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1976 Trans Am

SPECIFICATIONS

Exterior Color

Silver

Interior Color

Black

Engine Size

455

Transmission Type

Manual

Odometer

76000

OPTIONS

An original 1976 Trans Am 455-4 speed from the PHS Muscle Cars Collection. It is a numbers matching and very correct car that has been very well cared for and always been kept in good storage.

This car comes with the PHS paperwork and Pontiac Division window sticker. It has the original and desirable 455ci Pontiac engine (code WX), with a 4 speed transmission! 1976 was the last year for the powerful 455 engines.

This vehicle has a “rock solid” body, with all the original body panels. It has just finished a complete disassembly and a frest coat of the correct Sterling Silver paint was applied. The Black deluxe interior was retained and is in excellent condition. This car is loaded with most all the available Trans Am options, including the “Screaming Chicken” decal on the hood. It is as nice on the bottom as it is on top!!

This Trans Am is factory correct from top to bottom, bumper to bumper an in pristine condition! This car runs and drives like a new car! It needs absolutely nothing…other than a California Duster to keep it clean! A rare find, with all the right options and a great addition to any car collection.

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