1977 Pontiac Trans Am for sale at with test drive, driving sounds, and walk through video
http://www.flemingsultimategarage.com 301.816.1000 Optional hi-performance Pontiac 6.6 liter V-8, turbohydramatic trans, original GM rear, mirror finish Firethorn red paint w/ color matched callouts + screaming chicken, Firethorn bucket seat interior, full factory gauges w/ engine turned dash, 15X8 snowflake alloys w/ BFG radial T/As, power disc brakes, power steering, original great sounding dual Exhaust w/ correct tips, Shaker hood, nicely restored and a great cruising piece of time.
1977 Pontiac TRANS AM | an average guy's review
Another honest auto review from an average guy -- my friend Doug's 1977 Trans AM. http://www.youtube.com/thedrivemart
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133064 / 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SE
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bo38fjp This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am is just like the one used in Smokey and The Bandit, and if you grew up in the 70s like I did, it still makes your heart flutter every time you see one. Not only is it like the one Burt Reynolds drove, but it is a real 4-speed car, has just 34,581 original miles, is fully documented including Pontiac Historic Services paperwork and full ownership history, and is loaded with more than $2800 in original factory options, including A/C! And nice this one is that inky black paint is orders of magnitude better than any 1970s factory job, which it should be since the car was treated to a show-quality repaint in 2008 by a shop that specializes in 1975-1981 Trans Ams. The gaps and panel alignment are excellent the decals, which are EVERYWHERE on this car, are in outstanding condition. The motivating force behind this famous ride is the 6.6 liter V8 under the hood (that's a 400 to us old-school muscle car guys), and the numbers-matching lump in this Poncho is as close to factory fresh as a car can be after 34,000 miles. All the correct bits and pieces are there, from the hoses and clamps to the air cleaner's fresh air hose. Notice the factory A/C and GM Corporate Blue paint, total vintage 1977 equipment. It starts and runs perfectly, although it's awfully quiet. I'm pretty sure the sound effects in the movie weren't made by a stock Trans Am because it sure sounded NASTY. I'm guessing this one is just a muffler upgrade away from a full Bandit soundtrack if that's what you're into. Behind the engine you'll find a genuine shift-it-yourself 4-speed manual. The rest of the chassis is par for a 34,000 mile original clean and well maintained, but not super-glossy like a restored piece. The Exhaust looks good, the brakes work properly, and the machined snowflake wheels with gold inserts sport 225/70/15 BFGoodrich T/A radials. Inside there's a tan interior in place of Burt's black upholstery, and I think I like it better. First of all, black gets seriously hot when cruising with the T-tops off and the sun is shining. And second, it's like a black hole in there. The tan guts on this car are bright and airy and contrast nicely with the black and gold exterior. Looking at the driver's seat, there's just no question that this is a low-mileage piece; there's not a fold or crease anywhere, the pedals show no wear, and the steering wheel looks like new. Customers ask us: if there was one car you would buy right now and hang onto, what would it be? Here's our current reply: this 1977 Trans Am. This car has all the right stuff (paperwork, original drive train, original sheet metal, color, a 4-speed) that forms the basis for an investment grade car. Most importantly, it is arguably the most desirable single model of THE iconic car of the 70's generation.