For many there is a greater appreciation for the car that get's driven more so than the garage princess that only sits pretty. This vehicle, quite obviously, has been driven and tastefully enjoyed. The seller reports that the engine was replaced about four years ago with an engine from a Firebird. Upon writing no invoices were supplied for this work.
Running and driving the vehicle appears to have everything in place. The engine sounds healthy, and the transmission shifts nicely. Under hood options include power steering, power brakes, and the AC appears to have been deleted making it prime for a R-134 conversion.
The undercarriage shows surface corrosion on the uncoated and uncovered metals - something one cannot avoid without covering up metal with undercoating. The interior is in good shape and shows very well in person. Some of the hard plastics appear to be original with some scuffing and scratches, but the seat material and headliner do not appear to be original and seem to be in good shape. An aftermarket radio was installed making connectivity and usability quite a bit easier.
The gauges all seem to work except for the volt gauge. We are excited to present this vehicle in this stunning white over black and timeless looks that kill!
This 1977 Pontiac Trans Am is offered by the St. Louis sales staff and can be seen in full detail on our website. Our listing all include 100+ HD photos and a detailed video! GatewayClassicCars.com
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