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  • #7265
    Mike Clarke
    Member

    Is it me or has the collector car world gone ga ga over second gen Trans Ams? $100k for a 1980 turbo TA? $170K for a 79 TA? Granted these two are special cars, 750 miles on the ’80 and 7.9 miles on the ’79. What a couple of time capsules! The market seems to be pretty strong on the non super low mile cars, as well.

    Kind of makes me wish I still had my ’77 Formula!

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    #7269
    V8 Staff
    Keymaster

    Yeah, the Trans Am had an unbelievable showing at Barrett Jackson this year. Whoda thought those cars, especially that era, would bring so much cash. And they actually sold, unlike the 69 Trans Am convertibles at Mecum.

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    #7272
    Joseph Marconi
    Participant

    Crazy money for these latest TA’s for sure. Does anyone know what Burt has in his garage? Does he have one of the actual movie cars from 1977?

    #7278
    V8 Staff
    Keymaster

    This has been a wild January auction season. It appears that the stock, low-production Muscle Cars are reigning supreme, especially with the late ’70s Trans Ams coming on out of left field.

    I don’t know if Burt still has any cars, but it would be interesting to find out.

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    #7285
    Joseph Marconi
    Participant

    ………..

    I don’t know if Burt still has any cars, but it would be interesting to find out.

    He has a Trans Am, but I don’t know the year or if it was one of the movie cars.

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