1988 Trans Am GTA - NOT FOR SALE! I'm KEEPING IT!
I posted this FOR SALE but YOUTUBE subscribers made me change my mind!
THANK YOU for bringing me to my senses! This is my 1988 Trans Am GTA with
a the (OPTIONAL) 5.0 ltr. 5 speed with T-TOPS and Digital Dash! MILEAGE
is only 64,000 miles with 40% highway travel. I am the original owner as I
factory ordered it 20 years ago. This beauty has never seen snow and very
little rain in its time! The motor was machined and touched up a bit by
Ken Murray at Ken's Kustom Auto Machine. We also added power pullies,
Hypertec computer chip, MSD Ignition, K&N Air Filter, Flow Master Dual Exhaust 2007, NEW clutch 2007, New Tires
July 2008, New Air Conditioning Unit 2009 and a couple other little goodies
to help with the performance. The interior is clean and so is the engine
compartment. IT'S NO LONGER FOR SALE! I'm KEEPING IT!
89 Trans Am 400 Burnout. I rebuilt this car from scratch.
1989 Pontiac Trans Am GTA with a Pontiac 6.6 400cid engine that has been
Completely balanced and blueprinted by "War Path Performance" in Opa
Locka, FL. Engine is well over 400 HP. This car is a rocket. Holly
4150 Performance Street Carb (770 cfm 4 barrel Avenger). Edelbrock
performer intake. MSD high energy distributor & coil. 8mm high
performance ignition wires. Ram Air powder coated D Port Manifolds. Ram
Air 3 Competition cam with triple coil competition rocker arms. 60 over
forged pistons. Ferrera Stainless steel valves with hardened valve seats &
3 angle valve job. High output 120 amp alternator. Ron Davis Racing
Radiator with 2500 cfm each fan. Optima Gel Cell High Amp Battery. turbo 350 transmission with 2500 Stall
Converter with Shift Kit which has been completely rebuilt. High torque
mini starter. True Dual Exhaust
flowmaster from front to back stainless steel front and rear vented
slotted disc brakes with high performance pads with all new wheel bearings
and seals. EVERYTHING THAT COULD BEEN DONE FOR THIS CAR .... HAS BEEN
1985 Camaro Start to Finish
This video chronicles the transformation to my wife's first car, a 1985 Camaro. She bought the
car in 1995 and when we first met she was driving it. We decided to sell
it to my brother a few years after we got married. During the summer of
2008, I reacquired the car and secretly brought it back to its original