Stock Number: 749
The Brewster green 73 Trans Am is one of the rarest and most recognized cars of that era. It is the same style car used in the movie "McQ" and driven by Actor John Wayne. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/McQ ) These cars are affectionately referred to as the "McQ - Trans AM".
This car is a True Survivor. Original in almost every way except for a few service updates and touch-ups. The paint on this car is all original except for a couple areas. We repainted the door and rear center spoiler section due to a poor dealer repair when new. This survivor paint has some crow's feet in it due to the age of the original lacquer finish. As a true survivor car, we chose to leave as much of the original patina as possible. Door and seat belt buzzers work as well as all the gauges! It has only 47k miles on the odometer and shows extremely well for its age. It demonstrates how well this car has been cared for!
True Survivor Condition Car
Excellent running and driving conditions
Brewster green survivor paint
Rust Free, original metal car
Minor Bubbling in a Few Small Areas
Always stored indoors
1 of only 3,130 Automatics built
Estimated to be 1 of only 650 Brewster Green Cars
47k Survivor Miles
455ci Pontiac Engine
Numbers matching throughout
New Ram Air exhaust manifolds, dual exhaust and chrome tips
15x7 Rally II wheels
Tilt Steering Column
Roof Drip moldings
All original interior in excellent condition
Dash, Seats, Door panels, carpet, headliner, etc. are all excellent
Lots of Documentation - Original Window Sticker
Car is in excellent running and driving conditions
If you want one of the most highly desirable Pontiac's available, this is your car. Movie cars are always in demand and will do nothing but go up in value. This is a True investment grade car.
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