1974 Pontiac Trans AM
Survivor, unrestored 1974 Trans Am 455 SD is a rare bird and one of only 731 SD ever built. All original components, including 18,000 original miles, paint and interior. This is a correct one of a kind car that was extremely well-maintained, from its original all matching interior and the razor straight body in perfect condition, to the fact that it contains no scratches, nor dents. The paint is flawless and very impressive; the car looks and rides very well with firm handling and performance. This car is in excellent and immaculate condition and is an example of the last true muscle car.
Additional Details: Only 18000 Miles 455CID V8, 3-Spd. Auto, 2 Door dr., Red on White, All Original, Numbers Match, PHS Documented,
Michael Fux IROC Collection on the docket at Mecum’s Kissimmee auction
William Leland III, the great-great nephew of Cadillac founder Henry Leland, ordered this 1979 Trans Am in 1978 after his father agreed to co-sign for the loan.
Imagine buying a new muscle car – something iconic and inherently cool – only to hardly ever drive it and leave it largely untouched.
When stuntman-turned-director Hal Needham was planning the film Smokey and the Bandit, he envisioned a low-budget B movie with a production cost of $1 million.
A true 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302 (Lot #2049), this car has matching date codes, casting numbers and engine numbers.
Auction expert Andy Reid will lead free tours at Bonhams, RM Sotheby’s
The coachbuilt pony car celebrates both Mustang co-creator Lee Iacocca and the 45th anniversary of the brand
Pick of the Day was once part of the famed automotive Thrill Show
‘Reloaded by creators’ is name of new effort to find, restore and sell vintage Italian cars