1980 Pontiac Trans Am. 301 V-8 that is all original (meaning no modifications to anything except consensus is that it has been repainted). 43,416 miles. Snowflake rims, AC, power windows, power locks (not currently functioning). Blue vinyl/leather interior. Chilton’s manual & owner’s manual included as are back window louvre, original gas tank cap (dot key to operate is not), spare tire, and fire extinguisher that I believe came with car when new. Second owner with color copy of original Ohio “yellow” title from 1980. Has been garage kept. $14,900.
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