LMC is very proud to offer for sale this 1980 Pontiac Trans Am
The Pontiac Tran Am starring alongside Burt Reynolds in the smash-hit Smokey and the Bandit on the silver screen really helped the popularity of Pontiac’s last performance car. It defied the odds and was the last muscle car standing, battling on with its strangulated engines but, the styling, graphics and overall polish made the car truly memorable.1980 saw the biggest engine changes for the Trans Am. The 301ci offered in 1979 as a credit option, was now the standard engine. Trans Am equipment included bucket seats, rally gauges with clock and tach, engine-turned dashboard, snowflake or Turbo mag wheels, front and rear spoilers, front and rear wheel opening flares, functional extractor on the front fenders, dual exhaust with split tips, and power bulge hood.
This 1980 Pontiac Trans Am was sold new on December 29th, 1979 at Marvin Starr Pontiac Buick Inc. to its original owner Mr. G. Boese. It was ordered in the desirable Y84 Special Trans Am “Bandit” paint scheme of Black with gold pinstripes and famous Firebird hood decal. Under the hood it is powered by the numbers matching L37 301ci V8 engine backed by a 3-speed automatic transmission. It was ordered from the factory with a plethora of options including: Tinted Glass, Rear Spoiler, Air Conditioning, Rear Window Defroster, D53 Hood Applique, G80 Posi-Traction, Tilt Steering Wheel, Shaker Hood, WS6 Performance Package and more. Finishing the appearance package of the iconic T/A, are a set of Snowflake wheels fitted with BF-Goodrich radial tires.
Accompanying the sale of this beautiful Trans Am is the original build sheet, bill of sale and warranty pamphlet. Don’t miss your opportunity to own one of the most iconic muscle cars to ever be built!