Compared to my immaculate Formula WS6 the Trans Am is pretty rough.
My Formula has the identical drivetrain but it'* been with me since day one. I know every bolt and gasket on that car. That'* what made rebuilding the Trans Am so easy. I even had some of the old parts on the Formula that I used for the T/A.
The only thing I'll miss is the open air T-tops. Those were cool on a warm summer day.
It'* not gone yet but I have it listed on Craigslist Vancouver for $4,900. firm and so far two guys are really interested and one is even driving up from Vancouver to see it on Monday. That will cost him about $200 for fuel and ferry both ways and take him all day, so he must be serious......let'* see if he shows up.
Victor has personally spent about $1,200 on the stereo and half of the front windshield so my plan is to give him $2,400. and he can get what ever he wants and that'* it the rest is all up to him.
Chynna will get $1,500 for her to get a little beater and that leaves $1,000 for me which is what I paid for the car originally.
I'm not too worried if it doesn't sell either cause they can do without wheels after the way they have treated me in the past, so that will make me FIRM with that price, not a penny less
.......and it has $400 Koni adjustable front shocks, a killer cam and a brand new Starter......
I think I'll rob the power trunk release off it cause my Formula didn't come with that option.