Finished in Polar White over a blue interior, this 1970 Pontiac Trans Am was originally sold in July of 1970 by Griffith Motor Company in Neosho, Missouri. The car was restored 2 years ago in its original configuration and comes with PHS documentation,
The body of the Trans Am has been down to bare metal and refinished with new bodywork and paint. All of the seals have been replaced with Softseals. The front windshield is new, and the side glass and rear are nice condition original pieces. The window sweeps are new and the regulators have been refreshed. The undercarriage of the Trans Am has been stripped and refinished in the correct red oxide primer.
The Ram Air III engine was rebuilt using stock rebuilt components from Ames performance including the OEM replacement cam hydraulic lifters. The exhaust system is new and was done by Arizona Exhaust. The engine makes great power, and the TA is a ton of fun to drive. The transmission was rebuilt by Troy Nelson Transmissions in Prescott Valley, AZ and the rear end has been rebuilt as well.
Open the driver’s door and you’ll find an interior that has been refreshed with components from Ames Performance including new door panels, new carpeting, new hard parts, new seat covers, a new headliner, and package tray. The gauges have also been restored and have a new printed circuit from Classic Industries. The Trans Am was a factory air car and has a restored and working AC system. The system was restored using parts from Air Manufacturing Corporation in Texas, was converted from r-12 to 134A, and blows cold.
The suspension on the Pontiac was rebuilt with all new components from front to rear and uses KYB shocks and a combination of Energy Suspension and factory bushings. The tires are new BFG T/A tires from Coker and the wheels have been refinished with new paint and trim rings. The power steering gearbox was redone by Benchwork and included a rebuilt pump.
If you are looking for a Trans Am finished in a great color combination, this 1970 has the look.