1976 Pontiac Trans Am SE 455 CI V-8 engine


Description


Rare Hurst package
T-Tops
Matching numbers 455 CI V-8 engine
Matching numbers 4-speed manual transmission
Black/Gold exterior
Black interior
Hurst shifter
Bucket seats
Tachometer
Air conditioning
AM/FM radio with 8-Track player
Rear spoiler
Black chrome exhaust tips
Gold wheels
BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires
Original warranty pamphlet
Original Hurst operation, maintenance and warranty book
The car features the rare Hurst T-Tops, the matching-numbers 455 CI V-8 engine and matching-numbers 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, bucket seats, tachometer, power steering and power front disc brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM radio with 8-track player, super-rare black chrome exhaust tips and gold honeycomb wheels mounting BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. The 455 returned to the Trans Am lineup one last time after it was brought back in late 1975. Featuring a 7.6:1 compression, it developed 200 HP at 3,500 RPM with 330 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 with a Rochester Quadrajet and dual exhaust outlets. Inspired by the John Player Special Formula 1 cars of the era, the Limited Edition Trans Ams featured gold accents on a black body, which was a favorite color combination of GM Design Vice President Bill Mitchell, along with gothic font lettering that was only used on this one-year-only machine. By 1976, Pontiac was the lone holdout in the performance market, as the AMC Javelin, Dodge Challenger and Camaro Z28 were gone, and Ford's Mustang II was no longer a part of that segment.
1976 Pontiac Trans Am SE 455 CI V-8 engine
$ 16,000.00
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Rare Hurst package
T-Tops
Matching numbers 455 CI V-8 engine
Matching numbers 4-speed manual transmission
Black/Gold exterior
Black interior
Hurst shifter
Bucket seats
Tachometer
Air conditioning
AM/FM radio with 8-Track player
Rear spoiler
Black chrome exhaust tips
Gold wheels
BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires
Original warranty pamphlet
Original Hurst operation, maintenance and warranty book
The car features the rare Hurst T-Tops, the matching-numbers 455 CI V-8 engine and matching-numbers 4-speed manual transmission with Hurst shifter, bucket seats, tachometer, power steering and power front disc brakes, air conditioning, AM/FM radio with 8-track player, super-rare black chrome exhaust tips and gold honeycomb wheels mounting BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires. The 455 returned to the Trans Am lineup one last time after it was brought back in late 1975. Featuring a 7.6:1 compression, it developed 200 HP at 3,500 RPM with 330 lb-ft of torque at 2,000 with a Rochester Quadrajet and dual exhaust outlets. Inspired by the John Player Special Formula 1 cars of the era, the Limited Edition Trans Ams featured gold accents on a black body, which was a favorite color combination of GM Design Vice President Bill Mitchell, along with gothic font lettering that was only used on this one-year-only machine. By 1976, Pontiac was the lone holdout in the performance market, as the AMC Javelin, Dodge Challenger and Camaro Z28 were gone, and Ford's Mustang II was no longer a part of that segment.

Additional information

Make: Pontiac
Model: Trans Am SE
Year: 1976
Doors: 2
Mileage: 32176
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Black
Vehicle Identification Number: 2W87W6N566356
United States, Arizona, Phoenix
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