For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1974 Pontiac Trans Am, but not just any Trans Am this one is a Super duty! That's right this 1974 super duty for sale is everything you have always wanted, White on white with the big blue bird on the hood yelling to the world to move over and get out of your way! Oh, maybe it is everything I always wanted. This 1974 Trans Am for sale is too classy for words and just off a full restoration. Beating under the hood and giving life to the bird is an engine that was bolted to this car from the factory 455 Super duty topped with a four barrel carburetor. Backing this horsepower making monster is a three speed automatic transmission for neck snapping launches and easy highway cruising This 1974 Super duty for sale is as clean as the day she was rolled on to the lot in Sarasota Florida where some lucky stiff was talked into getting behind the wheel by a gum snapping gold chain wearing car salesmen. Of course once behind the wheel with the engine running, thoughts of the Le Mans he had ventured in to the dealership to "look at" were long gone and there was no way he was leaving with out this car's keys in his hand! Let's face it, we both missed the chance to own a new super duty, do not let this chance pass you by. Technically it is not new, but it sure looks, smells, sounds and even drives like it is. Options for this 1974 T/A Super Duty for sale include: Air conditioning, AM/FM radio, Power brakes, Power steering, Power lock, Power windows, Tilt wheel, seat belts, Vinyl interior and raised white letter tire wrapped around rally rims. For more information about this 1974 Trans Am super duty for sale call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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