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Hemmings Find of the Day #8211; Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

I understand the whole date-coded, thing. There#8217;s certainly plenty of misrepresentation in the muscle car over the years to warrant the on authenticity. But that presumes out there#8217;s a dishonest creep, and we can see the ad for this 1970 Pontiac Trans Am that there are plenty of honest people out willing to show a car for what it is.

Plus, without the original in it, you can flog this #8216;bird it oughta be flogged. From the description:

4 Speed with 93,806 PHS Documented. Which I believe the to be original due to the condition of the under of the car and the interior. The car does retain its interior, dash, steering seats and carpet.

Drivers has a small split where you the car on the bottom cushion approximately inches, that is the only in the seats. The block was replaced due to unknown to me and previous owner. It now has a WT coded four speed with #12 Heads, rebuilt not date coded to motor. It retain its numbers matching speed trans and 3.55 12 safe-t-track rear end.

The motor was rebuilt and is 30 over with Ram Air III specs. The motor has 1500 miles on it. The clutch was with a centerforce clutch, plate and fly wheel. The underside of car is all and has zero rust.

The original red primer still looks The quarters have zero the trunk has zero rust, the have zero rust, the have zero rust but the drivers side fender has filler and the bottom half of the but shows no rust. The passenger was replaced for reasons unknown to me or the owner.

The car was repainted approximately 23 years ago and to be repainted again due to shrinking of it has cracks on the top surfaces which is the of 23 year old lacquer paint. The car has the 15#8243; wheels with centers. This car runs and excellent and is very strong.

7 Responses to #8220;Hemmings Find of the Day 1970 Pontiac Firebird Am#8221;

Wayne says:

to the Seller for an honest ad. Price? affordable! Sure- to redo it you#8217;re talking big bucks but an option. The ones on the road are not the ones.

They#8217;re hiding in

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I say spend like 5K on paint, 8K on a Butler Pontiac 455 motor, 3K on a new and 2.5K on a Moser 12 bolt 4:11#8242;s and just have fun it! Go clean the clock of anyone a stock one and rewrite history.

Of course- put the factory stuff on a in your living room and it.

I also deeply respect RK in Charlotte for their extremely inventory write-ups and enthusiastic And those guys move a ton of It can be done.

I#8217;d buy from with no concerns but of course inspect it myself and not buy site (although you probably could them and not be disappointed).

As for fraud, consumers need to be proactive when buying inspections by pro#8217;s in the industry.

you can#8217;t help the ignorant who spend with no concern.

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