silver sides and
white upper divided by a single red pinstripe. Sony stereo. Mustang
II front. Approx. 15,600 miles on the build. Clean California title
Information from the owner:
2002 Pontiac Trans Am LS1, 5.7L with 4L60 (rebuilt with shift kit)
-manual in glove box.
Ford 3.25 posi 9" rear end with GM bolt pattern and Currie
TCI Mustang II front end with cross drill and slotted rotors.
Painless wiring harness.
Vintage air a/c.
Dual speed cooling fans plus small fan that comes on when a/c is
Yellow check engine light.
Red light/switch allows hot water to heater core.
Speedometer calibration button on dash between speedometer and
Toggle switch near emergency brake controls cooling fans: forward
is low speed, center positionis off, rear position is high
Fuel pump switch under left side of driver's seat (forward to run,
rearward to shut off fuel pump).
The lower kick panels have radio speakers and fresh air vents.
Cruise control switches:
a. Off-On-resume (1 mph with tap)
Lug nuts for spare tire in trunk. Wooden block needed to get rear
Seats are from Toyota Scion TC. Backs of rear seats fold.
When you check radiator water, it will be down approximately 1-2
inches from cap.
Engine oil is Mobil 1,5w-30wt.
Stewart Warner speedometer at 0 miles when I built the car.
1966 Chevrolet Nova
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