This second-gen Pontiac Trans Am will elevate your vintage GM collection.
The mid-1970s were a tricky time for American automobile manufacturers as the oil crisis had taken over the minds of car buyers everywhere. It would appear that the days of big V8 engines and muscle car styling from the factory were in hibernation at that point. However, one brand managed to keep its prized pony car looking good despite the growing issues. That was Pontiac, and the vehicle they chose to stay alive was the Firebird, Trans Am, and Formula models. While other GM legends like the Nova slowly turned into grandma-cruisers and luxury boats, the Firebird stayed true to what it was meant to be, eventually morphing into one of the most iconic cars of all time.
Powering this 1974 Pontiac Trans Am is a 400 cubic inch V8 engine, which is backed by a 4-speed manual transmission. It has air conditioning and rolls on Ralley wheels that are wrapped in radial tires. It’s only had two owners and is ready for your collection.
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