Burt Reynolds’ second ‘Bandit’ Pontiac Trans Am sells for $170K

The car went under the hammer Friday night at the Carlisle Auctions event that took place in Carlisle, Pennsylvania this past week. (Source: Motor Authority)

A 1977 Pontiac Trans Am styled like the one in the hit movie Smokey and the Bandit and previously owned by the Bandit himself, Burt Reynolds, has sold at auction for an impressive $170,000 (coming up to $181,900 once you add fees).

The car went under the hammer Friday night at the Carlisle Auctions event that took place in Carlisle, Pennsylvania this past week, according to Motor Authority.

But didn’t Reynolds just sell a Bandit Trans Am a few months ago? He did, and received a cool $450,000 for it in an auction that included several memorabilia items from the actor.

Though $170K is nothing to sneeze at, the lower value was expected as the second Bandit Trans Am was a only ‘tribute car’ purchased by Reynolds just one year ago.

For the complete story: http://www.motorauthority.com/news/1097722_burt-reynolds-second-bandit-pontiac-trans-am-sells-for-172000

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