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Pix of My Trans Am

Discussion in 'Other Rides' started by Steve_Chin, Apr 15, 2001.

  1. Steve_Chin

    Steve_Chin 1/2 ton status

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    I just added a few pix to the page where I keep some detail photos of my Trans Am:

    <A target="_blank" HREF=http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/1963/TApix.html>http://www.geocities.com/MotorCity/Downs/1963/TApix.html</A>
     
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    Cool, bookmarked it. I like the swaybar(s). Can they still be bought? Also, throw in a pic of your car:) , i only saw the detailed ones (which are nice).


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    The anti-sway bars can still be bought. Summit used to carry them, but I don't know if they still do. If not, your local speed shop should be able to get them. A friend of mine also owns a shop that does installation and tuning of the suspension systems and he can get the stuff fo you.

    WRT pix of the whole car: The paint is wrecked from years of sitting outside. Poor car has seen better days. I'll see about putting up a pic of the whole car that doesn't look too bad, but...
     
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    I was under my TA this weekend and noticed the rear sway bar is still all there, but it looks weak. I cant believe how they made these things work under there. Anyway, after seeing your pics, i am looking into other options. And even that will be down the road (I blew my radiator this weekend). This weekend coming, i am going to look at a Shaker hood to replace mine which has seen better days. Im still trying to get that 79' PMD 400 from the guy here at work and need to locate a 400 shaker earlier than i had expected. I can only do so much to thi$ car a month:)

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  5. Emmettology 101

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    Nice TA!!! I have always wanted a 455SD 73 TA!!!

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    Thanks. A friend had a '73 SD 455 Formula. I kind of want either a '73 Formula or T/A with the SD, but don't need to have one. I want even more a '70 4-speed T/A (non-air) in Lucerne Blue. I had a line on a '69 T/A coupe (400 Ram Air, TH400) about 18 years ago for CHEAP, but lost out on it. Oh, well.
     
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    My cousin had a 73 TA, 455 non SD model... Man that thing was nice.... He recently bought it back(he bought it brand new originally), but the guy he sld it to wrecked it and it sat for many years......

    The Lucerine blue color is very nice! I saw one in the local Auto Trader a while back for aorund $10G...

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