Up for sale in our Tampa showroom is this stunning 2001 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 Convertible. This stunning one owner car has been meticulously taken care of and only 17,600 actual miles!! These stunning cars in their fourth generation amplified there aerodynamic styling from previous years and shows reflections of the Banshee IV concept car than the 1991 "facelift" did. Not only did they do a ton of styling to the car the WS6 model packs a punch under its hood. Under the hood of this beast is a 5.7L 346CID LS1 V8 pushing out a bold 325 Brake horse power! It has then been linked up to a smooth shifting 4L60E 4-speed automatic transmission giving you a full feel for the cars power. This one has been painted in a stunning Bright Red paint! What's amazing about this is only 186 WS6 convertibles were produced that year!! So wither you are looking for a rare time piece or a stunning WS6 to show off this is the one for you! This stunning 2001 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 Convertible has been equipped with AC, Am/FM Radio, Convertible top, Cruise Control, Power Brakes, Power Steering, Power Locks, Power Seats, Power Windows, Tilt Wheel, Keyless Entry, Seat Belts, Driver Airbags, Passenger Airbag, Leather interior, Radial Tires and Aluminum/Alloy Wheels. To see 100+ HD pictures and videos of this 2001 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 Convertible, please visit GatewayClassicCars.com. For more information or to schedule an appointment to view car in person, please call the Tampa showroom at (813)645-6200 or email us directly at Tampa@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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