Any Pontiac Enthusiasts here? v. 1979 limited edition trans am

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  1. JPitts

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    One of my friends clients came to me wanting me to sell his classic car and I was seeing if anybody knew what kind of value to expect from it. I have seen many listings ranging a wide spectrum of pricing but this one is in pristine condition, show room quality.

    Anyway here is some info about the car

    Make/Model: Pontiac 1979 10th Anniversary Limited Edition Trans-Am
    Engine: 6.6L 403 CID 4 BBL V8
    Mileage: 3800 Original Miles
    Quality: Non-Restored, well taken care of. No blemishes, scratches, dents or imperfections of any kind. Clear title, no accidents. Recent records of inspection and everything mechanically with the car is in perfect condition. Has all records of mileage of where and when specific trips were taken.


    I saw a listing similar to this on a classic car site and he was asking 65,000. It had only a few less miles on it but otherwise it was near identical to this car.


    Anybody know what this car is potentially worth or know a good place or way to sell it?
    All help is greatly appreciated
     
  2. JPitts

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    bump?
     
  3. Browning

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    nowhere near 65
     
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    that's whack it material
     

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