1979 Trans Am with numbers matching 403 Olds engine that was rebuilt back in 2013 @ 92534 kms, motor was bored 30 over with a mileage cam Edelbrock roller rockers and aluminum Edelbrock intake.Car has new front and rear suspension with new 323 gears instead of the stock 241's and new axles and center pinion, interior is 97% new and car just painted and new panels put on in Dec 2016 just about everything replaced new car was just appraised @ $57,600 Canadian so no low ball offers. I am the 3rd owner of the car and have owned it since 1984. Firebird on the hood is hand painted not a decal, additional photos on request. Please remember price is in Canadian dollars and mileage is in kilometers. Paint on car is Platinum Silver Metallic and interior is Oyster/Carmine Red. Car is PHS Documented along with GM Canada's option list, have lots of money and time invested into this car and I'm just not willing to give it away.
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