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Old 08-18-2012, 03:44 PM   #1
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Default 1995 Pontiac Trams am A4 89k

Year: 1995
Make: Pontiac
Model: Trans Am
Price: $6000
Mileage: 89000
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): PA
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
LS Engine?: Car has other engine

I'm entertaining selling my 1995 Pontiac Trans am if the price (or even a trade) is right. Basically, I'm just looking for something new now.

Car is black with a lot of work done. It is a 5.7L V8 engine with roughly 89k. Automatic. I have done most of the work in recent years myself. The rest has been done by reputable shops. I have also looked in at the transmission in the last 10k or so with an expert and everything looks beautiful in there. This would be a great car for an enthusiast or someone who just feels like ripping some tires loose. Very quick car that with some minor love could be in perfect shape.

The good:
Runs great, very strong car.
K&N cold-air intake
1.6 upgraded Roller Rockers
Full Hooker Exhaust. (Longtube supercomp headers, Y-pipe, and Cat-back.
I have an electric cut-out hooked up as well. It is not on the car. Basically, there is a catalytic converter that is in the exhaust now. The lengths are the same and I set it up so I can easily switch between the two. Anyone with mild mechanical abilities can figure it out.
2600rpm Torque converter from Edge Racing
Trans-go shift kit
3.73 Gears in the rear-end
Tuned PCM
Taylor over the valve cover spark-plug wires which makes changing plugs much easier.
Corvette C-5 chrome wheels (275/40/17 tires)
Pretty new cap and rotor
Performance lower control arms
Reloaction brackets
Sub-frame connectors
Pan-hard rod

The bad:
Front and rear bumpers are a little faded and scratched. A little TLC will bring them back to new. Other then that the paint is in really good shape
Headliner is torn. Never really bothered me much but its a pretty easy fix.
Front passenger wheel has met a curb in the past and is scratched up.

Thats about all I can think of. Maybe I'll remember another mod or two that are on it that is slipping my mind.

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