The Indy 500 race choose the 1980 Turbo Trans Am to pace the race in 1980. This was the first year that the same car paced both the Indy 500 and the Daytona 500. Pontiac made 5,700 of these cars to replicate the car used to pace The Indianapolis 500. The 1980 Y85 Turbo Pace Car Trans Ams were similar to the 1979 10th Anniversary Trans Am in the paint scheme. The Pace Car has white lower body paint with charcoal upper body paint offset by a tri-color body accent stripes. The decals used were now the larger 5-color turbo hood bird and "Turbo 4.9" on the bulge on the hood designed to accommodate the turbo-charger and 3-light system for the turbo-boost. The Indy 500 emblem located on the side fenders and the rear tail spoilers. The interior is a custom Oyster vinyl seats with hobnail inserts and the bird was embroidered on the center of the rear seats and on the door panels. The rest of the interior is an Oyster white with charcoal grey dash and center console. Red dash lights round out the interior. The car comes with the Turbo-charged 301 motor and standard WS6 handling package set off by the 15x8 inch turbo rims finished in white. The car also comes fully equipped with power windows, power locks, A/C, and more. One Owner before me. I have only put a couple of thousand miles on the car. She is tuned and ready for you to take her home.
$Reduced - 9800