Gray primer/sealer is found in many locations of the body, and that includes the back trunk wall. We also see on the driver-side quarter, where the original red oxide basecoat is clearly visible, and the line where the gray primer/sealer was applied. While many owners restoring their Firebirds liberally coat their trunk compartment with spatter paint thinking that was the factory’s intent, we can see just how sparsely it was applied. Unlike other examples we’ve seen where exterior color was quickly blown onto the back wall, this particular Trans Am has very little Starlight Black visible in the trunk area, and any that is present was likely overspray that migrated in through the openings in the rear body panel. It just goes to prove that no two cars are the same!