Lot #79 - 1980 Pontiac Turbo Trans Am Special Edition with Starlight Black paint and camel hobnail interior. Additional options include air conditioning, cruise control, turbo boost hood mounted gauges, soft ray windows, tungsten quartz halogen headlamps, additional acoustical insulation, lamp group, front & rear floor mats, power antenna, power door locks, power windows, Delco-GM AM/FM stereo radio, special performance package, tilt steering wheel, custom trim group-velour. The paint is original as well as all of the decals, including the hood decal. Also original are the Goodyear Polysteel Radial tires, spare tire, hatch roof covers and windshield wiper blades. Additional items included with the car are the following: Reproduction of the window sticker, 1980 brochure featuring the black Turbo Trans Am Special Edition, 1980 Pontiac Service Manual, 1980 Fisher Body Service Manual, His and Hers black 1980 Trans Am jackets featuring the Indy 500 and Daytona 500 pace cars, all car kit models from this time period, letter from Pontiac stating that 3,547 1980 Turbo Trans Am Special Editions with black paint were built. This Trans Am is one of the "Bandit" series immortalized in the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies starring Burt Reynolds. The car was delivered to Howard Wilson Pontiac in Youngstown, Ohio on August 21, 1980. The original owner was Michael Forman who had the car for a total of three months. He then sold it to Coulter Pontiac in Canfield, Ohio. On December 10, 1980 I became the second owner. It has not seen rain or snow since my date of purchase. It has been routinely started and driven over the years and stored inside under a custom car cover. It has 7,300 original miles.