Back in the '70s, the Pontiac Trans Am was one of the most coveted muscle cars. The car was given muscular styling, and it was powered by a commanding powerplant straight off the assembly line that made it a force to be reckoned with. However, this particular Trans Am doesn't have its original factory engine but was given some upgrades that make it a bit more potent than your average factory TA. Restore a Muscle Car is pleased to offer the opportunity to own this stunning 1973 Pontiac Trans Am.
Finished in Cameo White and adorned with the unmistakable screaming chicken mural on its hood in a contrasting blue, the exterior of this classic appears to be in perfect shape. Open the doors to an immaculate black deluxe interior complete with bucket seats and what appears to be a brushed aluminum dashboard. Factory air conditioning keeps the cabin nice and comfortable, and power windows go down conveniently and promptly with the touch of a button.
This vintage Trans Am has quite a bit more bite than a factory example. Tucked inside the engine bay is a powerplant from 1969, a built 428cui V8 HO engine complete with 7Fl Round Port Heads. In addition, this car comes equipped with exhaust manifolds and a round port Ram Air exhaust setup. Also, it is one of 3,130 of these cars equipped with an automatic transmission. Power steering allows for super easy maneuvering, and power brakes provide easy stopping on all four corners.
This 1973 Trans Am is ready for sunny weekend cruises and to provide therapy under the right foot. A muscle car capable of delivering smiles for miles, don't wait to contact Restore a Muscle Car today. This vintage TA is listed at $47,500, but feel free to make an offer here.
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