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Old 10-13-2016, 01:02 AM
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I will buy every 69 T/A properly restored for 35K!They are actually 75-100 depending on how original of drive train.4 speed cars are usually more than autos.RA IV T/As are stupid money.
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Old 10-13-2016, 04:47 PM
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I thought the same thing about prices, until someone pointed out that part of the thread is 13 years old, lol
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Default 1969 Trans Am RAIV

I purchased the car in August of 2002 but never joined this site until August of 2016 (14 years later) but I still do have it. I also have several pictures that I took of it (before,during & after) removing it from the barn of where it had been parked and stored since 1973 and may try to post them on here at some point in the future.
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load the pics pleeeeaaase! love those T/As
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Yeah, lets see the pics!

This was mine when I pulled it out of the garage next to a convenience store it had been hiding in for over a decade. Only car I've had that would spin the tires in all 4 gears!
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Dang, I don't remember RAIII T/As being 25-35k back in 2004.

I thought they were 50-75k back then.
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Dang, I don't remember RAIII T/As being 25-35k back in 2004.

I thought they were 50-75k back then.
Yeah, neither do I. I was in the market for a late 2nd gen T/A at that time and nice restored SE Trans Ams were going for $20k-30k back then.
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I agree. I would like to see more pics too.

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