1970 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III, 4-speed 93908 Miles Polar White

1970 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air III, 4-speed

Condition: Used
Make: Pontiac
Model: Trans Am
SubModel: Ram Air III, 4-speed
Type: Coupe
Trim: Ram Air III, 4-speed
Year: 1970
Mileage: 93908
VIN: XXXX228870N130932
Color: White
Engine: 6.6L L74 400 Ram Air III
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: Coupe
Interior color: Black
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Bellevue, Washington, United States
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Description for Pontiac Trans Am 1970

Numbers Matching 1970 Pontiac Trans Am in Polar White with Black Interior. This rare example of the classic American Muscle car is powered by a Ram Air III 4-Bbl 400c.i. V8 Engine that was factory-rated at 335hp/430lb-ft of torque and backed by a Muncie M20 4-Speed Manual Transmission. 1 of only 1,769 built in 1970 with this highly-desired engine and transmission combination. It features a 12-Bolt 'Safe-T-Track' rear diff with 3.08 gears, shaker hood scoop, ducktail rear spoiler, 4bbl carburetor,... rear chrome steel bumper, power steering, power brakes, original door panels/dash/headliner, new carpet, and a rebuilt engine and transmission completed in 1998 at 87k miles. Included are the original owner's manual, original radio, and service invoices. This is a spectacular example that will be a sensational addition to any collection. Drive it home today! Underside pics of this fabulous '70 Pontiac Trans Am here: 1970 Trans Am. In addition to the Ram Air engine and 12-bolt axle, a number of other components and elements were built into the 1970 Trans Am that made the car unique, such as; a shaker hood, fender mounted air extractors, wild front air spoiler, rear wheel opening air spoilers, and wide center stripe. The 1970 models also used carry-over low-back bucket seats from the 1969 model. A number of others are all but invisible unless you are trying to restore a 1970 Trans Am. With the introduction of the second-generation Firebird, the 1970 Pontiac Trans Am came into its own as a bare-knuckles brawler. Functional spoilers and vents abounded, while super-tough underpinnings and quickened steering gave it corner-hungry handling. Firebird and Camaro grew more European in nature with their second-generation redesign, but the scooped and spoilered 1970 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was a pure American muscle car, and more immodest than ever. The new Trans Am looked like it was plucked right off the race track. There's no small wonder with the wonderfully styled exterior and all the racing spoilers and air dams that this car was so popular. Most muscle cars were pushed into extinction or saw dismal sales during the 1970s. Not the Trans Am, the 1970s was all about the Trans Am -- it was the undeniable King of American performance cars and it had the sales to prove it.