Perfection, is what I would say! Beautiful car, looks like it just came from the showroom. Original owner, and the window sticker is there for inspection. I can see why someone would keep a car like this for 41 years! Amazing, when you think of it!
1970 Firebird Formula 400 Orng NSmyr071412
What a way to inaugurate the new Firebird! Beautiful car in as new
condition! You have to love the hood scoops and the steering wheel, along
with the original wheels. It's great when you have an original window
sticker available to see the options on the car!
1973 Pontiac Trans Am Red
Looks like it just came off the assembly line...underhood markings and all!
Great car, great condition! Probably the highlight of the second
generation of Firebirds!
455 c.i. was about as big as they made!
Datsun 240Z Early70s Red
Datsun wasn't known as Nissan in the U.S. at this time...that name would
come later, switching names to the familiar world wide name. This car
helped shift the focus from the British sports cars that had dominated
imports for some time...Datsun offered a dependable, fun car..at $3500 in
1971 that was significantly less than a Corvette of the period at $5300.
Granted, they weren't in the same class, but the Datsun offered sports car
fun at a relatively low price. And it looked good, too!
1970 Firebird Formula Ram Air III w/ air and 4 speed
1970 Firebird Formula Ram Air III. 1 of 192 ever produced and super rare.
M20 Muncie 4 speed with factory Air and special order GM Castillian Bronze
paint. Numbers matching drive train. original interior including retro
SunPro era correct working tach. PHS documented,
1970 Firebird Formula 400 (455) - For Sale
Price - $22,500
This is a 1970 Firebird Formula 400. It is powered by a NOM 1973 455 cubic
inch engine bored .30 over, with an Edelbrock Q-Jet 750 Carb, HEI
Distributor, mild cam with perfect lope, TH-400 Transmission with shift
kit, 308 12 bolt safe T Track rear end, rear air shocks, PS, PB, PW, very
nice sandalwood deluxe interior (original), legend-type wheels, very good
tires - 235-50-17 on front-end and 255-50-17 in rear. This car has recent
40-series Flowmaster dual Exhaust with
long-tube headers (perfect tones), recent new wiring, master cylinder,
dual-electric fan assembly, and new or recent battery, hoses and caskets.
Everything works and this car runs straight and strong. This is a big
favorite of most visitors to our shop. We just had this car professionally
painted and it looks awesome! This car is perfect for show, weekend and
perhaps even daily driving. This car gets positive comments wherever we go!
We do take trades of classic and other cool cars and trucks, and we do have
A new front valance has recently been installed.
If interested, please visit our website at www.sustainedmotion.com for more
information, photographs, price and contact information.
132152 / 1970 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air IV
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bmsk3es
This spectacular, 100% numbers matching 1970½ Trans Am Ram Air IV is one
of only 59 built with a 4-speed, and fully documented with a build sheet. A
life-long west coast car, this was one of only 24 RA IV cars built at the
Van Nuys assembly plant.
Gaps are exemplary, panel fit is very good, and this might be the most well
assembled early F-body I've ever seen. The Polar White paint matches the
factory finish exactly, and the decals are reproductions. Out back, the
ducktail spoiler fits beautifully and carries the correct TRANS AM
Simply selecting RPO 342 got you the famed 370-horsepower round-port Ram
Air IV engine, which delivered much more than simply an advertised 25 hp
over the standard D-port Ram Air III engine. Atop that intake and under the
solenoid-operated scoop, the Rochester Quadrajet carburetor makes its home.
The cylinder heads are 614 castings, the block is a correct WW unit, the
intake is a correct 97999 casting, and the unique Ram Air IV Exhaust manifolds have been beautifully
The Muncie M20 4-speed manual is the original, matching numbers piece,
while out back, the RA IV was the only Firebird to receive a 12-bolt rear
end as standard equipment (this one is packed with 3.73 gears and a Posi
for explosive acceleration). The heavy-duty power disc brakes have been
fully rebuilt, and correct F41-spec shocks are at all four corners. It's
finished off with a set of original date-coded Rally II wheels and
Firestone Wide Ovals.
This one sports its original code 211 Medium Bright Blue Vinyl interior.
The seats and door panels have been reconditioned and re-dyed, but the
carpets are spectacularly original, as is the headliner. The trunk features
that fitted floor mat, as well as a full-sized spare tire with complete
One of the rarest Pontiacs ever built, with low original miles, 100%
matching numbers, and a ton of documentation. Call now!
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Charlotte boasts one of the finest Muscle and High Performance car
showrooms in the world. Stocked with world-class, show-winning vehicles,
our classic and muscle car inventory is sure to please even the most
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1972 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400
For more info about this restoration go to www.HoggyStyle.com
This is 1 of only 4167 cars built. Fully restored 1972 Pontiac Firebird
Formula 400. A very rare car because of the UAW strike in 1972.
photos of restoration at www.HoggyStyle.com
1969 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible. 1 of 8 In the world (Read Description!)
Yes! This is only One of eight! No typo! $1 MILLION + worth. For this
PROOF ITS 1 of 8:
THIS SITE USED FOR DATA! NOT MY WORDS!
"FACT: The '69 Trans Am was introduced to the press on December 8th, 1968
at Riverside Raceway in Riverside, CA. One of the cars given to the press
to test was the pre production T/A that was painted Pallidium Silver (no
stripes). Look closely at the pictures of the silver T/A and you will
notice the hood and air extractors have very sharp, hard lines, more in
line with the original design sketches. The March 1969 issue of Hot Rod
Magazine stated the hood on this silver car was fiberglass. Note: The
silver T/A was also a RA IV car. (source for the above date was Jim
Wangers' book Glory Days)
FACT: Pontiac made a total of 697 '69 Trans Ams (coupes and convertibles)
FACT: 8 of those were convertibles, 689 were coupes. (As a side note that
really has nothing to do with this, there was also a '69 Firebird
convertible used on the television program "I Dream Of Genie" that had what
appeared to be a variation of the '69 T/A hood, side air extractors mounted
on the quarter panels and a T/A style rear spoiler. The car was bright
green. I don't believe this to be a real T/A but found it interesting that
PMD would send out a Firebird mocked up similar to a T/A for a TV show.
Maybe they didn't. Maybe it was customized elsewhere.).
FACT: All 8 convertibles were RA III cars.
FACT: Of the 8 convertibles, 4 were automatics, and 4 were manuals
transmission cars. (Side Note: It has been documented that of the 8
convertible Trans Ams made, 7 are known to exist, most of those in good
condition. The 8th is still a mystery. While I have read that the 8th has
been located many different times, that seems to just be a rumor at this
point. There was a blurb in Pontiac Enthusiast Magazine several years ago
that they believed they had found this 8th convertible T/A in Western
Canada and that they'd have more info at a later date. However, I have
never heard any more about that. So until the 8th shows up in pictures
somewhere and is proved documented to be the 8th, I would assume the
location of the 8th is still unknown.)
FACT: Trans Ams were built at two different assembly plants: Norwood, Ohio
(N) and Van Nuys, California (L) (coded L for Los Angeles). The number of
Trans Ams built by each assembly plant and block code are as follows:
WQ: 506 (14 3-speeds, 492 4-speeds, including 4 convertibles)
YW: 117 ( including 4 convertibles)
WQ: 14 (1 3-speed, 13 4-speeds)
(information from the book "Pontiac Muscle Car Performance, 1955-1979, by
FACT: The original design for the Trans Am was actually proposed by the
famous auto customizer, Gene Winfield. Working with artist Harry B.
Bradley, they approached Pontiac in the fall of 1967 with sketches (I hope
to have these sketches posted here soon). Since he consulted for the model
company AMT, Winnfield knew 18 months ahead of time what the 1969 Firebirds
would look like. He and Bradley proposed the hood, scoops, air extractors
and deck lid spoiler that pretty much ended up on the Trans Am (other than
a few minor alterations). Winfield called his car the "Can Am" (is this
where Pontiac later got the name Can Am from?) and his proposed color
scheme was chartreuse and gold instead of white and blue. All of the items
Winfield and Bradley proposed were bolt-on and functional. (Info from the
book The Fabulous Firebird by Michael Lamm)
^^^^ This site used for the descritption above. not my words. thanks.
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1970 Pontiac Firebird Vinyl top Muscle Car Trans am Clone or restore
Hi my name is Nathan Wratislaw and I am a Collector of Trans Ams and
Mercedes... This is a 1970 Pontiac Firebird has the Vinyl top and would be
a great car to restore and is very RARE in this year with these opitions
call me anytime for more info. With My move to Europe I will not be able to
do what I wanted so I am Clearing Part of my Collection. I have everything
you need on these cars. If your looking for that Smokey and The Bandit T/A
which is the 77/78 cars I have over 70 (Yes Seventy.....) Trans ams every
make model Color or Combo you want 1973-1981 call me anytime Nathan at 406
642 9602 Cheers and be sure and Check out the rest of my videos