The 1976 Pontiac Trans Am is one of those perfect year cars. A very well integrated design met with the still beating heart of an American muscle legend. So you know it's something special when you can find one that looks this good, and still has its original 400ci motor and it's four-speed... all for an affordable price.
Cameo White is a great factory-correct color. After all, '76 had a unique design that was the first year for the fully integrated urethane bumpers that give this Pontiac a uniform appearance of a more modern sports car. So today this white looking quite pristine is a great way to stand apart from the crowd. Plus, you get all the great Trans Am touches from the factory body kit, to the "screaming chicken" on the hood. There's even the shaker hood, fender vents, and full-length rear spoiler. But beyond getting all the iconic components right, this is fundamentally a very nice coupe with straight body panels and doors that can be closed with confidence. It even has the iconic Rally II wheels to make this factory-correct Trans Am package complete.
Black interiors always look great on these T/As, but when the textured vinyl seats look this nice, they just seem extra inviting. Full instrumentation was standard on Trans Ams, including the tach/clock combination. The dials look great set in the iconic and aggressive machine-turned instrument panel. Ahead of that the driver gets the three-spoke sports steering wheel that should be quite familiar to Pontiac fans. This one has some nice provisions if you choose to enjoy an upgraded AM/FM stereo and air conditioning. But one great feature that is available right now is the Hurst cue ball shifter boldly protruding from the center console. It's a nice reminder of the beast under the hood.
The 400 cubic-inch V8 is this car's original, numbers-matching motor. And people will have no trouble believing you when you tell them that thanks to the very stock appearance of everything from the corporate blue engine enamel on the block, to the air cleaner (it still correctly inhales through the front and not the fancy shaker hood.) Taking advantage of the larger motor is the complete control provide by the four-speed manual transmission. And you better believe the dual exhaust loves to howl when you get up into the higher rev ranges. But more than just pure performance, this is a great all-around cruiser with nice features such as power steering and front disc brakes, as well as a reputation for handling capable handling.
Such a distinct and clean Trans Am shouldn't be this affordable. That's why you know you need to hurry before someone else takes advantage of this deal. Call today!!!