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1996 Pontiac Trans Am for sale.
Strong running 350ci LT1 motor / firm-shifting four speed auto.
Car has 112k miles, T-Tops, and is in excellent condition.
Power brakes, steering, windows, locks, driver's seat.
Only driven in summer months, car has never seen snow or salt.

Mods & stuff....
Magnaflow stainless cat-back
Granatelli Motor Sports 245lph fuel pump
Spohn hybrid LCA's
Spohn tubular panhard bar w/poly bushings
K&N cold air intake
JVC head unit w/HD radio
New window motors (both sides)
New headlight motors (both)
Hypertech programmer
160^ Thermostat

Current rear axle is 2:73 posi....23+ mpg on highway at 70mph.
I have a spare rear end that can go with the car if desired....3:42 posi out of an 00 SS.
It is a four channel unit that exactly matches the one currently in the car so it would be a direct bolt-in.
I never installed it because I drove the car to work in the summer months and enjoyed the gas mileage.

Used Hypertech to program: firmer shifts, fans on at 180^, removal of speed limiters, trans shift points. I do not have the tune loaded.
If one was to swap rearends and commit to premium fuel, the tune would probably be worth another 20 HP or so.
Also, if rearend was swapped, the Hypertech can program the ECU to compensate for gear/tire changes.

Transmission was recently serviced by Gillece....dropped the pan, new gasket, new filter, new fluid.
When they dropped the pan, they looked for residue or clutch material, pan was totally clean!

Color is rare Cyclamen Metallic. Draws attention wherever it goes....especially from young ladies....just sayin'

Looking for $5500 OBO...

If seriously interested or want more info, call or text: 412-999-9712

Yeah Yeah, I know it's my first post and all that....
Just thought someone on here might enjoy this fantastic T/A!!

Some recent pics....

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