This Pontiac Trans AM was delivered new in Switzerland in 1979 and therefore has an odometer instead of a mile counter. The car was registered in the Netherlands in March 2009 and has belonged to one owner since than. This is an unrestored example in excellent condition. The body is very beautiful. The car was once repainted in its original color and has correct panel fittings. The paint is in good condition with only some light signs of use. The underside of this Trans AM is rock hard and also in very good condition. The glass Targa roofs are brand new and complete with the original storage covers. The interior is very neat with cool black carpets and black leatherette upholstery. The engine compartment is also more than tidy. Brake and power steering are of course present. The air conditioning works properly. The 400cubic inches (6.6 liter) V8 engine breathes through an air filter with the cover protruding through the hood. When you accelerate, you see it twisting slightly with the engine. The engine is linked to a four-speed automatic transmission. A clean and tidy engine compartment is fantastic, but the sound of this Trans AM takes the cake. While driving, the Big block V8 engine makes an amazing noise due to the brand new stainless steel exhaust system. The torque of 427NM is already available at 2000 rpm and is transmitted to the rear wheels by the original Snow Flake wheels. The engine runs extremely smoothly and always has sufficient power available. The transmission is easy to operate, shifts smoothly. Of course the car is completely free of rust and it is real a pleasure to go out with this Bandit.