Price Reduced! 1980 Pontiac Trans Am near Orlando FL. Unrestored, but a well-maintained regular driver. Drive now, restore later. Not a show car, but still a head-turner. Original 301 (4.9) engine, rebuilt two years ago, new paint three years ago. See 301garage.com for interesting info about this engine. No hood bird. A/C works. Same owner since 1985. Includes two of the original Rally II wheels. Pioneer cassette stereo with amp and new Infinity speakers. Also have factory build sheet and original owner's purchase documentation.
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