LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1969 Pontiac Trans Am
Most muscle car fans know the Pontiac Trans Am was named after the Trans-Am road racing series. The Trans Am made its public debut in the spring of 1969 as a high-performance version of the Firebird 400 and the only exterior colors available in its debut year was Cameo White with blue stripes, a salute to America’s traditional racing livery. For $3,556 ’69 Trans Am buyers got the look of a road racer and the power of the Ram Air III 400ci engine. Its midyear introduction and a strike at one of its assembly facilities limited Trans Am production to just 697 units that first year.
Originally sold at Flat Ryals Pontiac Buick of Kissimmee, Florida on November 19, 1969, this exceptionally rare 1969 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am is believed to be one of only 14 built with a standard Parchment interior. As a late build, it is also fitted with a rare Formula steering wheel. Under the hood is a numbers matching Ram Air III 400/335 HP V-8 backed by a Turbo 400 automatic transmission. Due to its extreme rarity, a complete rotisserie restoration was completed on this first-year Trans Am followed by a First-Place award at the Trans Am Nationals.
Important with any collector car of this rarity, this car's documentation includes the window sticker, sales receipt build sheet, owner's manual, Protect-O-Plate, owner protection plan, owner history and PHS certification.
Truly a remarkable, fully documented, award-winning example that would be the jewel of any muscle car collection.