My 1984 Trans Am

This is my 1984 Trans Am. When I first bot the car it was runny very rich and was burning oil. The old engine has been taken out and is going to be replaced with a chevy 350 V8. I have a lot of plans for the Trans Am, but money is very tight these days so it makes it hard to work on the car. I love my Trans am and I plan on making a new video of it when it's done.

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Fall Body
My 1984 Trans Am WS6 L69 is enjoying the great Indian Summer in NOVA. And its color matches the scenery beautifully, right? ;) Only few F-Bodies were painted in this particular color - now you can take a closer look at this low mileage "dark goldwing metallic" Firebird. Hope you're having fun!





84 Trans Am exhaust 305 LG4
Exhaust Sound, internal and external. Exhaust mods include Flowtech headers and Flowtech Y-pipe, high flow cat, 2.5" pipe from cat to muffler, Flowmaster 40 muffler with 2.5" tips





1984 Pontiac Trans Am with Magnaflow Exhaust
This is a stock 1984 Trans Am but with cat-back Magnaflow Exhaust. I'm a car guy just sharing my car. Car has been in family since new. Ran a 15.9s 1/4 mile at 87mph during a drag strip run but had stock muffler at the time. This car also has the 5.0L (L69) engine with ram air (they called it cold air induction back then). Shot the vid with my old camera so is kind of choppy. The two popping sounds on the Exhaust sound were backfires...was kind of hot from idling and does that sometimes.





11 Reasons Why The 1970-1981 Pontiac Trans Am Is So Awesome
The second generation (1970-1981) Pontiac Trans Am was a car that dazzled all who came into contact with it. It was an anomaly in that it hailed from an era when performance cars were generally defunct. It provided many great features and awesome styling. In this video, we give 11 reasons why the second generation Trans Am is so awesome and unique. It's truly one of the greatest muscle cars ever produced.




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