This is a customized, one of a kind 2000 Pontiac Trans Am. This is a one owner car that was bought new and still resides in Atlanta, GA. The following is a list of most of the features and additions that have been added sparing no expense.
This car was bought new at McNamara Pontiac in Tucker, Georgia. It has been modified and babied by one owner since new. It has won 73 trophies and been on Nopi TV and Nopi show videos at least 4 times. It was featured in Rolling Review Magazine and has been seen in countless other magazines with show coverage. This is absolutely one of the most amazing 2000 Trans Am’s on the market today! Guarantee does not apply to this sale. For more information please contact Steve at 770-401-7877 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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