1977 Pontiac Trans Am Wall Shelf
The Firebird was introduced in February 1967 and the Pontiac Trans Am two years later as pony cars to compete with the Ford Mustang. It wasn't until the 1977 edition that it received the distinctive, slant-nose facelift and the addition of the four square headlamps. The Trans-Am Special Edition became famous after being featured in the movie Smokey and the Bandit and was released by Pontiac nearly 42 years ago.
This model of the 1977 edition Trans Am has the iconic black and gold details, not to mention working lights. The shelf is tempered glass and measures 16-3/4" x 3-3/8". The front portion of the car body is molded polyresin. Requires 3 AA batteries for the lights (not included). The overall piece measures 19" x 7" x 7-3/8" tall and weighs 6 lbs. 9 oz. GM trademark licensed.