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About 78TransAm

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  1. Best wishes. It sure is a clean old car.
  2. Nice car. I'll bet the thing pulls like crazy. I had a 1995 Formula with an LT-1 and had the same problem with the windows going up slow or not at all. I replaced one motor only to find out that the counter balance spring on the regulator was unspring. The new regs use a different design than the original and do a better job of placing the window in the up position and retaining the CB spring. Another common issues in these cars is an ABS light. If you have this light the most common cause is the front hub bearings. I recommend you replace the hubs when you do the tires. PS make sure the
  3. http://s1267.photobucket.com/albums/jj548/Bill_Holland/
  4. Its all about the show and go. Talk is cheap.
  5. Can't figure out how to post pics and yes I work a Carley
  6. I own a gold 1978 Trans Am from CA. It has a black interior and the WS-6 option. I have removed the body side moldings and changed to the non-appearance weatherstrip on the windows. I also removed all of the original clear from the T-top end crome, polished it, and cleared it anew to remove the blue hue and cracks from the 1978 clear. I am in the process of learning how to paint using the car. Body work is not as easy as it looks, learning it takes lots of practice, and doing it well requires too much patience. Um gonna finish the jambs and take it to a professional. I replaced the factory
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