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Offline gixxer711

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« on: August 15, 2017, 10:21:34 PM »
1975 Trans Am in Stellar Blue with blue Deluxe interior. NO RUST. I am pretty positive the car has never had any. Numbers matching 400 with Turbo 350. This is a great driver. Did about 1500 miles on the 2016 Hot Rod Power Tour. Would not hesitate to drive anywhere.

Pictures with stock wheels are as we bought it and stock wheels and tires are included.

Previous owner:

-Door and trunk seals
-Stock engine rebuild
-AC converted to 134 with compressor
-Heater core
-Seat covers
-Rear deck cover
-CD player in glovebox
-Tweeters in front of center console
-6x9s rear deck
-opened shaker, mesh screen installed

Recent (me) within last year or so:

-Paint polished
-Dash bezel restored by Randy Combs
-Richmond 3.23 with new bearings, seals and Royal Purple (original 2.56)
-Pypes 2.5" dual exhaust with x-over and street pro mufflers
-US Mags 18x8 245/45-18 & 18x9.5 275/40-18
-Pro-Touring F-Body:
     -GT-Pro suspension
     -subframe connectors
     -solid body bushings
     -HD rear sway bar drop links
-Energy suspension sway bar bushings
-Brake calipers
-Pass. E-brake cable
-Rear brakes including drums
-Braided stainless brake lines, frt & rear
-GM headlight switch w/ aftermarket knob
-Battery hold down
-Both power steering hoses
-K&N air filter
-PCV valve
-Radiator cap
-180 thermostat
-Cowl weather seal
-Under hood insulation
-Flowkooler water pump
-Stainless water pump divider and sleeves
-AC Delco plugs and wires
-Gauge cluster printed circuit
-Blue LEDs in gauges


-Passenger side front valance mounts broken, so it sags and front bumper guards are splitting
     -have fiberglass replacement valance
     -Texas Trans Am quoted $800 to fit and paint valance and restore the bumper guards
-Oil pressure gauge does not work properly (confirmed with mechanical gauge)
     -Bought NOS gauge, seller claims either oil or water temp portion does not work, intended to send out for rebuild or recalibration.

We have not been able to use the car much this year or spend the time to get the issues fixed, as Texas Trans Am is 4 hours away (who I want to do the work) and the gauge issue recently came up and I wanted to buy a gauge to have repaired so I could keep the cluster in the car for use. We have owned the car two years and I do not like seeing cars sit, especially drivers, but life is keeping us busy right now.
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Offline gixxer711

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Re: Houston, TX. 1975 Trans Am pro touring style
« Reply #1 on: September 15, 2017, 09:41:39 PM »
Still available. More pictures and videos below.