Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is proud to present this
2004 Avanti Convertible. In 2002, Avanti Motors acquired copyrights
to Avanti and began building a very limited supply. This 2004
Avanti Convertible is one of 53 Avanti's that were produced from
2001 through 2004. They were produced in Villa Rica, Georgia on a
Pontiac Trans Am Chassis as either a Coupe Convertible or T Top &
this example is titled in TX as a 2002 Pontiac. They were available
with a normally aspirated or supercharged engine. This example is
fitted with a 5.7-liter V8 fuel injected LS1 engine mated up to an
automatic transmission. The cabin features power-adjustable front
bucket seats upholstered in taupe leather with Avanti embroidery
that extends to the door panel inserts. Black carpets are protected
by Avanti-branded floor mats, and woodgrain trim adorns the dash,
center console, and doors. The car is equipped with a Monsoon
AM/FM/CD stereo with a seven-band equalizer, and additional
equipment includes traction control, cruise control, and power
windows, mirrors, and door locks. The leather-wrapped multifunction
steering wheel frames white-dial instrumentation including a
150-mph speedometer, a tachometer with a 6k-rpm redline, and
auxiliary gauges that include water temperature, oil pressure,
battery voltage and fuel level. The digital odometer indicates just
under 15k Carfax reported miles. If you are looking for the classic
Avanti look but want the comforts of a new car than look no
2004 Avanti Avanti
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