My Sons First Project Car - 1987 Pontiac Trans Am

Be sure to check us out on Facebook at: My son has been looking for a car for a while now. He wanted something that he could fix up and keep for years. His dream car was a third generation trans am and that's exactly what we found. It's going to be a bit of a project, but that's what we wanted anyway. We plan to restore and modify the car and film videos of the progress along the way. The car is a 1987 Pontiac Trans Am with the LG9 5.0 TPI V8. The previous owner already added headers, a cold air induction setup, aftermarket distributor and coil, 2500 stall converter, TCI servos in the tranny, drag shocks, subframe connectors, boxed control arms, and more. Overall, we think it's a great base to start with. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for watching!

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Update - 1987 Pontiac Trans Am Project
Be sure to check us out on Facebook at: I just thought I'd show you the progress that we've made on the 1987 Trans Am project. Jordan spent hours buffing the paint out with rubbing compound and then wax. It definitely looks a whole lot better already. He also put a quick coat of paint on the spoiler and touched up some of the silver on the nose. We changed the oil and filter, put in some fresh gas, and it seems to be running really well. I hope you find it interesting...thanks for watching!

Trans Am Project - A Look Back
I thought you might like to see the progress Jordan has made on his third gen Trans Am so far. He says he still has a long way to go, but it's getting there. If any of you are new to our channel, this video should get you up to speed on the Trans Am project. As you can see in the video, Jordan is currently on engine number three and probably the fourth version of the Exhaust. One thing that is undeniable, is that the performance has increased substantially with each engine swap. As he continues to get the setup fine-tuned, the car will only get faster. We still need to show you all a video of the car running on the bottle and that should be coming soon. I hope you find this interesting, we appreciate you watching! Here's a partial list of what makes this thing go: 750 cfm Quick Fuel Slayer Carb Edelbrock Performer RPM Air Gap Intake (Copy) Howards Cams hydraulic dual pattern flat tappet cam 108 LSA Comp Cams Roller Tipped Rockers (1.52) Screw in 3/8 Rocker Studs Comp Cams Magnum pushrods Crower Cam Saver Armored "Race" Lifters Forged Aluminum Speed Pro Pistons Mahle rings Cometic Head gaskets 10x10 Balanced Eagle Crank 4 Bolt Main Block Hedman Longtube headers Hedman X-tensions 2.5" 18" Long Glasspack mufflers to 2.5" turndowns 700r4 Automatic w/TCI shift kit, TCI Servos, B&M stall conv, and 3-4 Plunger mod for full throttle upshifts B&M Megashifter Mallory 4309 Fuel Regulator and all braided lines. Aluminum 4th gen driveshaft Borg warner 9 bolt rear with fresh 3.70 Ring&Pinion and Cone posi Four wheel disc brakes Subframe connectors Boxed lower control arms Lakewood drag shocks Polyurethane bushings 16X8 Laced BBS style Factory wheels NOS Sniper Nitrous Oxide plate kit 100HP to 150 HP Pontiac, Firebird, Trans Am, project car, small block,Chevy,high performance, horsepower, Nitrous oxide, headers, Exhaust, burnout, lopey, cammed, big cam.

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1978 Pontiac Trans Am For Sale Click now for an instant download on "How to Avoid the 7 Deadliest Mistakes of Buying a Classic Car Online"! To see over 100 pictures of this car visit 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Vin: 2W87Z8N157705 Check out this beautiful 1978 Pontiac Trans Am! This is a documented one owner vehicle. After being purchased this beauty was brought home by its first and only owner on April 6th, 1978, he was only 21. Even cooler, it was originally bought right here in Plymouth, Michigan. 27 Years ago he did a freshen up restore on this car including 1 repaint in the original color of Solar Gold. All numbers match. There is a 6.6 Liter V8 producing 220 horsepower connected to a Borg Warner T10 4-speed manual transmission. The maintenance was always kept up on this car and it was always kept indoors especially out of the rain. New High Energy suspension make the ride in this car as smooth as can be. There has only been 29k actual miles driven on this Trans Am. Everything thing in the interior is original and straight out of 1978, except for the aftermarket radio! Call us today and let VMS park your dream in your drive way! 248-974-9513 Go to to see over 100 HD photos and our in-depth video for this 1973 Pontiac Trans Am and over 200 other classics! Mechanics: Pontiac 6.6 Liter V8 Numbers Matching 220hp Engine # 481988 Serial # 8N157705 WC Stock Heads 91 Octane or Below Quadrajet 4 Barrel Carburetor - Carb #: 17058263 - Year: 1978 - Non - California - Pontiac Correct - Manual Transmission Correct - Numbers Matching 4-Speed Manual Numbers Matching Borg Warner T10 Trans # 1304065903 Casting Date: 2 / 24 / 78 Front Suspension: Independent Rear Suspension: Leaf Spring 10 Bolt 3.42 - Posi Brakes: Front - Power Disc Rear - Power Drum Exhaust: Dual Exhaust MagnaFlow Wheels and Tires Front Wheels: 15” Rear Wheels: 15” Front Tires: BFGoodrich Radial T/A 235/70R15 Rear Tires: BFGoodrich Radial T/A 235/70R15 - Bumper Cover looks Good - Drop Downs look Good - Floor Boards are Solid - Frame is Solid - Pinch Welds are Good - Bottom Rockers look Great - Wheel Wells in Good Condition - Nose is Great - New Brake Lines - Bushings are New - Gas Lines are New - Hoses are New - ALL Rubber Seals are New Body: - Paint looks Amazing - T Tops in Awesome Shape - Doors Operate Nicely - Door Jams are Clean - Original Body Tag in Door Jam - Stickers look Good - Space Saver Spare - Floor looks Incredible - Deck Lid looks Good Interior: - Door Panel looks Great - Carpeting looks Good - Seats in Good Shape - Trim looks Great - Seat Belts looks Great - Interior Lights are Working - Gauges look Great - Shifter in Good Condition - Speedometer Works - Tach Works Don't miss out! Call Tom 7 days a week 248-974-9513