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A Wonderful Trans Am Ride It was a Tuesday night at about 6:30 p.m.; I was working, but not doing a thing. Bill, one of the salesmen at Pontiac of Beechmont, asked me to clean up a 2002 Pontiac Trans Am Ram Air. I told him no problem and went and got the keys and found the car on the lot. I was so excited when I found out the car had a six speed transmission. I have been working at this store for a little over a year now and I get the chance to drive Trans Ams almost every day, but every time I get in a one I still feel like a little kid in a candy store.

I pulled the car around the parking lot and pulled it into my bay, so that I could clean it up and get it ready for the customer to pick it up.

The new and the last Trans Ams are a thing of beauty and one of the greatest muscle cars ever built. 2002 will be the last year of production for the Pontiac Trans Am. This one was a beautiful pewter color with black leather interior. It was loaded out with power windows, power locks, cruise control, tilt steering, traction control, seventeen inch polished aluminum wheels, high performance tires, a six speed transmission with a Hurst shifter, a the wonderful ram air style hood that houses a V8 with three hundred and twenty five horsepower.

After I was done admiring the car, it was time to get it ready for that lucky customer that just shelled out a whopping thirty three thousand dollars on it. I made sure that the car was spotless inside and out. I knew that the guy that bought it would be...