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    1969 Pontiac Trans Am

    The 1969 Pontiac Trans Am was a beginning of a great thing, with only 697 produced they are very rare. Here's a link to an article about this special car:


    http://www.firebirdnest.com/index.ph.../1-1969transam



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    ok...this may force me to dig through my old boxes of crap...

    around 1979-80 I had the opportunity to purchase a 1969 Trans Am convertible for $3500...but I wanted a T-bird or 'Vette at the time, so never followed through. Duh!!!
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    Re: 1969 Pontiac Trans Am

    Quote Originally Posted by rockyspaw View Post
    ok...this may force me to dig through my old boxes of crap...

    around 1979-80 I had the opportunity to purchase a 1969 Trans Am convertible for $3500...but I wanted a T-bird or 'Vette at the time, so never followed through. Duh!!!
    That was before anyone was making 1969 Trans Am convertible clones, so I am sure that it was the genuine article. Wow, you are probably kicking yourself for not purchasing it. Who knew back in 1979-1980 how rare they were and what they would be worth now? I had a chance to buy a low mileage mint conditioned all-original (Ram Air III/4-speed) 1969 Trans Am coupe back in early 1995 for $12,000. I was very close to purchasing it at the time but decided to save my money since my finances were tight at the time, I kick myself every time I think about it.

    Here's one genuine (1 of 8 produced) 1969 Trans Am convertible that went on the auction block two years back, the pre-auction estimate was $500,000. I am not sure what it sold for:

    http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_de...GROUP_ID=10023


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    Quote Originally Posted by EPA2 View Post
    That was before anyone was making 1969 Trans Am convertible clones, so I am sure that it was the genuine article. Wow, you are probably kicking yourself for not purchasing it. Who knew back in 1979-1980 how rare they were and what they would be worth now? I had a chance to buy a low mileage mint conditioned all-original (Ram Air III/4-speed) 1969 Trans Am coupe back in early 1995 for $12,000. I was very close to purchasing it at the time but decided to save my money since my finances were tight at the time, I kick myself every time I think about it.

    Here's one genuine (1 of 8 produced) 1969 Trans Am convertible that went on the auction block two years back, the pre-auction estimate was $500,000. I am not sure what it sold for:

    http://www.mecum.com/auctions/lot_de...GROUP_ID=10023


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