This page features a 1995 Pontiac Trans Am owned by
Phone: 405 612 7115
17 Inch American Racing
Wheels with Goodrich 275/40ZR/17
G-Force Tires, Pontiac Bright Red, Borg-Warner
6 Speed Manual
Transmission, Power Windows & Door Locks, Pass-Key II Anti-/theft
System, Engine Oil Cooler, 3.42 Limited Slip Differential, Monotube Gas Filled Shocks
by De Carbon, Power Rack Pinion Steering, Driver
& Passenger Air
Bags, Dual Power Sport Mirrors, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Electric
Hatch Release, 10 Speaker Sound System with
Keyless Entry, Four Outlet Exhaust, 4-Wheel Anti-Lock Power Disc Brakes, Fog
Lamps, Leather Seats, Hotchkis Strut Tower Brace, Rear High Sport Spoiler, Functioning
Ram Air Hood, SLP Air Temp Module, K&N Filter Charger, SLP
Air Foil Throttle Body, Hurst Computer Aid Skip Shift, B& M Shifter, SLP
Fan Control Switch - lets you run the fan on low or high or let the computer control
it. This car has not been raced and has LT-1 V8 with 72,000 miles on it.
Purple Engine Oil, Transmission and Differential since 32,000 miles.
have owned the TA since 2002.
Shelby purchased the Trans Am from a
local car dealer (Dave’s Place Auto Sales) in July of 2002. Dave Lester
had found the TA Convertible at an auto auction in Tulsa earlier that month. The mileage at the time of purchase was 32,671. Pontiac only produced 2402 of the Trans Am Convertibles during 1995 and less than
1000 were produced with the Borg-Warner T-56 six speed manual transmission.
During the next year Shelby purchased
a Hurst Skip Shift Kit for the six speed which eliminates that pesky skip shift from the Borg-Warner T-56 transmissions. The
next addition was a K & N Cold Air Induction, which eliminates the Trans Am’s stock air filter system. While changing the air intake system an SLP Fast Advance Air Temperature Module was added. This addition causes the computer system to advance quicker which along with the K & N Air Induction
System increases the horsepower an additional 15 horses. Shelby then changed
out the Mass Air Flow Sensor to a Granatelli Motorsports MAFS, which increases the airflow by 45% and adds an additional 15
In the summer of 2003
a set of 17 X 9.5 inch American Racing Torque Thrust II wheels gave the old Pontiac a complete new look. Also, four new B. F. Goodrich 275/40ZR17 G-Force KDWS Radial tires were mounted to the new AR wheels. While
adding the new wheels a set of 10.9 inch drilled and slotted, vented rotors replaced the stock rotors. A Hotchkis Strut Tower
Brace limits frame flexing during hard cornering of the Trans Am.
In the fall of 2005 a fully functional
Ram Air Hood was added to the Trans Am along with a new WS6 Ram Air Intake System. This
system increases the air intake efficiency to add another 5 horsepower over the K & N system. A Thunder Racing Air Foil
was added to the stock 48mm throttle body, which also helps to increase the airflow to the GM LT1 5737cc engine and adds an
additional 5 horsepower. The stock LT1 engine produces 275 horsepower at 5700
rpms. The improvements to the stock LT1 components, have added an additional
40 horsepower to total 315 horsepower at 5700 rpms. Adding a three-inch replacement tube for the catalytic converter modified
the stock exhaust system. The stock spark plug wires were replaced with a set
Hi – Performance Ignition Wires.
A manual fan over ride switch was installed which allows the fan to be controlled manually or by the computer.
The interior of the Trans Am has miner
changes with a Pontiac mat and Trans Am space cover in the rear and a set of Lloyd’s Custom Firebird floor mats in the
front. A leather covered SLP Shift Knob compliments the B & M Short Throw