1995 PONTIAC TRANS AM CONVERTIBLE
BRIGHT RED EXTERIOR
BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR
5.7L V-8 LT1
4 SPEED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION 4L60C
POWER DISC BRAKES
POWER DOOR LOCKS
POWER TOP WITH GLASS BACK WINDOW
ODO: 51262 ORIGINAL
Super low miles just over 2000/yr
One family owned
Clean, no hit Carfax
OLD FORGE Motorcars present this low mileage 1995 Pontiac Trans am convertible. This Trans Am runs, drives and stops as it should. Its peppy 5.7L V8 LT1 engine provides plenty of power to the rear wheels. Paint is in good condition as well as the interior. Why not enjoy the summer with the top down! A classic Firebird at a very affordable price.
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