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  1. In the pics, nice looking 77 Trans Am, rebuilt '74 400 with a mild cam, a/t, p/s, p/b, a/c, Edelbrock intake, Holley carb, Headers, all tastefully done. Limited Slip rear, Dual Exhaust, 15x8 wheels, no T-tops, Runs good, sounds good, #'s show it as a Red car with Red interior and that's what you see. Couple of needs: Sun visors are loose and won't tighten up, Couple of nicks/chips in the paint, it's not a perfect car. Exhaust is a little close to the floor in a couple spots, could use to be tweaked, it'll rattle a bit on some bumps as you drive $14000. and drive it home, It's in Annapolis Md 21401
  2. Hello, I'm currently restoring a pontiac Trans AM 1979. (see image) I want to change it's color, in accordance to the paint job here (see image): or maybe this option Can someone help me find out which color are those? what are the color codes? Thanks, TransMer
  3. 1979 Pontiac Trans Am - 10th Anniversary Firebird Trans Am The icon of Detroit Muscle in 1979, with a limited production run of 5,683, this car was made famous by Burt Reynolds and the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies. This is a 10th Anniversary edition with 28,882 original and un-restored miles. The engine is a 400 cubic inch displacement (6.6 Liter) (208 PS, 150 kW) with 4 speed automatic transmission. In true original condition, this Trans Am has the original Firebird hood decals, original glass T-tops with factory storage bags, original paint and spare tire, air conditioning, 8-Track Tape stereo, and all of the special touches of the 10th Anniversary Edition. This car comes with very strong service history, many receipts, as well as the records of the car. This car was recently detailed at Man Cave Colorado to showroom condition. It is as shiny as new, with very little cosmetics. This is a driver's car, not a car to sit in a garage. Take the T Tops off, put in an 8 Track tape, and hit the open road! This car drives very well, powerful, with just the right exhaust note.
  4. 1979 Pontiac Trans Am - 10th Anniversary Trans AM This is the Detroit Icon of Muscle Car! 10th Anniversary Trans Am Firebird, one of a limited production run of 5,683 were made this year in this configuration. With only 28K miles, this car is offered in very beautiful ORIGINAL condition. The engine is a 400 cubic inch (6.6 liter) with 4 speed automatic transmission. Complete with original glass T-tops with factory storage bags, original paint and hood decal, original spare tire, air conditioning, 8-Track Tape stereo, and all the special touches of the 10th Anniversary edition are with the car. This car comes with very strong service history, many receipts, and original records. This car is meant to be driven and enjoyed. Open the T Tops, put in an 8 Track Tape, and HIT the open road. This car was recently detailed at Man Cave Colorado, and shows like a showroom original. No expense was spared in the detailing of this beauty. It is super clean, shiny and shows very well. Again, the car drives fantastic and is ready for the new owner to enjoy the open road! Price on request. Contact (719) 330-0697 or (860) 877-3655
  5. Hello, i've been trying to figure out how much my car is worth.. i checked my vinn # on a website called compnine.com and it said there is only 2 of my car made..if that is true, my car must be very valuable. Have no idea how to find out it's worth..It's a 1998 Trans Am, 5.7L V8, LS1, 94k miles, headers, magnaflow exhaust..can some help me?:confused:
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