How much is a 78 Trans Am worth?

How much is a 78 Trans Am worth?

A run of the mill 1977 or 1978 Trans Am is worth an average of about $20,000. But a Special Edition like Burt’s movie car is valued at two and half times that number. Most Trans Ams built in this era were equipped with an automatic transmission, so cars with a 4-speed manual usually cost a bit more.

How fast is 1978 transam?

Car and Driver road tested a 1978 Trans Am with the 400-cid/200-nhp V-8 and Turbo-Hydra-Matic transmission and concluded it was “very sophisticated and impeccably well mannered.” The car was fitted with non-stock 2.56:1 gears to produce a 130-mph top speed. It did 0 to 110 mph in 34.8 seconds.

How much horsepower did a 1978 Trans Am have?

220 hp
Pontiac’s offerings for the ’78 model included the standard 400-cid L78 engine that made just 180 hp and 325 lb-ft of torque, and the W72 400 that put out a more robust 220 hp and 340 lb-ft.

What engine came in a 1978 Trans Am?

Engine manufacturer: GM Pontiac 400 V8
Horsepower net: 164 kW / 223 PS / 220 hp (SAE net)
/ 4000
Torque net: 434 Nm / 320 ft-lb
/ 2800

How much is a 1978 Pontiac Firebird worth today?

Vehicle Valuation Analysis

Bodystyles Median Sale
Esprit Hardtop Coupe $8,300
Formula Hardtop Coupe $7,500
Hardtop Coupe $18,000
Trans Am HardTop Coupe $17,500

Who did the driving in Smokey and the Bandit?

Reynolds and his Smokey and the Bandit co-star, Jerry Reed, drove it during opening day in one of the league’s seasons. The car was part of the last cars of Reynolds’ collection to be auctioned off, and while it didn’t fetch as much as Reynolds’ two movie replica Firebird Trans Ams, it still sold for a solid $49,500.