Stk#095 1979 Pontiac Trans Am Painted Black with gold trim and bird with Snowflake rims and white letter tires. Dual outside mirrors with gold trim, all window trim is blacked out. Trim rubber and felt good, power antenna, front & rear spoiler package. Side vents. Nice Car. Newer Gold and brown interior looks great. Newer carpet in gold, newer sill plate, all factory gauges, and tach and clock. Tilt column, AM/FM radio, Automatic in console, power windows, driver’s side remote mirror, gold head liner and sun visors, original shoulder and seat belts, rear window defogger, package tray gold. Gold carpeted floor mats, A/C & Heat. Newer door rubber. Nice inside. 403 cubic inch 6.6 engine, 4 barrel, Automatic transmission, 4-wheel power disc brakes, power steering, newer A/C compressor, newer belts and hoses, newer dual exhaust with dual tips, sway bar, original rear end. Neat and clean under the hood. Visit our site at www.ecoastcc.com for more info.
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