WIDETRACK -- This special Trans Am is a Pro Touring build just completed in our shop. This is a true Supercar with an aggressive Trans Am look.Incredible custom bodywork -- full rotisserie restoration of a 1981 TTA tub and a 1972 TA front clip. After the restoration, the body was modified with full metal 7 rear flares, 4 front flares, custom rockers and flush door handles. The body was fully rhino-lined for protection and then painted in a mile-deep black finish.Suspension consists of a full Heidts set-up. Plated IRS-G at the rear with QA1 coil overs, Heidts 9 center, and inboard Wilwoods. Heidts front subframe with QA1s and Wilwoods, plus Heidts frame connectors round out the suspension/frame. Custom Modulaire 19s & 20s and a fantastic exhaust finish the undercarriage.Power is a crate LS3 modified and tuned to put out well over 500 HP at the crank. Chassis Dyno tested at over 480 H.P. to the wheels through a new 4L65E.Full custom wiring, sound system, alarm system, and gauge package. Incredible custom interior with one-off leather upholstery & headliner. Custom console and door panels top off the interior.This machine is ready to rule the road...are you ready to make this Supercar yours?
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William Leland III, the great-great nephew of Cadillac founder Henry Leland, ordered this 1979 Trans Am in 1978 after his father agreed to co-sign for the loan.
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