1979 Trans Am, factory black car, code 19 starlight black. solid underside and frame, clean body, healthy running 1970 455 engine, headers, upgraded high energy ignition coil, aluminum wheels, dual exhaust, front disc brakes. Clean, original title, new battery. Coast to coast shipping, typically shipping to California is $1,000.00, $600.00 to the east coast and $600.00 to Florida. Our shippers arrange everything promptly and courteously. Fully insured and bonded. Professional service. Contact us for more details and a shipping quote, which will be quoted within 24 hours. Overseas buyers welcome, dealers welcome. Call for an appointment Joe, 630-841-6353. www.napervilleclassics.com. Third Generation family business. We can assist with financing by contacting www.jjbest.com. more pictures coming soon
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