did the 1983 trans-am come out with a 350 or 305
ok so i got a 1983 pontiac trans-am the guy i got it frome told me it had a 305 with the ram
air hood but my dad thinks it has a 350 i was just wourding if the came out with a 350 and
look at the hatch on it the guy told me it was one of a kind i can not find one
305ci and I donnot know about the hatch... If it is truly one of a kind I'd restore it
thats what i planed to do but i onley got about 1200$ in the car lol
well i bought a 1984 olds deta 88 traded it for a 97 ranger and traded it for the trans am and fell in love with it but what do you thank the hatch is worth he told me it came out of the factory like that
Find a Trans Am forum. Find out if it's OEM or aftermarket - you should be able to tell by looking at it. Forum members will know how much the hatch is worth.
The hatch is a fiberglass piece. You can currently get a hatch similiar to that made by a company called HTP. It was not a stock piece. Use your search engine and search for 'firebird fiberglass hatch'. As far as the engine. 305 was not an option for 1983, but if the engine has ever been swapped it is possible that it could be a 350. They look identical from the outside. If you get the code off of the block, it will tell you what it is.
they guy has paper work that says that the hatch is frome the factory and i can not find any on line
the car is all stock outher than the cd player
Sorry, but that hatch is not factory. If it is, it is the first one I have ever seen, and that would be a surprise.
The hatch is factory however not available until 1989. There was a limited number of GTA trans ams in 1989 that came with this as an option called "notchback". Personally I find the look awful but others seem to like it probably because it is different. 305ci was the only V8 option in 1983 trans ams. There was a 305 crossfire injection available in the Recaro special addition though. Sorry but your trans am is not something special due to the notchback that was certainly added sometime after 1989.
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