1994 Pontiac 25th Anniversary Edition Trans Am GT, 32,145 miles, numbers matching collectible, #1855 of 2000, 5.7L LT1 (350 cu in), 25th Anniversary emblems in the seats and door panels. Bright white exterior with contrasting bold blue stripe package accented with twin color keyed racing mirrors, driving lamps, ground effects package, rear spoiler and color coordinated factory 25th anniversary mags carrying BF Goodrich g Force Sport Comp 2 245/ZR50R/16's on all four corners. In 1994 Pontiac made 2,000 of these 25th anniversary cars, 250 were convertibles and, of the other 1,750 cars, 1412 were t-tops and 338 were just hardtops. Comes with original broadcast sheet. Pontiac enthusiasts (Pontiacs are no longer produced) don't let this one slip away, it's sure to be a collectible & turn a lot of heads as you cruise past. Better investment than the stock market! This 1994 25th Anniversary Trans AM GT was originally purchased in Dallas, Georgia. This car has only 32,145 actual miles & comes with the original broadcast sheet! AC, 25th Anniversary white wheels, AM/FM Radio w/CD player & 7 band graphics equalizer, 10 speaker sound system, remote radio controls mounted in steering wheel, Anti-Lock Brakes, Theft Deterrent System, Cruise Control, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, White leather Interior w/25th Anniversary lettering, Lumbar Support, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, 245/50ZR16 Radial Tires, T-Tops, 4 wheel disc brakes, Trans Am GT rear spoiler.
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