This 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am was built at the General Motors plant in Norwood, Ohio and is equipped with a 403ci V8, 3-speed automatic transmission, and limited-slip differential. The car was reportedly won by its original owner after it was put up as the grand prize in a nationwide company sales contest, and remained in the same family until last year. This Trans Am shows 90k miles and comes with a window sticker, documentation back to new, a current safety inspection, and a clean New York title. The car was optioned with a red and orange graphics package over Cameo White paint, with the current finish shown up close in the gallery below. Exterior trim includes a hood scoop, fender-mounted air extractors, an air dam, front and rear wheel deflectors, a rear spoiler, and dual exhaust splitters. The cabin is finished in Carmine Red with vinyl on the seats, door panels, and center console cover. Factory options include air conditioning, "Soft-Ray" tinted glass, a rear window defroster, and AM/FM radio. Just under 90k miles are indicated on the 5-digit odometer.This car is equipped with an Oldsmobile-derived 403ci L80 V8 and a 3-speed automatic transmission. Invoices dating back to the car's first service will be included in the sale.