There is nothing better than the freshly restored 1972 Pontiac Trans Am, and even better is that, that this is numbers matching with small upgrades. Today we have this gorgeous Trans Am, painted in “Lucerne Blue”, completely restored and is 1 of 458 units ever produced back in the ‘72. In addition, the second-generation F-body Firebirds are considered the most desirable and collectible, because of their aggressive design. Therefore, lest jump in, and see what options have this ‘72 Trans Am.
The interior of this 1972 Pontiac Trans Am is well-equipped and comfortable. It is equipped with black vinyl deluxe interior code 161, featuring front bucket seats with a center console in between, and a black dashboard with a brushed aluminum plate behind the black three-spoke steering wheel. Also, inside it is equipped with an AM-FM 8-track stereo, white ball Hurst manual shifter and unfortunately, there is no AC unit.
Probably the best attitude at this ‘72 Firebird is the engine under the hood. It is a Pontiac 455 cubic-inch, 7.4-liter High Output big-block V8 engine. With a Rochester four-barrel carburetor on top, it produces 300 horsepower and 415 lb.-ft. of torque. The gearbox is Muncie M22 Rock Crusher 4-speed manual attached to the 3.73 Limited Slip (POSI) Rear Axle. Underneath it is equipped with a brand-new Ridetech Street Grip suspension system. The awesome stance comes from the 18-inch Rally II Style Alloy wheel wrapped with Nitto GS-555-G2 Tires. We can only say that this Trans Am, has the perfect combination between power and style.