1971 Pontiac Trans AM
This 1971 Pontiac Trans Am was built with 455 HO V8 producing 335 hp with an M40 3-speed automatic transmission. The 455 HO engine has original numbers matching and was completely rebuilt during the restoration.
The correct Rochester Quadrajet carburetor has been fully rebuilt to factory specifications. The M40 transmission was also rebuilt with the numbers matching as well. This is an opportunity to own an excellent, restored example of one of Pontiac's most iconic body styles at a cost far less than what was invested.
Additional Details: Only 96631 Miles 455HOCID V8, 3-Spd. Auto, 2 Door dr., Blue on Black, PS, PB, PW, AM/FM/Cass., Air, Front Fl. Mat., Rear Fl. Mat., Bucket Seats, Rally Grille, Rally Instr., Tachometer, Seat Belts, Seat Belts Sh., Honeycomb Wheels, Posi, Dual Ex., Sway-Bars., All Original, Fully Restored, Numbers Match, PHS Documented,
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