"Pro-Touring" 1976 Trans Am with original 455 Engine (block). Carousel Red (classic GTO Judge color) only offered on the Trans Am in 1976. Low miles. No rust. Super clean. Looks and runs great! Lots of additional paperwork, including independent appraisal. This is a real head-turner and a blast to drive.
The following upgrades have been professionally performed .
Keisler (Tremec) TKO-500 5 Speed manual transmission (including O,D.) (October, 2013)
Hotchkis Sub-frame Connectors (April, 2012)
Hotchkis Total Vehicle Suspension kit (April, 2012)
Wilwood front & rear disc brake kits (April, 2012)
Foose 17x9 Legend chrome Wheels (June, 2012)
Nitto Invo P255/50 ZR17 100W tires (June, 2012)
Center Force performance clutch (July, 2011)
Hurst competition shifter (March, 2014)
Hooker Headers (Date Unknown)
Custom Exhaust with Walker Turbo Mufflers (April, 2011)
Hi-power Sound System w/front input and Kicker speakers w/powered Sub (February, 2015)
Professionally Built Engine with complete Build Report (July 2011)
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