1977 Pro Street Pontiac Bandit Trans Am walkaround
360Rockets 1977 Pro Street Bandit Trans Am. Dyers supercharged, twin Dominator carbed, 400 cubic inch 4 speed car. Tubbed, caged, sumped and dumped. Numbers matching, PHS documented, Y-81 car. One of 384 no t-top cars. No A/C from the factory.
1977 Trans Am
Original 26k mi, original rebuilt 400 w/stock 6x heads(milled, 9.5:1), new
cam, stock pistons w/new rings, rebuilt stock carb, headers w/new Exhaust, original tailpipes. Original rebuilt
turbo 350 w/shift kit. Rebuilt stock
posi differential. Original hurst t-tops. Original interior w/new
headliner and black carpet, original firethorn vinyl. Originally white
body, now Grand National black w/red pearl clear. New bushings and rubber
everywhere. Straight w/all fairings glassed in. 18" 295/45's on all
corners. Fast and loud. (original floor mats too)
trans am 1977 burnout
a vid of my dad making a small burnout with his '77 trans am he has 455
H.O pontiac big block
Year One Bandit Trans-Am [S2 Ep.1-2]
Quick... what is the most famous car movie of all time? Bullitt? Vanishing
point? Gone in 60 seconds? Nice guesses, but in terms of influence and
sheer popularity, Smokey and the Bandit stands above them all. Today on
GEARZ! Stacey takes a look at not only the cultural impact of Smokey and
the Bandit, but also it?s most famous character - the black Trans Am. Then
it's off for a test drive of Year One's new Burt Reynolds Bandit edition
Trans Am to see if it lives up to the true supercar status of the original.
Finally, Stacey takes a look, and shows you how to use, one of the most
mysterious and versatile metal working tools out there - the English Wheel.
So strap in and hold on, because we're east bound and down...