1974 Pontiac Trans AM
1974 Pontiac Trans Am Super Duty 455, with 4 speed rare factory M-2 1 close ratio.
Numbers matching 47,000 all original miles. Arizona car, 3.42 posi, console, AM/FM, power windows, tinted glass.
One of only 212 SD Trans Am's built. It comes with complete documentation build sheet and window sticker.
Additional Details: Only 47812 Miles 455CID V8, 4-Spd. Std., 2 Door dr., White on Black, PW, Tinted, Console, AF/FM, Posi, Numbers Match, Window Sticker, PHS Documented,
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