Right here is an exceptionally striking 1979 Pontiac Trans Am. For 1979, the body of the Firebird was completely restyled. This restyle featuring a new aerodynamic front end, revised rear end spoiler, bulkier flares for the Trans Am, and a revised connected single taillight assembly. The grilles had been repositioned to the lower section of the front bumper to allow more cold air to directly travel to the lower part of the radiator and engine bay. The interior remained mostly unchanged to the previous model year, however the deluxe cloth interior had now changed from velour to a Hobnail pattern. The hood decal from an option in 1978 became the standard design across the entire Trans Am line and now came in a variety of colors. This yellow 'bird is fitted with the largest engine Pontiac offered for 1979, an Oldsmobile-built 403 C.I. V8 with a 4-barrel carburetor. That power is connected to the rear wheels through a 3-speed 'Turbo Hydra-Matic 350" automatic transmission. The interior is completely original aside from an updated Pioneer AM/FM radio, and the black "Hobnail Cloth" seats are in great shape. The exterior "Sundance Yellow" paint has been repainted with new decals to match during its cosmetic restoration! This here is one sharp looking classic that is ready to get back out on the road.