I had a 1993 Trans Am that a high school girl keep hounding me to buy, three times she stopped in parking lot's asking. Then one day my wife was with me and this girl comes running up to the us in the car and pleads with me to sell her the car. First I looked at my wife to see if I was going to get cuffed on the back of my head, then told the girl I sell it for $15,000 retail. I had kept the car, metalic red, in great shape and only had 30,000 miles in 5 years. I told my wife this will never happen, that night her dad shows up, and said I'll bring you a cashers check at noon next day, he did. I went looking for a Sport Gold T/A with all I could get the next day. In about four weeks I found one in Seattle with a 6 speed though a dealers internet last one available in the US. So I bought it and had it shipped here to Sidney, at the time only 3 sport gold WS6's where out there, the other 2 where automatics.
This car use to be my aunt's, then my uncles's, and now it is currently mine and my dad's. This baby took at least 2-3 years to get just right. We didn't skip any details and now the car is in better shape than it ever could be.
No specifications listed.
Motor size is a 350 (thats the only way to go).
Top Speed - About 140
Sport Gold, WS6 package, 6 speed, 17" polished alum. wheels, 10 disc cd player, leather interior, T-tops, power driver seat.
No factory options listed.
Supercharged, MSD blaster coils, BM short shift, MagaFlow exh., 352rwhp off Dyno tune, 3.7gears.
The interior of the car flows along with the paint job. Instead of the factory radio, we installed a Pioneer sound system. Almost everything on this car is brand new. Two quarterpanels, the leather top, both bumpers, grill, and almost all the chrome.
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