This Rare 15th. Anniversary Trans Am was purchased by me from The Auto Collections Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada. It has been stored in a heated garage since I have purchased it. My car was featured in a 4-page article in the July 2009 issue of High Performance Pontiac Magazine. It is unrestored and completely stock. This Trans Am has won all the top honors available and is show ready. Included with this Trans Am are all factory documents, original window sticker, Build sheet,trophies and Dealer shop manual. This is 1 of 1000 automatics built. This 15th. Anniversary is probably the finest example of an OEM stock Trans Am in existence. Please call (734)856-8708 if you have any questions!
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