1985 Pontiac Trans AM all original 38k miles 305 4 barrell 5 speed manual T-tops

1985 Pontiac Trans Am

Technical specifications of Pontiac Trans Am 1985

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Make: Pontiac
Model: Trans Am
Type: Hatchback
Year: 1985
Mileage: 38,316
VIN: 1G2FW87G9FL614650
Engine size: 305 ci v8
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Options: Cassette Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

This is a 1985 Trans AM with 38k original miles. I'm the 2nd owner and know the original owner. Bought in Phoenix thru the Mecham Pontiac racing team it is a 305ci 5 speed manual, with T-tops, a rear louver (add-on). She moves out. All original except new fuel pump, valve cover gaskets, and new a/c compressor.
The car is in very fine shape and runs well but does have a couple of issues.
Currently the power door locks and windows are not working. I think that was related to the fusible link issue which was corrected several years ago (they were working before the dealer fixed the fusible link problem, but I didn't realize the new problem had cropped up).
The heater core needs to be r/r. I have the core and the water lines are by-passed so the car can run (don't need the heater that much in Phoenix).
There is no body damage but there is a slight scuff on the left-rear bumper and the left rear tail light lens is cracked (think someone pushed on it too hard once). Note the photo looks likethe crack goes all the way across the 3 parts but that is some reflection in the photo. Only the left rear lens is cracked.The paint is almost perfect but there are some slight chips due to age (particularly on the leading edge of the hood).
The car has been under cover nearly its whole life so theinterior is excellent. A good detailing and wash/wax job won't hurt.
I'm not really a gear-head, nor do I have time to do the car thing with her that I think a serious owner would do (put her on a trailer and take her to shows). I don't drive her much because I'm afraid one slight accident would ruin her value so I fire her up once a month and maybe take her around the block. But rather than drive her I think she belongs with someone who can do the car thing.
You'll have to arrange for shipping or drive her home from Phoenix.
Let me know what you think she's worth. If its not enough I may just start driving her regardless.

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