Trans Am

Original 455-SD: 1974 Pontiac Trans Am

Stricter emission regulations were beginning to bite when this 1974 Pontiac Trans Am rolled off the line. Still, it was a car that cemented the company’s reputation as the performance arm of the General Motors empire. It could show… more»

No Reserve Stunner: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Some classics can’t help but attract attention, which is the case with this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am. From its shining paint to its sparkling wheels and T-Top, it seems to have something for everyone. Its few flaws are minor… more»

1971 Pontiac Trans Am 455 HO 4-Speed!

This is one of my all time favorite cars. I own a 1971 Pontiac Trans Am like this one but my exterior is Cameo White and it is an automatic. There were only 2,116 Trans Am built in 1971… more»

Nose Job: 1974 Pontiac Trans Am

Customizing any classic involves a leap of faith, and some owners will receive flack from enthusiasts for interfering with an iconic vehicle. This 1974 Pontiac Trans Am is an example of that thinking. Although the owner treated it to… more»

Affordable Driver: 1984 Pontiac Trans Am

Finding an affordable classic worthy of parking in your driveway or garage can seem like a never-ending battle, with many requiring significant work before gracing our streets. This 1984 Pontiac Trans Am could represent the ideal solution. It isn’t… more»

No Reserve: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

The Pontiac Trans Am was a survivor of the performance car world, defying the odds to sell in significant numbers as the 1970s closed. This 1979 model is a solid classic that the seller has listed with additional parts…. more»

Turbocharged 24k Miles: 1980 Pontiac Trans Am

The 1977 movie Smokey and the Bandit was a huge boon to Pontiac Trans Am sales in the late 1970s. But the euphoria may have been gone by 1980 as Trans Am sales fell by more than 50% from… more»

1979 Pontiac Trans Am With 3,059 Miles!

The seller describes this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am as museum ready, and its condition and odometer reading seems to confirm that statement. However, would you lock this classic away or drive it as its creators intended? If you wish… more»

59,000 Miles, Four Speed, Original: 1976 Pontiac Trans Am

While the Trans Am name is synonymous with Burt Reynolds and his magnum opus “Smokey and the Bandit,” the sportier version of the Pontiac Firebird was around a lot longer than that.  If you are looking for a very… more»

Battered Bandit! 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

The last week of May 1977 was a big week for young movie-goers. Both Star Wars and Smokey and the Bandit were released in theaters almost on the same day. I don’t remember which one I stood in line… more»

Unrestored 52K Mile Driver: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

Car & Driver rated the 1979 Pontiac Trans Am equipped with the WS6 suspension option to be the best-handling American car. This example is a 1979 Pontiac Trans Am located in Albuquerque, New Mexico. It is listed for sale… more»

35k Mile Survivor: 1979 Pontiac Trans Am

The Pontiac Trans Am was already a hot car when the movie Smokey and the Bandit came out in May 1977. The flick helped raise sales from 46,700 in 1976 to a peak of 117,100 copies in 1979, the… more»

4 Speed HO 455: 1975 Pontiac Trans Am

The Camaro Z28 was cancelled, the Ford Mustang came with a 4 cylinder and the Dodge Challenger was dropped from production. However, Pontiac was still selling Trans Ams like hot cakes and you could still order the optional 455… more»

1988 Pontiac Trans Am With 27,000 Miles

With cars from the 1970s and 1980s becoming the focus of a new generation of classic enthusiasts, it is understandable that vehicles like this 1988 Pontiac Trans Am attract significant interest when they hit the market. This beauty presents… more»

Two Owner 83k Mile: 1977 Pontiac Trans Am

The seller of this 1977 Pontiac Trans Am states that it is a 2 owner original car with only 83,500 miles since new. The Trans Am is located in Neosho, Missouri and is listed here on eBay. The car… more»

Final Year SD: 16k Mile 1974 Pontiac Trans Am!

I’ll venture a guess that I’m not alone in feeling the muscle car era ended in 1972. However, many associations/clubs/people much smarter than I define the era as running from 1961 to 1974. I often need that reminder as… more»