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Cars > Challenges > “Y84 Bandit #2” Vs “ppnp=postpignewpaint”

 

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1979 Pontiac Trans Am Y84 with WS6 package

“Y84 Bandit #2”

1977 Pontiac Grand Prix sj

“ppnp=postpignewpaint”

 
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About “Y84 Bandit #2”

A friend called me about this car he had started to restore a few years ago. He told me he was ready to sell it as other priorities had come up. It really wasn't a good time for me to purchace another car, but he was eager to sell it. He wanted me to have it as he knew he would see it restored and not parted out. After seeing how far he had already come and how much he had spent on gathering parts (mostly NOS parts) we settled on a price. He had already removed the frame,media blasted and painted the undercarriage, installed new body bushings and replaced one partial floor pan, replaced all fuel and brake lines and all brake parts with new. The dash is in perfect condition, interior parts have all been cleaned or replaced (not installed yet).The car has no rust and is about ready to paint ,It is PHS documented,Y84 SE, WS6 it has the original build sheet . It is a WS6 four wheel disk brake car. He also replaced shocks and bushings (polyurathane) you name it he got for the car. To keep my wife happy I had to agree to sell ONE of my other cars ( which I did ! ) It's the car in the foreground and they are completely restoring it ! (see below)
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E-mail me if you need any second Gen T/A parts.

About “ppnp=postpignewpaint”

one of my pontiac buddy refered to this car as to "what a pig" when he first saw it. Look at me know. this car is looking so sharpe. i removed the dash and had it recovered added white pimp your ride body side molding. this has to go to pay my credit cards this month

 

Specs for “Y84 Bandit #2”

T/A 6.6 with WS6 package and is a true Y84 SE car.
The original engine block was cracked but the previous owner purchaced a year correct block as a replacement..but I am using a fresh rebuilt Pontiac T/A 400 motor that was out of a car we built for my son that soon after got crushed by a tree.

Specs for “ppnp=postpignewpaint”

the last year of the big full size grand prix at last year you could get 400 sj option got you 400 pontiac engine buckets console full gauges

 

Factory Options for “Y84 Bandit #2”

Y84 trim package, WS6 package, black deluxe vinyl interior
Air conditioning ,T-Tops, power steering.

Factory Options for “ppnp=postpignewpaint”

6 way power buckets pw pdl tilt cruise am/fm stereo a/c clock fulll gauges remote control right hand mirror 400 pontiac engine 400 trans

 

Mods for “Y84 Bandit #2”

I have installed a pontiac T/A 400 motor, bored .30 over recent rebuild. Gas-a-just shocks, all new suspension parts with new polyurethane bushing kit. New control arm bushings, New fuel and brake lines.

Mods for “ppnp=postpignewpaint”

trashed the wire wheel covers added rally wheels. removed the huge body side moldings. new paint,carpet etc. 64 thousand miles

 

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