1 of 697 Trans Ams built total in 1969! This one is #s matching and documented by Pontiac Historical Services. It underwent a 1,500 hour body off frame restoration at a professional shop. I just acquired it from a private collection deep in the Georgia mountains.
EXTERIOR: The fit and finish is excellent. There is no rust or damage. It's straight every where, all the panels and pieces fit properly. It has functional ram air hood, fender air extractors and a rear spoiler which is unique .....
to just the 69 T/A. The Cameo white paint with blue racing stripes is beautiful. It has a smooth and glossy finish. I did not find any chips, cracks or scratches. The front end bumpersand bezels fit real nice. The chrome has been restored or replaced. Windshield was replaced. The rally ll wheels are restored, it has correct lug nuts and center caps. Reproduction Polyglass tires.
INTERIOR: Restored from carpet to headliner. Cushions were replaced, upholstery fits tight. The dash area is restored, it's not cut or broken. Mint condition deluxe wheel. Headliner fits tight. Complete set of original seatbelts. The best part is the 4-speed sticking out of the floor!
ENGINE COMPARTMENT: #s matching Ram Air lll 400. The engine bay is restored to factory condition. The ram air system is complete. Stock manifolds, valve covers, carb, distributor etc. It features power steering and power brakes. It has reproduction hoses and clamps. It has a Delco battery topper with spring clamp cables. All the metal finishes are smooth and painted nicely.
TRUNK COMPARTMENT: Clean spatter painted metal. Under the trunk lid and the jamb are painted glossy. Matching rally Il wheel and reproduction Polyglass tire for a spare. Jack assembly is restored. The mat, weatherstrip and decal were replaced.
UNDERSIDE: The body was off the frame, every component was removed, rebuilt and restored. It even has assembly line markings reapplied. It has the ride and handling package.
The front end was completely rebuilt- the bushings, ball joints, springs, shocks and steering components. The rear suspension also got new bushings and shocks. The brake system was completely restored, it has disc in front. The brake lines, hoses and e-brake assembly were replaced. It has an authentic exhaust system with 2 mufflers and a transverse muffler. The fuel system was replaced. Bottom of the motor and starter look clean. The vin # matching Muncie M20 4-speed looks fresh.
35 years of Trans Am production and the 1969 stands out. It was a very limited production, 1 year design. I'm in the business and rarely see a real one. I am very excited to have this car in inventory. Don't miss your chance to own an exciting investment!
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Power disc brakes
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