This is my 1999 Trans Am. It shares the summer daily driving with my MG Midget; you can check that car out on my other page. My Trans Am is in *almost perfect* condition. I put 17" Black powdercoated ZR1 rims on it with 315 Nitto drag radials in the back. I think it's funny when some people don't understand my license plate.
Tints hide my 2 12" MB Quart subs in the back.
I installed my new LS6 intake and a 160* thermostat recently. I had a friend port and polish my stock throttle body and also put on the SLP smooth bellows (hate that thing!). We slapped on some ceramic coated Hooker long tube headers with an offroad Y-pipe (no cats). I swapped the stock exhaust for the SLP Loudmouth II cat-back system. The suspension has been upgraded with UMI torque arm, Spohn sway bars, DMS progressive springs, J&M brand lower control arms, a strut tower brace, panhard bar, and subframe connectors all powdercoated red. My brake calipers are painted red and my rotors are painted silver. I have all of the stainless steel badging for it as you can see (front bird, front and side grills, side badges, and rear Pontiac inserts). I had it tuned by Speed Inc. Here's a stock hood shot. Pretty boring, huh?
Dusty! This is my VFN Fiberglass Ram Air WS9 Outlaw Hood. It has a 3 inch rise, which is larger than a stock WS6 Ram Air hood and it has rear heat extractors like a Firehawk hood. It took 3 hours to fit it!
Well here it is! Finished product... My cousin painted my new hood for me and it looks perfect!
Here's VooDoo Larry doing some custom pinstriping for me at the Woodfire show in Itasca, IL.