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1979 Trans Am 10th Anniversary Value?

jluisvaldez9

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Hi all, new here!

I have a 1979 Trans Am 10th Anniversary (Automatic Trans) with 45k original miles.

I am looking to sell and wondering if you have any idea of the approximate value.

Where is the best place to sell (30 miles from Chicago)?

It's completely original and drives excellent (I just had a ton of mechanical work done).

Before recent work, the garage was stored for approximately 25 years.

Overall, it is in very good condition.

I posted some pics.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Knightrider189

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Hi all, new here!

I have a 1979 Trans Am 10th Anniversary (Automatic Trans) with 45k original miles.

I am looking to sell and wondering if you have any idea of the approximate value.

Where is the best place to sell (30 miles from Chicago)?

It's completely original and drives excellent (I just had a ton of mechanical work done).

Before recent work, the garage was stored for approximately 25 years.

Overall, it is in very good condition.

I posted some pics.

Any help/advice would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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Dang, that’s nice!

I would buy it from you right now if I had the money.

I just purchased a new vehicle yesterday, lol.

Best of luck with the sale.


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Put it up for $50k.

I have been following the values of the TATA closely.

I just bought a showroom 21k mile 400 4-speed.

These have been selling in the range of $25k, with an average condition of 50k miles+.

For nicer condition cars, 30-50k miles, $35-50k.

Mecum and Barett-Jackson just auctioned some decent ones in the $40-50k range.

What does the undercarriage look like?

The more original, the higher the value.