• 1979 Pontiac Trans/Am 10th Anniversary Limited Edition
• An original survivor, with just 2 owners & only 18,000 miles from new!
• Original documents include the owner's manual, window sticker, numbered keys, delivery pamphlets, Pontiac historical records, past owner's showboard description + current Hagerty price evaluation
• Stunning gray/platinum Anniversary exterior finish
• Like new silver leather interior appointments
• 6.6 liter Trans Am V8 power
• Automatic transmission
• Limited slip rear axle
• Power steering & power four wheel disc brakes
• Factory air conditioning
• Color keyed console with floor shifter
• Remote deck lid release
• Cruise control - tilt steering wheel
• Soft ray tinted glass
• Full instrumentation including rally clock & tachometer
• Rear window defroster
• Mirror glass removable roof panels
• Optional lighting group
• Power windows, door locks & antenna
• Dual sport rearview mirrors
• Original Delco AM-FM-8 track sound system
• Dual rear speaker system
• Stowaway spare tire
• Rear deck spoiler
• Leather wrapped steering wheel
• Special performance package excellent cast aluminum wheels with like new T/A’s
• Leather T-top storage bags
• Tubular exhaust with chrome splitters
• Super nice chassis, trunk & engine compartments (see photos)
• Freshly serviced, highly detailed & ready to rippppppppp!
Attention collectors & Trans/Am lovers
Check out this stunning trans/am 10th anniversary edition
A 2 owner survivor, just 18,000 miles from new!
Super original & fully documented, this is the right one
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