the Burt Reynolds Edition Trans Am
A COOL 1977 T/A BUILT BY YEAR ONE.
Trans Am Story - Burt Reynolds - Movie Car
Hello, I’m Burt Reynolds…and I know a little bit about Trans Am’s. I want to tell you about a very special car that will be sold at The Barrett Jackson Auction, in Scottsdale Arizona, this January. When I filmed the movie Smokey and The Bandit in 1977, we used…and abused a few Trans Am’s. None of them exist today. However, there is one that was used by Universal Pictures to promote the film and it’s been found! This Trans Am has a direct tie to the movie and that makes it unique. It’s had a frame off restoration by the McLaughlin Museum and retains its originality. The car is a numbers matching 1977 special edition Bandit Trans Am. It comes with a certificate from Universal Pictures and a Plaque from General Motors showing its authenticity. The Trans Am is sponsored by Restore a Muscle Car and the Bandit Run. The vehicle states “Universal Promo car” on the title. I invite you to attend the Barrett Jackson auction in January for a chance to own this piece of movie history. Subscribe to Generation Auto TV for the latest news on this event. www.GenerationAuto.tv www.twitter.com/GenAutoTV www.Instagram.com/GenerationAuto www.facebook.com/GenerationAutoTV