1984 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Anniversary Edition
1984 Pontiac Trans Am Anniversary Edition in excellent condition
1984 Y82 15th-Anniversary Limited Edition Recaro Trans Am with
only 32,158 original miles
Third car owner has been well cared for and maintained including
previous owners, and runs and drives great, has been garaged
for more than three decades and has never seen a rainy day
Pontiac produced only 1,500 15th Anniversary Trans Am models
for that model year, and also, produced only 1,000 automatics
The vehicle was appraised at 21,000 in 2010
Trans Am is fully optioned
This Trans Am is being offered at $17,500
Clear title in hand
This is a must see American Classic and everything works well
This vehicle can be seen by appointment only. Serious inquiries only
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