Now available by The Motor Masters is a 2002 Pontiac Trans AM WS6 for sale. Pontiac always delivered with the Trans Am, keeping their halo performance car at the very forefront of the horsepower wars, and along the way there were some pretty good-looking machines, too. This 2002 Pontiac Trans Am WS6 T-Top is perhaps the pinnacle of Pontiac F-body evolution, and with this fine example of a Red with Tan Interior Low Mileage vehicle, it’s one that every Pontiac collector should have in their collection.
OK, so the WS6 was never subtle, with a bunch of scoops, flares, and lights all competing for your attention. But finishing it in Bright Red makes this one eyeball-popping and believe me, this is one Trans AM you do NOT want to mess with on the street. But it has other tricks up its sleeve beyond horsepower, and as one of only a limited number built. With 61,548 original miles, it has obviously been a cherished collectors’ item since it was new, and the limited use ensures that it’s been kept in top mechanical shape, too. The composite body panels remain in first-class condition with paint that’s deep and glossy, showing signs of meticulous care throughout its life. Despite the horsepower injection this car has received, it sure looks like it has lived an easy life and certainly never spent much time in inclement weather. The decals are in excellent shape and aside from a few paint chips in the usual locations, this car is in excellent shape.
Pontiac’s Interior Specialists did an outstanding job with the Trans Am’s interior. What gives it a unique look is that it looks different from the Camaro. The bucket seats are what’s preferred for the type of driving that this car entails, and as a premier vehicle, just about everything was standard equipment. The seats are tan leather-wrapped, there’s A/C, power window and locks, and cruise control, and automatic transmission. The AM/FM/CD stereo still sounds great, ideal for top-down motoring. The T-Top makes it perfect to to take off and drive around on warm sunny days, and trunk space is adequate for a car that’s going to be a favorite to drive.
The original Corvette-based engine featured ram air induction and produced 325 horsepower, plenty for use on the track. Even today, this is a very quick car, and the LS1 starts instantly, idles smoothly, and never shows any indications that it’s not functioning properly. Modifications are plentiful for these engines, but this car shows exactly none, which is how you want a sure-fire collector piece to be. It’s never been raced or abused and if you look around under the hood, you’ll find that almost everything is just the way the factory left it back in 2002. Has an Automatic Transmission and shifts beautifully, offering punchy performance around town and a towering overdrive gear for the highway. The suspension is in excellent condition, so you’ll be thrilled with its abilities around town and the Factory Chrome Pontiac wheels and 275/40/17 performance radials give it a nasty look.
Pontiac made some beautiful performance cars while they were in existence. This 2002 Pontiac Trans AM WS6 is no exception. Buy this while you can because it won’t last long. Give us a call TODAY!