Trans Am

455 Equipped: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

The Pontiac Trans Am has its loyal band of followers, and I’m sure that there are plenty of them who would look at this 1976 model, and couldn’t help but be impressed. It is a strikingly clean and tidy… more»

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Grounded Bird: 1975 Pontiac Trans Am

The buyer states that they are the second owner of this Buccaneer Red 1975 Pontiac Trans Am. The car is located in Diamond, Ohio and was originally located in Virginia. Listed here on eBay, 11 bids have driven the… more»

Estate Sale Find: Mayan Red 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Pontiac was at the top of its game in 1979 and sold almost 117,000 Trans Am in the year. This car was purchased from the estate of the original owner about 5 years ago and can be seen here… more»

17k Original Miles: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

For Trans Am enthusiasts, this 1978 model would tick many of the “must-have” boxes on their own personal wish list. It is a completely original and unmolested survivor, it comes loaded with a heap of optional extras, it has… more»

Y88 Special Edition: 1978 Trans Am

In 1978, Pontiac offered two special edition Trans Ams. Most people are familiar with the black and gold Y82 special edition Trans Am. Pontiac also produced 8,666 Solar Gold and black pinned striped Y88 Trans Ams. This spectacular 1978… more»

Parts Car Project: 1980 Pontiac Trans Am

Don’t look past this 1980 Solar Gold Pontiac Trans Am at the 1977 Can Am behind it. The feature of this article is the car in front! You can see more pictures of the car here on eBay. The… more»

Rusty Bird: 1978 Pontiac Trans Am

Many people would look at this 1978 Pontiac Trans Am and see a rusty hulk of a car. A closer examination of the car and VIN indicate that this car was equipped with rare Hurst t-tops and a W72… more»

Dusty Bird: 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

There were 68,744 Pontiac Trans Ams built-in 1977. I doubt the original buyer thought that their Code 75 Buccaneer red Trans Am would end up tucked away in a dirt floor building. This car is for sale here on… more»

455/4-Speed: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

This 1976 Pontiac Trans Am will require some restoration work, but with a 455ci V8 and 4-speed manual transmission, it was the most desirable offering in the Trans Am range for that year. It looks like someone might have… more»

RPO Y84: 1980 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

Update 3/6/20 – The seller has dropped their asking price by $3k to $13,950 here on eBay! From 2/22/20 – The feathers of the mighty Trans Am were getting a little frayed by 1980. The base engine in the… more»

1 of 697: 1969 Pontiac Trans Am

This unrestored 1969 Trans Am is a 4 speed Ram Air III hardtop that can be seen here on eBay. There were only 697 Trans Ams built in 1969 which was the first year this model was introduced. This… more»

21k Original Miles: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

For the enthusiast who is searching for a classic car that can be driven and enjoyed immediately, this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am might be just the ticket. With 1979 marking the final year that the Trans Am would find… more»

455 And A 4-Speed: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

This article is a little different than most of the other articles I have written in Barn Finds. One of the reasons I enjoy writing Barn Find articles is that I love to try and locate rare muscle cars…. more»

Faded Glory: 1981 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am

We appreciate Roger bringing this 1981 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am that is located near Carlsbad, California to our attention. Only 2,000 Daytona 500 Edition Turbo Trans Ams like this one were built in 1981.  Pontiac fans sometimes call this… more»

455/4-Speed: 1973 Pontiac Trans Am

The seller describes this car as kinda rough. It is a 1973 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am project car equipped with a 4-speed transmission. The car is located in Everest, Kansas. With all the snow on the ground, it looks… more»

No Reserve: Pontiac Trans Am 455

One of my favorite lines in the 1977 Smokey and the Bandit movie is when Burt Reynolds pulls into the gas station and the attendant says “Trans Am, what’s your pleasure!” For this Trans Am, it wished it hadn’t… more»