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The value of this car is $42, 000. If you've ever wanted a car like this, then here is one better!!
This is a beautiful example of a 1979 Trans Am. This American classic from the muscle car era is black on black
with the much desired glass T-Top option. The fully restored Trans Am's with the factory installed, numbers
matching, Oldsmobile V8 6.6 and not the regular Pontiac 400 are very rare to find. Especially with the fully loaded
Trans Am package-- T-Tops, larger motor, ice cold A/C, toasty heater, factory power windows, power locks, snow
flake rims, on and on! $12, 000 in upgrades were just, just done to get the car ready for Cruising On The Coast and
car shows! Recent important upgrades include professionally rebuilt motor and rebuilt numbers matching
transmission, new old stock exhaust manifold with brand new exhaust system (dual Flow Masters) custom installed
with chrome flare tips, complete all new A/C system and parts, new radiator, tires, and battery. The factory
replica radio is on back order with Classic Industries, but will be mailed to the new owner as soon as I get it.
Too much great things to list, but everything was replaced or restored down to the frame and body bushings on this
once in a lifetime car. All work was professionally done and now has a super clean custom leather interior, custom
instrument bezel restored in Kentucky, new door panels, new headliner, new steering wheel (needs to be installed),
new door seals, and new carpet throughout. Drives and sounds wonderful with the new exhaust system! This Trans Am
was covered and kept in a garage. The cover and many extras will come with the car! We have 39K invested from the
barn rescue, repairs, upgrades, and custom restoration work. We have most all receipts and they will come with the
car. Our family intended this T/A to be a crowd pleaser for car shows, but it can be equally impressive out on the
road. I really hope the next person enjoys having the T/A as much as we did. We want the car to end up at a good
home so the price is negotiable for the right buyer.