Stock Number: 288
Only 16,599 miles and this is 1 of only 2.917 available in 1979. That is less than 3% of the production for 1979. This makes this a real collectable Pontiac. These are some of the most sought after 2nd Gen TA's on the market. 1979 marked the culmination of the Best features built into one TA and also marked the end of the Big Pontiac V8's. The W72 400 was never to be seen again. The WS6 handling option received the highly desirable 4 Wheel Disc Brakes and this put the Trans AM into a new class or performance cars. With it torque and deep rumble, the 400ci Pontiac was the biggest engine of the year for GM in a Sports Car. Even the Corvette would only be offered with a 350ci V8.
This TA is a solid Survivor that we did some detailing and freshening up on. The majority of the paint is original. It has a rebuilt engine by our expert staff here at RAMC. New Wheels, Tires, Interior updates like carpet, headliner, package tray. Mechanical systems like Brakes, Cooling system, Heater core and more were all installed New. Quite honestly, the list of NEW items on this car is endless. So if you want a beautiful, collectible and fun to drive TA, this is the one you have been waiting for.
1 of 2,917
16,599 miles Survivor Miles
Full Numbers Matching
W72 400 - Pontiac V8
Borg Warner Super T-10 \ 4 speed
WS6 Handling Package
4 Wheel Disc Brakes
CC1 - Factory Fisher T-Tops
Power Steering and Brakes
Tilt Steering Column
Rebuilt Original Engine
Rebuilt Correct Carburetor
New Fuel and Brake Lines
Mew PS Lines
New Heater Core
New 15x8 Snowflake Wheels
New BF Goodrich Tires
New Package Tray
So Much More, but you get the picture
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