1984 PONTIAC TRANS AM 5.0LITRE V8 CUSTOM RESTORATION YEAR: 1984 MAKE: PONTIAC MODEL: TRANS AM COLOR: RED TRIM: RED LEATHER ENGINE: 5.0 LITRE V8 TRANS: AUTOMATIC REAR: STD MILES: 6,780 EXEMPT SERIAL#: 1G2AW87G6EN233044 EQUIPMENT * 5.O LITRE V8 CRATE MOTOR * AUTOMATIC /SPORT SHIFTER * POWER STEERING * 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES * HOOKER HEADERS * GTA ALLOY WHEELS * ALUMINUM RADIATOR * ELECTRIC COOLING FANS * B&M SHIFTER * REAR LOUVERS * JENSEN PHASE LINEAR SERIES * CUSTOM REAR ROLLBAR * POWER WINDOWS RESTORATION * NEW PAINT PPG CLEAR COAT * NEW CUSTOM INTERIOR * NEW 5.0 LITRE GM CRATE MOTOR * NEW REBUILT TRANS * NEW GTA ALLOY RIMS * NEW 4 WHEEL DISC BRAKES * ALL NEW FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION * NEW HOOKER HEADERS * NEW HUSHPOWER EXHAUST COMMENTS THIS BEAUTIFUL TRANS AM WAS PUT TOGETHER WITH QUALITY WORKMANSHIP, PAINT AND BODY WORK IS EXCELLENT AND STRAIGHT, INTERIOR IS ALL NEW IN EXCELLENT SHAPE. ENGINE AND TRANS ALL NEW RUNS AND PERFORMS LIKE NEW AND SOUNDS GREAT TOO. PLEASE CALL LENNY @ (203) 668-7797 FOR MORE INFO!!! WILL CONSIDER INTERESTING TRADES
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