While digging through the MOUNDS AND MOUNDS of belongings my Father In Law left behind when he passed last month.
I am curious what BMW CSL style rims would look like on a Trans Am. The snowflakes on this car are 15" diameter, the BMW rims are 18". Here’s a picture of a BMW wearing gold ones.
So the car is finally home. Weirdly enough I actually feel both better and worse.
This is the first Trans Am for sale that I’ve ever seen that has the same interior fabric as my car did from the factory. Black and Gold stripes were a 1981 only option, it’s rare/unpopular enough that they don’t reproduce the fabric which is sad. All I’ve got left of that interior is the back seat. It’s a cool fabric…
These things are MINT!
I’ve been trying to find black lace 16x8 Trans Am GTA/Buick GNX wheels for my ‘77 Trans Am project car since... well since I decided I wanted them. Problem is they’re PRICEY in good condition. So I started shopping used.
Even had BAN ONE license plate, I think from Georgia. Might have been fake. I dunno.
So my exhaust manifolds have gotten the better of me.
This car is amazing.
So I promised to update and tell you guys some details about my work thus far. It’s just a tad bit frustrating.
But at least they weren’t full of power window goodness.
I’ll be in my bunk.
It’s sad that Pontiac is no longer around. Actually, not really. I used to own a 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix in college that I was obsessed with but now thinking back on it, I’m not really sure why. It may have been because it was the first car that I craved to own in my teenage years and so when my dad gave it to me, it…
Had some free time so decided to play some Forza and take some new pics, here are the results
Stopped at some lights in downtown Toronto today, I couldn’t help but notice the circa 1978-1981 Trans Am stopped on the other side of the intersection, and not just because of the car.
Here’s Pontiac’s 1988 Advertising Promo in full, with an amazing 80’s soundtrack and it’s basically the greatest thing ever.
It’s 1990’s as all hell.