One of only 46 4-speed Ram Air IV Trans Ams produced for the 1969 model year, this fully restored, 51,445 mile time capsule features a complete numbers matching drivetrain, a highly original interior and full documentation that dates all the way back to its dealership checklist. According to the Pontiac Historical Services documentation included with the sale, it was assembled at GMs Norwood Ohio manufacturing facility in June of 1969 and shipped to Bud Meadows Pontiac in Seattle, Washington on July 21st of that same year. After serving as top-notch showroom eye candy for exactly two months, its papers were signed by Seattle resident Carlos Palencia and it began a 36 year run as an immaculately maintained, one owner west coast muscle car. When the second and current owner took its keys in the summer of 2005, he initiated a highly accurate 18 month rotisserie restoration which used as many original parts as possible. Under the fully functional Ram Air IV hood youll find an original Pontiac 400 V8 which was blue printed and rebuilt to AMA specifications by highly regarded Pontiac expert Dan Jensen, and currently dynos at a whopping 438 horsepower and 452 lb./ft. of torque! Behind the high revving motor, an original Muncie M-21 close ratio 4-speed transmission sends power to an original 10 bolt rear end thats still equipped with an unmolested Safe-T-Track differential and mountain climbing 3.90 gears. That solid drivetrain is centered in the cars original front double A-arm and rear leaf spring suspension which, thanks to the standard Y96 ride and handling package, includes stiffer shocks, better springs and a heavy duty front stabilizer bar. And at the corners, power flows to the pavement through original 14 inch GM Rally II wheels which spin familiar Goodyear Polyglas F70-14 white letter tires around stainless trim rings and "PMD" branded center caps. If youre looking for the ultimate, investment grade Pontiac muscle car, here it is!
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