1979 Pontiac Trans Am 10th Anniversary with 30k original miles. 1 of only 7,500 total produced. This is an original numbers matching car! This is an automatic with the 6.6L (403ci) engine which runs and drives very well. Everything is in working order including the air conditioning and super eight stereo! This 10th Anniversary was repainted some years ago due to age and presents very well to this day. The panel gaps are correct, no door sagging is present and it's free from rust or bondo. The T-Tops are in perfect condition and the car comes with the vinyl protective covers for storage. The Anniversary wheels are in superb condition and are mounted to Goodyear Eagle GTII tires. The interior shows amazing well, especially for being nearly 40 years old. There is one tear in the passenger seat where the stitching has come undone or split otherwise they are quite remarkable. Like the rest of the car, the interior carpet is original and does show show it's age. We considered replacing the carpet but this car is only original once and we are offering the car in it's survivor condition as shown. It was purchased 10 years ago from California. Since it's had normal maintenance and recently had the radiator was replaced. The original owners manual are present along with other documentation as shown. We have over 100 photos on our website, www.eCarLink.com. For more information or questions, please contact Curtis at (972) 768-2691 or email Curtis@eCarLink.com.
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