1975 Pontiac Trans Am for sale for sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our Detroit showroom
1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am for sale in our Detroit showroom. This 1975
Pontiac Trans Am for sale has a 4-speed manual Richmond Super T10
transmission with a competition clutch running to a Ford 9" rear end with a
Jegs differential cover. Under the hood in this 1975 Trans Am is monstrous
with a 455 H.O CID V8 engine. Everything is upgraded under the hood; there
is a billet SSBC master cylinder, a chrome brake Booster, chrome fender braces, a chrome
radiator cover. This 1975 Pontiac Trans Am has chrome Moroso valve covers,
chrome upper and lower radiator hoses, chrome power steering pump cap, and
all the bolts have chrome caps. All of the lines and hoses are braded under
the hood of this street shredding 1975 Trans Am for sale. It also has
relocated twin filter oil cooler, ported heads, Summit Racing Cam, and a
serpentine belt system with billet pullies and brackets. Other upgrades
include a Be Cool aluminum radiator with two electric puller fans, MSD 6AL
ignition box, MSD coil, and an MSD billet distributor. This 1975 Trans Am
has an Edelbrock intake, and a Demon carburetor, and a fiberglass hood with
a shaker assembly. The inner fenders on this 1975 Pontiac Trans Am for sale
are made of fiberglass for a lighter faster car. To help with the street
shredding this 1975 Pontiac Trans Am has Mickey Thompson ET Radial tires
mounted on aluminum alloy wheels. There is a large rear sway bar and
traction bars on this Trans am to put the power to the ground. This 1975
Trans Am has true Flowmaster dual Exhaust. Stopping power is provided by 4 wheel
power disc brakes with slotted rotors. Options include: power steering,
power brakes, vinyl interior, seat belts, AM/FM/CD player, radial
performance tires, aluminum alloy wheels, and tilt steering column. This
1975 Pontiac Trans Am for sale can be seen at www.gatewayclassiccars.com,
or call 313-982-3100 for additional information.
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