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Following the GTO, a new Pontiac sports car was needed to compete with the likes of the Ford Mustang and Mercury Cougar. That's when Pontiac introduced the Firebird to the world for the 1967 model year. Sharing the platform with the Chevrolet Camaro, the Firebird Trans Am became a huge hit. Thanks to the iconic film Smokey and the Bandit, the reputation of the Trans Am skyrocketed even further where it still has a cult following to this day.
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Having just two owners over its lifespan, this incredible original, low-mileage 1976 Pontiac Trans Am is a time capsule that looks as if it just rolled off the assembly line. With just 11,000 original miles on the clock, this Pontiac T/A is finished in its original bold hue of Carousel Red. Powering this Pontiac is a numbers-matching HO 455-cubic-inch V8 engine modified with #64 HO heads, ram-air exhaust manifolds, an aluminum intake, and Edelbrock carburetor. Additional rumble and performance is provided by a dual exhaust. backed by a factory 4-speed that sends power down to a Saf-T-Track rear end stuffed with 3.23 gears. Being 1 out of 7,099 produced, this car sits on Honeycomb wheels wrapped with new BF Goodrich rubber. Behind the doors sits a factory deluxe black interior complete with bucket seats, console, and factory AM/FM/8-Track. This stunning 1976 Pontiac Trans Am/ Firebird offered by HIP Rides is listed for $39,900.
Just one of seven 1969 Trans Am convertibles, this Pontiac is a rare gem that would make the ideal summer cruiser. Hailing from California, this car is incredibly clean and retains all its original sheetmetal and floors. Slathered in a crisp white exterior finish topped with contrasting blue stripes, this rare beauty is in fantastic shape with just 38,883 miles on the odometer. Under the hood sits a rebuilt 400-cubic-inch Ram-Air III V8 engine (1970) that generates 350-horsepower. A 4-speed manual transmission twists a Posi-traction rear end with 3.23 gears. Open the doors or lower the power-assisted convertible top to an original black deluxe interior with black bucket seats and the original AM radio with a custom sound system with Bluetooth connectivity. Other goodies include power steering, manual drum brakes, Rallye II wheels with raised-letter rdial rubber, the Trans-Am Ram Air package, factory hood tachometer, remote driver's mirror, and power-assist convertible top. The car comes with the original window sticker, all paperwork from new, and Protect-o-Plate. If interested in this exceptional 1969 Pontiac Trans-Am Convertible Tribute, it is being offered by Ellingson Motorcars with a listing price of $55,995.
Owned by one family over the course of its life, this beautiful 1979 Pontiac Trans Am has just 14,135 original miles on the clock. One of the finest examples of a T/A, this car was ordered in Starlight Black and adorned with a full-sized red Phoenix on the hood. This vintage Trans Am is powered by a 6.6-liter V8 engine with an output of 220-horsepower and is backed by a factory 4-speed manual transmission. More highlights include power steering, 4-wheel power disc brakes, factory air conditioning (converted to R134), adjustable driver's mirror, and it even has factory undercoating. This Pontiac Trans Am survivor sits on the original Goodyear Polysteel radial tires with the factory snowflake wheels. Inside the car is the original red cloth interior with bucket seats and an aftermarket AM/FM/Cassette player. The spare tire and jack are also original and appear to have never been taken out of the car, and it comes with all the original paperwork. Ellingson Motorcars is offering this stunning 1979 Pontiac Trans Am time capsule with a listing price of $39,995.
A fresh true Pro-Touring build, this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am is an absolute beast. Ready to rival any modern supercar, this Trans AM is full of endless custom touches and sits on a chassis with plenty of upgrades. Under the hood is a 535-cubic-inch V8 engine with a Holley multi-port EFI Northwind conversion capable of 725-horsepower. This Trans Am features a custom-built cold air intake, custom Pypes 3-inch exhaust, DSE stainless tank radiator, Shifting power is provided by a 6-speed Tremec manual transmission that turns a Ford 9-inch rear axle with 3.70 gears. This car is mini-tubbed and sits on a full 4-link suspension with coil-overs. Large Wilwood 6-piston brakes with massive rotors and hand-formed brake lines bring everything to a halt. Inside the car are Corbeau LG1 wide seats, a full touch-screen sound system complete with subs and a back-up camera, and it features a rear seat delete. Plenty of other options are not listed, but take one look at this beautiful, powerful 1979 Pontiac Trans Am and you can't help but fall in love. Restore A Muscle Car is offering this insane T/A with a price of $119,000.
With less than 17,000 original miles on the clock, this one-owner 1976 Pontiac Trans Am Survivor is completely amazing inside and out. Finished in a glossy black with Trans Am decals all around and equipped with a shaker hood, this beauty shows in fantastic condition. Under the hood sits a numbers-matching 455-cubic-inch HO V8 engine mated to a numbers-matching T10 manual 4-speed transmission by Borg Warner that twists a 10-bolt rear end with Posi-traction. Other highlights include honeycomb wheels, power brakes, power steering, AM/FM radio. The black interior is original with black vinyl bucket seats and black carpeting, a Hurst floor shifter, AM/FM radio, and beautiful gauges. This stunning 1976 Pontiac Trans Am Survivor is being offered by Vanguard Motor Sales for $79,900.
That concludes our list of some of the amazing Pontiac Trans Am cars that we have listed in our inventory. There are plenty more of these incredible cars available that span all model years, so feel free to go check them out and see which one you like the best.