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Introducing the 2017 Trans Am on the world stage in Geneva as the 2017 Pontiac Trans Am with worldwide recognized and admired, even in countries where it has never been formally offered,"The new 2017 Pontiac Trans Am is the most international Trans Am ever - in terms of design, technology and performance, Price and would be a good competitor of any sports car in the world."
Lot T135.1 Kissimmee 2019 Jan 3-13 1985 Pontiac Trans Am Kammback Concept General Motors Test Mule and Demonstrator star
Steve McQueen’s 1979 Pontiac Trans Am pulled from Illinois barn Steve McQueen's final on-screen car – a 1979 Pontiac Trans Am from 1980's The Hunter – has been liberated from an Illinois barn after 39 years in storage
Gateway Classic Cars of Tampa is excited to offer this epic 1979 Pontiac Trans Am for sale. Here is the awesome icon that is the 79 Trans Am. This two owner automobile has long sweeping lines that made it famous.
The history of the Pontiac 301 engine and the short-lived Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Turbo.
The Pontiac Firebird is an American automobile built by Pontiac from the 1967 to the 2002 model years. Designed as a pony car to compete with the Ford Mustang, it was introduced February 23, 1967, the same model year as GM's Chevrolet division platform-sharing Camaro. This also coincided with the release of the 1967 Mercury Cougar.Ford's upscale, platform-sharing version of the Mustang,
0 Comments . Rebuilt title is the only downside to this sick LS1-powered Pontiac. The 4 th generation Pontiac Firebird is a mean machine in stock form, but every aspect of a turbocharged Trans Am just screams ‘cool’. The LS1 engine is great engine in stock form, but it makes monster power with forced induction and when you add in the sleek lines of the final Firebird, there is nothing to ...
Reynolds' high-speed hijinks in “Smokey and The Bandit” made him the biggest star in the world, and turned the black and gold 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am he drove in it into an American ...
The Trans-Am Series was created in 1966 by Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) President John Bishop. Originally known as the Trans-American Sedan Championship, the name was changed to the Trans-American Championship for 1967 and henceforth. The series has in fact gone by a variety of different names through the years (too many to list), some linked to sponsors, some not.
A neighbor of Bob’s was selling a ’69 Firebird in the eyepopping orange that Pontiac called Carousel Red. “I purchased the car and replaced its original 350 2-barrel with a built 400-inch ...