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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
  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 conditioni
  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 w
  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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