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The Pontiac Trans Am has always been an iconic muscle car. This
2000 WS6 model represents its final design platform and the
pinnacle of the breed, with far more technology, performance, and
comfort than was ever imagined when the Trans Am was introduced in
This is an exceptionally clean 2-owner car from Kentucky. It is a real WS6 version as evidenced by the matching SPI label on the door (and you can't miss that Ram Air hood or rear spoiler). The body is completely rust free while the Sebring Silver Metallic paint looks amazing, especially with the black accents, optional T-tops, window tinting, and black wheels. An extra set of chrome aluminum wheels is also included.
The drivetrain starts with the robust 5.7L LS1 engine factory rated at 320 hp and 345 lb-ft of torque (bumped up by the WS6 package). The transmission is a 4-speed automatic with electronic overdrive, while the factory rear end is equipped with 3.23 gears and Positraction. Motor Trend tested this setup and hit 0-60 mph in 5.0 seconds along with a 13.5 second quarter mile at 107 mph. This example also has an aftermarket exhaust with headers, an electric cutout, and catalytic converter delete. Suspension is the optional FE4 setup, while the brakes and steering are standard Trans Am.
The black leather interior has a sporty flair. The bucket seats hold you firmly during spirited driving, while the leather wrapped steering wheel feels just right. There is a power driver seat, power windows, power locks, power antenna, and dual power mirrors. The car also has keyless remote entry with two keyfobs. Everything works properly, including the nice sounding stereo and cold air conditioning.
This Trans Am is really an eye (and ear) catcher. Aside from this it offers great performance in a very affordable package. When it comes to bang-for-the-buck this one is hard to beat.
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