The thing to understand here is that PAT modifies the source port, not the destination port. The destination only cares about the destination port in any packets it receives so changing the source port does not really matter.
In your example, the local (source) port would be likely to be something greater than 1023 which may get translated into some similar port number greater than 1023. The destination port would remain port 80.
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