1994 Pontiac Trans Am 25th Anniversary edition .This Trans Am is powered by the legendary 350 CID V8 engine and backed by a 6 speed Manual transmission and a 10 bolt rear end with 3.23 gears. Options include A/C, AM/FM/CD player, T-tops, cruise control, lumbar support, power brakes, power steering, power locks, power windows, anti-lock brakes, tilt wheel, keyless entry, seat belts, driver and passenger airbag, anti-theft system, leather interior, radial tires and aluminum alloy wheels. With a fresh tune up on the numbers matching engine, the Trans Am is running great! The 25th Anniversary edition consists of a white paint scheme with blue stripe and 25th anniversary badging and emblems. Production was be limited to 2,000 units, comprising hardtop, T-top, and convertible versions, with standard auto shift or optional six-speed manual transmission (not available on convertibles). Powering the iconic Bird would be the newest version of GM's corporate small-block V-8, which was designated LT1. Introduced on the new-for-'93 Fourth-Gen Firebird platform, the 5.7- liter, sequential-port, fuel- injected, 350ci cast-iron mill made 270 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque. This low mile 8800 Example is all original and has been collector owned so it was always inside a climate controlled environment and it shows. Included with the car you get the complete factory books that contain the original pen, tire pressure gauge, highlighter, 25th anniversary post its, and the calculator, I have the wheel locks in the factory pouch and order # certificate, the original factory cotton seat covers in white and head rest covers. The tires have a lot tread left, the car is tight as a low mileage car should be, and everything works as it should. A low mile limited number car that will only escalade in price for the years to come, also this car is a 6 speed manual not an automatic…..
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