Seven Hills Motorcars is very proud to offer this low mileage 1978 Trans Am in spectacular condition the high performance W72 engine, F41 Suspension, and highly desirable M21 4-Speed manual transmission. The market on the 1978 Trans Am's is absolutely red hot right now and this example is priced to sell. It is verified as a correct and original W72 with a 4-Speed by the original build sheet that still with the car and pictured below. Very low mileage and original examples of the second generation Trans Am's are exceptionally difficult to find and draw a huge premium in the current market, this is especially true for a 4-Speed example. The low original mileage is verified not only by the condition of the car, but also the clear Ohio title showing the mileage as "Actual." This Pontiac looks outstanding, runs great, and is and awesome driver. We purchased this Trans Am Indiana. The car was so nice and the so was the weather so I personally drove it all the way back to Cincinnati. The trip was over 200 miles and took over 4 hours with a mix of country back-roads and highway driving. The car ran great the entire time, was completely reliable, and a pleasure to drive. This is an excellent opportunity to own a classic Trans Am that is ready to be used and enjoyed at an unbeatable value. One could easily buy this car now and sell it for more than the purchase price in years to come. Please peruse all of the photos, video, and other information below to get a true sense of clean and nice this Trans Am really is. As a side note, this Trans Am is not a dealer auction vehicle. We hand pick each car after careful inspection. Our classics come from owners who expect their cars to go to someone that will give the vehicle the same care and attention as they did. We invite and encourage you to examine the car in person or have the car inspected. Please take the time to scrutinize each picture. We photograph each vehicle to the greatest extent so you can feel confident about your purchase. If you have a question about the Pontiac, just give us a call.
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