black 1976 Pontiac Trans Am 6.6 auto Targa Tops, the real year model for the smokey and the bandit Trans Am which had the same options.
one of the best car movies ever made and one of the most iconic muscle cars in history.
the Trans Am that im selling is a project car that needs full restoration, the car is fairly solid and the body does have dents mainly around the rear quarter panel area's and some minor rust on the lower sections of the quarter panels, the interior could clean up for a daily driver or you can buy new affordable upholstery kits that does the whole interior. the headlining needs to be replaced , the car currently is a non runner, i personally think this car will be a fairly easy restoration, the pictures do speak for it self, it has the 6.6 BigBlock engine and automatic transmission,it has full options like electric windows, magnum wheels with dress rings, power brakes, power steering, air conditioning, shaker hood scoop, rear window louvers and much more. the car does come with a full new gold smokey and the bandit decal kit, if you want this car to look like the smokey and the bandit car add a 1977 front nose cone, paint it black and install the gold decal set to it this is what they did to the 1976 Trans Am in the movie (proof below in red)
if your in the market for a very desirable and collectable muscle car that will increase in price and is one of the best muscle cars to invest in this will be the car to get.
the trans am is a childhood dream for many and the smokey and the bandit Trans Am was one of them dream cars.i have a fair buy it now price or best offer. this will give you plenty of room to spend money on this car and still end up with a trans am at a cheap price considering
highly restored ones are in the 6 digit price range.
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Director Hal Needham convinced Pontiac to feature the Pontiac Trans Am
in the movie. The Trans Am was a high-performance package for the
Firebird, Pontiac’s take on the chevrolet camaro.
But while the cars shown in the movie look like 1977-model-year Trans
Ams, they were actually 1976 models. The 1977 model wasn’t out yet when
filming began, so General Motors provided 1976 cars with front clips
from the soon-to-be-released 1977 update. The differences between the
two are major. The 1977 features rectangular quad headlamps instead of
only two round lights, a unique slanted and V-shaped nose, and a
center-mounted hood scoop.