The 1989 Pontiac trans am is a classic automobile. Yes, you can flat tow a 1989 Pontiac Trans Am.
Pontiac Trans Sport was created in 1990.
Not very likely, as there is no such thing as a 2005 Pontiac Trans Am.
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The Trans-am is no longer made. Pontiac stopped production in 2010.
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1969 was the first year for the Trans Am.
A Trans Am is a package on a Firebird.
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If you can find any they'll be the only ones in existence, as there won't be a 2011 Trans Am (or even Pontiac, for that matter)
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Everthing exterior is interchangeable except the front end and maybe the hatch.
All 1993 Pontiac Trans Ams were made with the LT1 engine.
A 1997 Pontiac Trans Am has 285hp and 325ft-lb torque.
There will be a 2014 Pontiac made. This is the newest car.
The Trans Am was a special type of Pontiac Firebird, which was invented by General Motors. The first Trans Am was made in 1969.
The starter on a 2001 Pontiac Trans Am is located on the driver's side of the motor. It is down low towards the back of the motor.
No, the tranny has to be out of a olds, Pontiac, or Buick to bolt up to a Pontiac engine.
The Trans Am was introduced March in 1969, and was called Trans Am after the Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Trans-American Challenge Cup in which Pontiac wanted to compete. Pontiac originally wanted their top-end Firebird to be called the Sebring, but as it turned out, Chrysler trademarked the name first. On a side note, General Motors paid the SCCA $5 for every Trans Am sold.
You can buy a Pontiac Trans conversion kit for the new Camaros. This can be bought at just any body pars store.
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