Restored and updated
- Condition: Used
- Make: Pontiac
- Model: Trans Am
- Trim: LS1
- Year: 1977
- Mileage: 650
- VIN: XXX1234XXX
- Color: Black
- Engine size: LS1
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Automatic
- Interior color: Black
- Options: CD Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1977 Pontiac Trans Am LS1
First, let me admit that I made a mistake in buying this car. I bought it as a present for my wife’s birthday as she always wanted a Trans Am. This car looks good, has a modern engine and transmission, new tires and wheels, 4-wheel disc brakes, a new interior and an ice-cold A/C system. The first time she got in it to take it on the road, she treated the accelerator pedal as she would her Infinity crossover, and just about swapped ends. She was so scared by this episode, she won’t even get in the car anymore, let alone drive it. I’d keep this car for myself, but I can’t afford to both keep it and buy another classic car for her, so this one has to go.
It’s got Dakota Digital dash gauges, a Vintage Air A/C system, a rebuilt, cammed, ported and tuned LS1 engine with over 450 hp, a rebuilt transmission, new 17” snowflake wheels and Nitto tires, a new interior with a very nice hand-stitched dash and console, new headliner, seats, carpet, weatherstripping, etc. It has new paint and decals. The car gets 24 mpg on the highway, but still breaks loose if floored.
What’s wrong with it is the side windows and back glass are scuffed and scratched because they are original, though the windshield is new. The power windows are slow. The door gaps aren’t perfectly spaced but work fine. It’s hard to tell, but I’m real picky. I have included pics of these things so you can see.
I don’t think this is a car for an inexperienced driver or someone who doesn’t know what to expect with a true muscle car. I wouldn’t buy this for a teenager as a first car, or for picking up the kids from soccer practice. It is a driver’s car that was built to throw around and show off in. It’s a copy of the original Smoky and the Bandit car with a modern drivetrain. It would be at home either at the track or a car show.
List of features:
- Actual 1977 Pontiac Trans Am
- New Paint and Decals to match an SE
- New front spoiler and wheel flares
- New Windshield
- New Headlights
- New 17” Year One wheels
- New Nitto 555 tires
- New Gold Trans Am Wheel Caps
- New front suspension and alignment
- New front and rear wheel bearings and seals
- New front and rear disc brake calipers
- New front and rear disc brake rotors
- New brake lines and hoses
- New brake Master Cylinder, Proportioning Valve and Power Brake booster
- New Parking brake cables
- New driveshaft U-Joints
- New Fuel Injection fuel tank and electric pump
- Rebuilt all-aluminum LS1 engine – rods, pistons, valves, crank, bearings, gaskets, etc. Corvette LS1 cam, ported heads. New headers, sensors, alternator, PS and water pumps. 85 mm Throttle body. Tuned ECU. Barely run in, 600 miles since rebuild.
- New Painless Performance wiring harness
- Rebuilt 4l60e overdrive automatic transmission, all new internals – clutches, pump, etc. New converter. Same miles – 600.
- New Pypes Performance exhaust system with X-pipe and Violator mufflers
- New classic Trans Am chrome split exhaust tips
- New Dakota Digital VHX dash gauges – electronic speedo, tach, oil pressure, water temp and fuel. Red backlighting, white numbers and pointers. Black background.
- Gold engine turned dash bezel to match an SE
- New Vintage Air Firebird/Trans Am HVAC system – New condenser, evaporator, lines, non-vacuum electronic controls, Sanden compressor, R134
- New Sony MEX100 100W CD radio with Bluetooth, Sirius, Pandora, phone connectivity and microphone, Mega Bass, 18 FM presets, 12 AM presets, infinite color displays, etc.
- New 4 way speaker system
- New Headliner, New Package Tray, New rear upper and lower plastic trim, New carpet, New front seats, New console glove box, New door panels, New steering wheel, New door locks, trunk lock and ignition lock, rebuilt tilt steering column, New pedal pads, New door sill trim
- New custom hand-stitched vinyl covering for the dash pad and console. New front and rear seat covering to match. New floor mats front and back.
- New door, window and trunk weatherstripping.
- No rust through anywhere. Underside is detailed and correctly painted red oxide to match the factory color.
- No fluid leaks anywhere.
I will be glad to answer your questions, just give me a call: (832) 474-7044.