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Weekly eBay Pick: KITT ’88 Trans Am With Less Than 40k Miles For $14k!

Posted by on February 11, 2014 with 0 Comments

One day each week we’ll list a cool project car or a nice driver for sale here from eBay Motors.  We’ll try to keep the price to a max of $20,000 for full driver cars.  For project cars, no more than $5,000.

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Today’s Car: KITT ’88 Trans Am With Less Than 40k Miles For $14k!

Here is a 1988 Pontiac Trans Am restored and converted on the exterior to look like KITT from the show Knight Rider.  This car turns alot of heads going down the road. It has been fully restored to just about new condition inside and out. It has 36,400 miles on it, yes this is the actual miles of the car. It has the V8 TPI engine with an Automatic Transmission. It has Power windows, power door locks, cruise control, power mirrors, power hatch release, T-Tops and a bunch more listed in the options section. It started out as a Black 1988 Trans Am with Black interior before being turned into KITT. The interior and exterior have been redone to resemble a 1982 Trans am which was the year used in the show. A lot of the parts are very hard to find since they were only made for a few years before Pontiac changed them. The car runs and drives great, engine runs strong and transmission shifts perfectly. There is no rust, no leaks, air conditioner blows ice cold and heat works too, T-Tops do not leak either. Power accessories all work. Even the pop up headlights work perfectly. Here is a list of what has been done to the car in the last eight years:




New Doeskin Tan Carpets and Floor mats
Proper 1982 PMD seats recovered Tan
1982-84 Interior Trim in Tan
1982-84 Center console with New Knee rest
New Console lid for arm rest
New tan interior door panes
1982 Shift Knob
New OEM Steering Wheel
15″ Turbo cast rims with 15″ bowling ball hubcaps refinished
New Paint job re-primed and painted ($6000.00)
Transmission Rebuilt
New Alternator
New Battery
Routine Maintenance
Lectric Enterprise (Brenon Fulbright) Halogen Red Scanning Light for Front
Rob Louisell 1st Season Front Nose with turn signal cut outs
New Exhaust
1984 Turbo bulge hood installed
New rear hatch
New Hood Struts
New Hatch Struts
New door moldings and gaskets
New T-Top Gaskets
New headlamp motors
1984 Tail Lamps with Blackout
1984 Rear Spoiler
New cargo hatch carpet
New cargo hatch sunshade
New CD player/ stereo and speakers
New Tires
Python paging remote alarm system
And a ton more that I’m probably forgetting

This car has been very well cared for and is in almost new condition with Super low miles. The paint is super glossy. The car always starts right up even after it sits for a little. It has the TPI V8 engine and runs great. The tires on the car are even new. All KITT needs is the interior dash components to make him complete. | Muscle Cars for Sale

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