1969 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III
This is car #005 of the 6T9 Judges.
Car #005 sports a classic look with modern style and is one of only three coupes produced in the seven car series. #005 has 1721 actual miles. This example was the only car in the series built with the monster LSX 454 power plant. As awesome as the engine is, it has a serious friend ready to help shred tires in the 2900 Series Whipple supercharger on top. While driving, an illuminated, hood molded boost gauge shows the Whipple doing work. The headlights reside in functional rolling housings within the grill. The valve covers show LSX 454 painted to match the car. Power is sent to the wheels through a built TR6060 6-Speed manual transmission, just as nature intended. Brembo brakes with drilled rotors on all four corners bring the car to a stop with 6-Piston front and 4-Piston rear. Classic 5-spoke wheels with white-letter Goodyear Eagle F1 tires.
The interior carries the same theme as the powerful exterior. The passenger dash displays the 6T9 badge showing #005 in the series. Custom shifter handle, gauge bezels, and steering wheel. Custom leather seats with sewn headrest logos.
This car has 840hp currently with a 1000hp package included by Trans Am Worldwide.
1979 Pontiac Trans Am WS6
1979 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 400, 4 speed with 110k miles. The entire car has been redone with a frame off rotisserie style restoration and a fully rebuilt engine. One repaint, all original sheet metal. From the Lingenfelter Collection. This garage kept golden bullet has had its marks throughout history.
1987 Pontiac Trans Am GTA with 1,900 actual miles. It’s a 5.7L Automatic loaded with options. This beautiful Trans Am has been garage kept since day one and never driven in the rain. This car looks like it just left the assembly line. All original paperwork is intact including the buildsheet. Drives and smells as new.
If you are looking for an unaltered stock Trans Am GTA in Flame Red Metallic that has been kept in pristine condition since day one, look no further. Everything works as it should with zero issues. The only items that have been replaced are the original battery and the original tires per maintenance.
These cars have ramped up in value the past several years. Examples like this are getting more and more difficult to find.