2002 Pontiac Trans AM
Amazing 2002 Trans Am WS6 collector's edition with only 9800 miles.
Only 584 6 speed convertibles ever built. This car has been very well taken care of and babied for the past 10 years.
The Trans Am has been modified to be one of the fastest 2002 Trans Am's.
The motor and car have over $23,000 invested into them, not including the price of the car.
A detailed list of all modifications is available upon request. They were done by a very well-respected engine builder.
NOS was installed, but never hooked up to the tank or ever used.
Additional Details: - Only 9863 Miles 6.6L V8, 6-Spd. Auto, 2 Door dr., Yellow on Black, PS, PB, PW, Drivers Air Bag, Air, Tilt, PDL, AM/FM/CD, P/Mirrors, Keyless, Dual Air Bags, Bucket Seats, 2 Capt. Chairs, 3rd Row Seating, CD, Sat. Radio, AM, AM/FM, ABS, Alarm, Tinted,
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