1979 Trans Am Black and Gold Bandit TA 400 4-Speed Rust Free
79 4-speed, number matching,
2 owner car, fresh paint,
new decals and carpet,
new front seat covers.
Engine runs really strong with mild cam,
new exhaust from headers back to new factory tips.
new blue tooth stereo,
new front and rear speakers.
T-tops are like new,
All paperwork and receipts included in binder
This is one bad " BANDIT "
This TA has been always cared for and well maintained. It runs and drives and feel just like the day it was new. Door buzzer still works, doors open and close perfect. The motor runs strong and the tranny shifts perfectly! This car is ready to jump in and drive on the Bandit Run, Coast to Coast! It is a rare 400 4-speed 79 TA that has been painted BaseClear Black DuPont Paint, original Brown, and wet sanded to a showroom shine! All new decals applied, refinished wheels and new tires. Original perfect tan dash and back seat. New carpet and headliner, door panels and seat covers on the front two seats only! Price to Sell!
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