Welcome to StreetDreamsTexas as we celebrate our 21st year in the classic and muscle car business. As the 1960's drew to a close, Pontiac started to shift their focus on performance from the intermediate-sized GTO to the Firebird, or F-Body, line. These cars were able to match the straight-line performance of their larger cousins, with the added benefits of superior handling and braking. The Trans Am, which topped the Firebird line starting in 1969, went on to great success as it was one of only a handful of cars that offered real performance during the 1970's. This stunning 1972 Trans Am is a prime example of Pontiac's commitment to performance during the 'Malaise Era'. The only engine offered in the 1286 '72 T/A's was this LS5, a round port (7F6 heads) 455 ci torque monster that can roast the tires with the best of 'em. Additional verve is provided by a competition valve job, a custom grind hydraulic roller cam, and a balanced rotating assembly featuring Crower rods and Ross custom pistons. This meticulously restored, numbers matching (see 22N524332 VIN derivative in images) brute came loaded with features and options including power steering (N41), power front disc brakes (JL2), air conditioning (C60), TH400 automatic transmission (M40), Heavy Duty suspension (F41), 3.08 Posi axle (GU4, G80), floor console (D55), auxiliary gauges (U30), tinted glass (AO1), honeycomb wheels (PO5), and custom trim (Y90). A rare factory 8-Track tape player has been added to the stock-appearing stereo (original radio and A/C compressor included). The show-quality chassis detailing is obvious in the images (red oxide primer, brake lines, stickers, etc.). Documentation includes build sheet, PHS, and many receipts. Come by and see what is perhaps the nicest 1972 Trans Am extant. Street Dreams (830-997-1950) is a full service dealership that can assist with worldwide delivery, insurance, and financing options.