1970 Pontiac Trans AM
This 1970 Trans Am came equipped with the Ram Air III 400 V8 producing 335 hp, automatic transmission, "Polar White" exterior with "Lucerne Blue" interior, numbers matching, the paint and body are super.
She is tight and responsive and handles very well with the renowned factory 12 bolt rear and a new set of BFG tires sitting on the original JN code wheels. The interior,as you can see in the picture(s) is in excellent condition, as is the detail under the hood and under the car.
Additional Details: - 6.6L V8, 3-Spd. Auto, 2 Door dr., White on Blue, PS, PB, Front Fl. Mat., Rear Fl. Mat., Bucket Seats, Tinted, Spoiler, Alloys, Tachometer, Seat Belts, Ralley Wheels, Heavy-Duty Sus., Factory Decals, Ram-Air, Numbers Match, PHS Documented,
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