OK guy's, hope I don't get run off for posting this, but our JK is in the background of some of the pics if it counts for anything. I figured I spend enough time here so I thought I would post it, you never know
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Here are pics of the car - http://www.flickr.com/photos/2610541...7626421808128/
We have a matching numbers, unmolested Y82 "Bandit" Trans Am, complete with PHS documentation. This is a very rare color combination, as most "Bandits" or SE's are black on black.
I bought this car from the original owner, a 63 year old woman, for my wife in 1990 (could have been 1991). The only things not original on the car are the 78 WS6 8" wheels, and the 74 dual exhaust which I put on. The car was stored every winter since we owned it except one, where the times it was driven was minimal. In 1996 I believe, the car was backed into on a parking lot, hit and run so to speak, which is where the dent in the fender came from. The car went into storage at that point and has been there ever since, for 15 years. There is no other damage, and the car runs and drives fine.
The car has 67,987 miles, options include Deluxe Buckskin interior, power windows, AM/FM, stock 8 track, tilt steering, rear defrost, a block heater (?). It has the original space saver spare, and the Hurst hatch covers. I cannot track down any production numbers on Bandits with Buckskin interiors, but in all the years going to major national car shows, and recent research I've done on line, I have only found one other. That doesn't mean there aren't more, I've just never been able to find more than one. For what its worth, we had been searching for a car for close to a year when we came across this, IMO the color combination is hard to beat.
The car is in great physical shape other than the dent, there is some minor rust by the rear flares, and a touch under the front fender with the dent, all the floors, frame and trunk are excellent, as it's been stored in a dry garage.
If anyone knows anyone interested, let me know