Atlantis Blue exterior, Blue interior. 400ci V8 engine, 4 speed manual transmission, Factory A/C, Rare 4 speed trans, Great driver. The W72 6.6L engine runs great and was only available with a manual transmission. By mid-1978, the automatic transmission was dropped from the option list, making the Borg-Warner Super T-10 4-speed the only transmission available with the W72 Performance Package. Sadly, availability of the T/A 6.6 engines ran out sometime in March or April 1979, marking the end of the last hi-performance 400 Pontiac engine. The T/A 6.6 became the last factory-installed hi-performance 400-cid engine produced by Pontiac. This car has the rare Atlantis Blue code 24 with blue cloth interior option. The paint has a great shine with nice matching blue graphics and hood bird. The interior is great condition with hardly any wear on the seats and steering wheel. The dash is crack-free with factory working gauges. The doors open and close nicely with no sagging. This car features the WS6 performance handling package with factory four wheel disc brakes. Overall this is a hard to find, well optioned car. Some factory options include; power steering, power brakes, tilt steering, A/C, posi rear axle, AM FM radio, WS6 handling package, W72 performance engine, N90 aluminum wheels, electric clock, rear defrost, and much more... This rare Trans Am is ready to hit the road whether it be a local car show or cross country trip. Come out today to see it in person!
1995 Firebird Firehawk #85 - listed in Firehawk registryAdult drivenDark green with tan fabric interiorTwo on the Left (TOTL) exhaustFirehawk floor matsNew clutch, pressure plate and flywheelNew Hurst shifterNew headlight door motorsNew brakes all aroundNew Koni shocks all aroundNew batteryCold air conditioningUnmodified and original Everything works - great condition – needs nothing.
You already know we love F-bodies here at Streetside Classics, and compared to the 69 Camaros, this 1969 Pontiac Firebird is a slightly unusual find. It offers a strong-running 400, bright yellow paint, and that undeniable performance look that makes these cars perennial favorites. So if youre a Pontiac guy or just someone whos tired of 69 Camaros, perhaps this is the solution. The paint job was done quite a few years ago, but since then, this Firebird has lived a pretty easy life. The bright yellow paint is racy and aggressive and on the Firebird shape it looks like the right choice, which was the goal all along. They laid it down on top of some reasonably good bodywork, so it has a high-performance look thats evident even from a distance, and when you get up close the little details start to stand out. Its not perfect and you could take it up a notch with a professional buff, but its also low-maintenance and ready to have fun. Its been tweaked with those cool side pipes, Trans Am style stripes, a rear spoiler, blacked-out headlight buckets, as well as the bright chrome beak that gives the Firebird a very different look from its corporate cousin. The side marker lights that are actually little firebirds themselves are perhaps the coolest ever invented and the clean overall look makes this car stand out in a sea of Brand-X F-bodies. The interior is a little less vivid but no less attractive. Factory buckets with reproduction seat covers anchor one of the better places to get some road work done. Basic black is the overall theme, although it is a Pontiac, so you get a wooden shifter knob, a three-spoke steering wheel, and a center console. Factory gauges are joined by auxiliary dials under the dash, along with an AM/FM/CD stereo head unit hidden in the glovebox. Door panels and carpets were replaced at the time of restoration and the steering wheel has a leather wrap to make it easy to grip. Its all clean, simple, and well-executed, making this Firebird a great car to drive and enjoy. Even the trunk is in good order, including a fresh reproduction mat that looks right. Pontiacs 400 cubic inch V8 is well-known and well-regarded in performance circles, and in the lightweight Firebird, performance is impressive. Thanks to an Edelbrock carburetor, matching aluminum intake manifold, and an HEI distributor, it starts easily, pulls hard, and runs great. The engine bay continues the clean, slightly customized theme with matching yellow engine enamel, along with chrome valve covers and air cleaner, yellow plug wires, and a few other bright pieces. Power steering and brakes work with the TH400 3-speed automatic transmission to make this car easy to drive, while those awesome side pipes give it that notorious sound we all love so much. A 10-bolt rear end is your accomplice and it rides reasonably well on those Cragar mag wheels and 235/60/14 performance radials all around. I have to admit that I like the look on this Poncho. If this were a Camaro, it would be $5000 more expensive with a smaller engine. So with that in mind, why not give this awesome Firebird a try? Call today!
Come with me back to the days when you were in high school and this 1987 Pontiac Trans Am GTA was the nastiest car on the block. An incredible, unmolested survivor with just 46,808 original miles, this T/A is still a blast to drive and still gets admiring looks out on the road. In fact, good luck finding more V8 fun for less money than this cool Pontiac. Itll blow your mind to learn that this Trans Am from your glory days now qualifies as an antique with the Antique Automobile Club of America, but its 32 years old now. The good news is that its only been driven about 1500 miles a year, so its still quite fresh and still plenty fast. The swoopy Firebird bodywork, which, for a time, made it the most aerodynamic car in America, still looks great today. That burgundy paint shines up beautifully and doesnt show any evidence of repaints or accident repairs, although a professional buff would really pay off without altering its originality. Personally, I like the lack of graphics on this one, although showing a bit of restraint was never Pontiacs style. A slick wrap-around rear spoiler (no cracks!), those cool vents in the hood, and the trick checkerboard taillights are all in great condition and add to the distinctive 80s icons look. Sure, there are some signs of age, but you really dont find 1980s F-bodies this clean all that often. The tan cloth interior is a great place for performance driving. The buckets are supportive but not confining, and the grippy cloth is great for holding you in place, because this sucker still has what it takes in the corners. The carpets and door panels show almost no wear, and whats there is entirely appropriate to the cars age. GM finally gave the big Pontiac a speedometer that would match its performance by reading to 140 instead of 85, and even today the gauges are still functional and highly legible. Cold A/C, power windows and locks, and a tilt steering column are great options in your new muscle car, and even the original AM/FM/cassette stereo is still in the center of the dash, a genuine anomaly in todays entertainment-crazed world. The trunk is rather nicely preserved as well, albeit a little oddly shaped, and youll be impressed by the fact that the original gas struts can still support the big glass hatch. GMs torquey and rugged Tuned Port Injection L98 350 cubic inch V8 was the top dog in 1987, and while its horsepower figures may not be all that impressive today, its still a real blast to stomp the throttle and feel the torque as it rockets the Trans Am forward. Its also blissfully stock, which means it hasnt been abused or raced, and runs as well as the day the original owner took it home. There are none of the usual modifications under the hood and it really is spotless, but other than routine maintenance items its 100% original. Thats just how you should buy a car like this because it means it hasnt been abused or raced. Its backed by a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive with quick reflexes, and cruises relatively efficiently with a set of 3.08 gears out back. Its just as clean underneath, with some surface scale but no critical issues and it still feels tight and solid going down the road. Original cast aluminum wheels show minimal curb rash and wear newer 245/50/16 General performance radials to complete the 80s ensemble. Lots of fun, not much cash, thats the Trans Ams strength. The fact that theyre also quickly becoming genuine collectors items can only help values in the future. Call today!
Pontiac was no stranger to pace cars, and in 1981, they rolled out a turbocharged pace car for the NASCAR Daytona 500. Turbos were rocket science to most folks back in 1981, but today, we know what kind of awesome potential lies within a turbocharged engine. This super clean 1981 Turbo Trans Am Pace Car offers matching-numbers, a sanitary interior, and a smooth swell of torque that only forced induction can deliver. From an era when Trans Ams were notorious for being over-the-top, the pace car is surprisingly sedate. With just 75,916 original miles, its as nice as survivors come, although we believe it was repainted a few years ago. Garage kept and expertly maintained all its life, its a reminder of what performance looked like in the early 1980s. The shape was still dramatic, even in its 11th model year, and there are many who like the subtlety of the Turbos power dome hood as opposed to the faux scoop of other T/As. The white paint with silver accents and black trim give the car a purposeful look thats still very much 1980s cool, but it doesnt look corny or dated like some of its siblings. Details like the chin spoiler, urethane nose cone, and rear bumper are in excellent condition and show none of the usual signs of age that plague many of these cars. The paint shines up quite well but doesnt have that super-perfect look that tips off onlookers that theres been a repaint; no, this one looks like a really well-maintained survivor and we like that part just fine. Theres no question that the wild black and red interior is original and in very nice shape. As with the outside of the car, the Trans Ams interior was built to get attention, including those body-hugging Recaro seats that were unique to the pace cars. It still offers all the high-performance styling cues that youve come to expect: engine-turned dash, three-spoke steering wheel, and a center console. Easy-to-read gauges look sporty and give a comprehensive view of the V8 up front, and the boost gauge that consists of three lights tucked into the back of the hood scoop is pretty darned cool. This top-of-the-line T/A comes loaded with options like factory A/C (needs to be serviced), power windows and locks, a tilt column, and rather rare cruise control. An AM/FM/CD/iPod stereo replaces the original AM/FM unit, and theres an amplifier and subwoofer in the trunk. That trunk also includes a space-saver spare that doesnt look like it has ever been used. The 4.9 liter turbocharged V8 was the top performer in 1981, and made a respectable 200 horsepower and a very stout 340 pounds of torque (for contrast, the 1981 Mustang Cobra offered 120 wheezing ponies). This is the original, numbers-matching engine and given the mileage, its likely that it has never been apart. The heart of the whole system is the turbocharger mounted on the passengers side of the engine, which pressurizes the Pontiac-built 301. All the hardware is intact and functional, so you get that gentle swell of torque whenever you squeeze the accelerator and as with many turbocharged cars, the choice of a TH350 3-speed automatic transmission is a smart one so it never goes off-boost. The underside is every bit as tidy as the engine bay, and it includes a fresh Flowmaster exhaust system that sounds decent despite the muting effect of the turbo. Those color-matched wheels are still some of the most attractive ever fitted to a Trans Am, and carry appropriately-sized 225/70/15 BFG radials. Garage-kept all its life, this Turbo Trans is finally coming into its own as a legitimate collectors item. Call today!
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Dont look now, but this is the biggest bargain in the showroom today. 70s F-Bodies are red hot, and this 1979 Pontiac Trans Am packs a correct Pontiac 400 engine, a 4-speed gearbox, and great-looking Nocturne Blue paint. You wanted one when you were a kid, and at this price theres no excuse not to own it today. Now that you are seeing it with different eyes, this is a great-looking car. The paint is a 10-year-old respray, but its holding up well and has a shine thats still superior to whatever GM was spraying on cars in 1979. Its also nicely assembled, with urethane bumpers that fit well and show few cracks, big doors that close without needing a violent slam, and custom-painted graphics that are a cool twist on the original Firebird hood decal. Never designed to be a subtle machine, the Nocturne Blue paint is the antidote to the more familiar 70s colors and lets you relive the era without having to do it with brown and gold and orange. Its not perfect, but its nice enough to be a car that can hold its head high at car shows and still turn heads on the street. Honestly, driving one of these today is even more of an event than it was in 1979. The blue vinyl interior is reportedly mostly original, including seat covers, door panels, and dash pad. All the other stuff like the center console and headliner are likewise original, and its likely that even the carpets were installed in 1979, so you can see that this cars always been well-maintained. The gauges are original with clear markings, and the original AM/FM/cassette radio is joined by a modern AM/FM/CD stereo head unit neatly installed under the dash. Engine-turned dashboards have represented high-performance since the earliest days of motoring, and Pontiac used it to great effect in the Trans Am throughout the first two generations. In a lot of cars it tends to peel and turn yellow, but in this cool blue coupe, it remains bright, shiny, and firmly affixed to the dash. Options include cold A/C, power windows and locks, and a tilt steering column. There are a few signs of wear and age, but it would be a crime to restore this interior. The trunk is without a mat, but the floor doesnt have any of the telltale signs that this car has been wrecked or rusty, so feel free to have a close look. When you checked the 4-speed manual transmission box on the order form for your new Trans Am, you got the last of the Pontiac-built 400 cubic inch V8s. This one was recently tuned and remains nicely detailed, topped with a Quadrajet carburetor living under the hood scoop, which was more decoration than function, but who cares when it looks this cool? Theres a new alternator, proper Pontiac Turquoise engine enamel, and a lot of plumbing that was typical of the late-70s. A fresh dual exhaust system features an X-pipe and Flowmaster mufflers, so it sounds spectacular and ends with the cool dual tips under each quarter panel. And seriously, there arent many factory wheels better-looking than the Pontiac honeycomb alloys, which are wrapped in recent Firestone radials. If youve been looking for a solid Trans Am thats ripe for appreciation, this one fits the bill. Call today!
You are looking at a 1 owner 1997 Pontiac Firebird with T-tops. This is a nice, one owner, car with really nice Gray velour interior. I was told that the engine needed a new head-gasket, therefore, it does need some engine work! you can own this beauty for only $2,000.00 which I feel is very fair for a car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Great starter car, needs just a little work on the headliner and needs some engine work. I believe it has a blown head gasket. It is not running at this time. Give me a call so we can talk about how we can make my car yours. I feel that my price of $1,000 is very realistic for a collector car like this one with the potential that this vehicle has. I might consider a possible trade, what do you have? What are you looking for? Lets talk!!! I sure would love to make this Classic yours. What can I do to make that happen? If this Classic is the vehicle of your dreams then the best time to buy it is BEFORE someone else does. NOW is the time. The customer who may have looked at it yesterday and said I will buy it tomorrow may come back today and buy it while you are waiting to buy it tomorrow. Do not wait another minute. Give me a call right NOW so we can make this beauty yours. RIGHT NOW. You will be GLAD that you did!!! We specialize in Father and son restoration projects. We are located in the northwestern part of South Carolina 20 minutes south-east of Greenville. Drop by anytime and take a stroll through our Field of Dreams. You may just find that car of your dreams. I hope to see you soon. Give me a call on my toll-free number at 1-866-942-7716 so we can talk person to person about this car. If you happen to be out of our toll-free calling area call us on our regular number at 1-864-862-4423. We ship all over the world at your expense. We always have dozens and dozens of collector cars available for sale at all times. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarssouthcarolina.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4423 today to schedule a look at this classic. We have shipped to just about every state in the US and 34 foreign countries. If you like you may text me at 1-864-313-2908. Visit Classic Cars of S.C. Inc. online at www.classiccarsofsc.com to see more pictures of this vehicle or call us at 864-862-4427 today to schedule your test drive.
Would you like to own one of the original Pony cars, but one that is a little unique? Then check out this Firebird convertible. Offered just in time for fall foliage cruising with a power operated top and looking good in its factory correct color of Mayfair Maize, its ready to roll. You just dont see too many of these Firebird convertibles out there and when you do, you notice them. The front end leads with a sharp looking chrome bumper that splits the air side to side and into the grill which is flanked by quad headlights. The center section fairs nicely into a crisp ridge that runs back along the centerline of the hood. That crease is echoed on the tops of the front fenders and also along the side of the car with a line that runs front to rear. Firebird appears in script on the front fender, along with the Firebird itself and there is a Pontiac arrow on the rear fender. The view from the rear is of those unique double slot taillights with a Firebird on the gas cap between them and Firebird in script on the trunk all underlined by a sharp looking back bumper. Open the door and you will find a very sharp looking Black interior which is the color this car was delivered with new. The door panels are simple with horizontal lines and a Firebird badge along the top and slashes of chrome both top and bottom. The seats have pleated center sections with smooth vinyl along the sides. There is a three spoke steering wheel with the Pontiac Firebird in the center and a neat and clean dash behind it. It is stock and simple with just the speedometer and a fuel gauge mounted in front of the driver. In the center is a wood tone panel with the original AM radio mounted in it, the ventilation controls below it, and the shifter for the 3-speed manual trans mounted in the floor. Hit the power roof button to drop the top for some open-air motoring, and if you want to, you can give it that clean look by covering it with the black roof boot. Pop the hood and you will find a 350 cubic inch V8 engine which is painted Pontiac Blue and has been in this car for a while. It has a survivor look and feel to it and there are signs of good regular maintenance with a newer battery as well as the plugs, cap and wires, and belts and hoses. A chrome Edelbrock air topper feeds an Edelbrock carburetor and intake manifold. Finned Holley valve covers are black with the tops of the fins brushed to aluminum. Long tube headers get the spent gases out and send them downstream to Flowmaster mufflers. A newer radiator keeps things running cool and Power flows back through that 3-speed manual transmission to a solid axle and 10 bolt rear-end mounted on leaf springs. A coil spring front suspension gets the job done up front and the rubber meets the road through 205/75R14 tires mounted on 5-lug alloy wheels with PMD center caps and polished trim rings. Come on down and check this sweet ride out. Then take it home and head out for some fall fun.
V-8 engine, automatic transmission, power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioning, new dual exhaust with Flowmasters, bucket seats, console with floor shifter, power windows, tilt steering, CB radio, spoilers, 15" PMD rally wheels.
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Here we have a 1996 Pontiac Trans Am convertible with just 40,800 miles in very good well kept condition . The car is red with charcoal interior and black power top.The car has all factory options in good working order new tires. We have the hard and soft boot for this car.
270 ACTUAL MILE Turbo Trans Am Pace Car Survivor 4.9L V8 3 Speed Auto A/C /// If youre a savvy collector whos looking for some awesome American muscle that you can spend a little money on now and get a big return on later, congratulations, youve found your next classic! Beginning life at GMs storied Norwood manufacturing facility, and meeting its first owner at Crookshanks Pontiac in Rupert, West Virginia, this pristine Pace Car is one of the cleanest, all-original Pontiacs weve ever offered. All-original, YL stamped and 301T branded, the cars 301 cubic inch V8 utilizes a spry Garrett turbo to twist 236 horsepower into 345 lb./ft. of torque. Behind that big engine, an original Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed funnels torque through a trusty 10-bolt axle thats finished with a correct G80 posi and correct, 3.08 gears. That drivetrain rides a correct WS6 suspension, which aligns larger sway bars, better shocks and better springs with tighter steering and power-assisted discs. And power meets the pavement through pristine Turbo Wheels, which twist 225/70 Goodyear Polysteel Radials around red bird center caps. Inside this Pontiac, an all-original Oyster interior utilizes an optional combination of Doeskin vinyl and Hobnail cloth to create sophisticated, distinctly 80s aura. Firm and comfortable seats are nicely patterned pieces that feel every bit as supple as they look. At the front of the car, an engine-turned instrument panel frames crystal clear gauges above factory climate control and a correct Delco-GM seek/scan cassette player. And in front of the driver, an attractive Formula Steering Wheel tops an optional, tilting column. Featuring low miles, full documentation and plenty of old school Motor City swagger, this F2 is set to provide one lucky owner with years of great memories. Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information!
3,553 ACTUAL MILE Trans Am Survivor 400 V8 Automatic T-Tops A/C /// This awesome 1978 Trans Am is a numbers-matching time capsule that combines 3,553 original miles with enduring Pontiac performance and all-American style! Assembled at GM-Norwood, this halcyon Trans Am was originally sold through Motor Inn Company of Albert Lea, Minnesota. The cars first owner was a dedicated dealership employee who began systematically amassing a collection of spectacular Pontiacs. After roughly 20 years and only 1,700 miles, the enthusiast decided to thin his collection to fund his growing family. And, in the late 1990s, the car met its second and current owner. That owner maintained the T/As routine of sparse drives and climate-controlled storage. And today, the cars glossy Solar Gold glow pays excellent homage to factory body panels that are as solid, straight and sculpted as the day they left the showroom! Under this coupes long hood, youll find an original Pontiac 400. That proven mill leads an original GM Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed, which sends power to a familiar GM 10-bolt that spins a posi-trac differential around 2.56 gears. Standard power steering joins 4-wheel power disc brakes to mix quick stops with great handling. And at the corners, gold-tinged Snowflakes spin old school GR70-15 Uniroyal Steel Belted Radials. Open this Pontiacs massive doors and youll find an original Camel Tan interior that creates a striking yet comfortable cockpit. Original seats are agreeably firm. In front of those seats, an engine-turned instrument panel hangs crystal clear Rally Gauges above factory climate control and a vintage Delco-GM cassette player. A Camel Tan console anchors chrome power window switches behind a simple shifter. And in front of the driver, a Formula Steering Wheel laps a tilting column. If youre in the market for a pedigreed Pontiac thats the quintessential late 70s American muscle car, here it is! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more info.
Vortec Powered Trans Am Restomod 5.3L V8 4 Speed Auto A/C Custom Paint /// Leaving GMs famous Van Nuys manufacturing facility as a legitimate W-code Trans Am, this striking resto-mod has been fully stripped and treated to a 2-year, ground-up restoration that was completed in late 2016. That rebirth included a glowing coat of Pewter Silver 2-stage, which was detailed with brilliant PONTIAC and TRANS AM decals. And those decals look great spliced with custom-airbrushed Screaming Chicken call-outs. Lift the cars dramatic hood and youll find a potent Vortec 5300 small block thatll provide miles of reliable power! Behind that mill, a tough 4L60E 4-speed sends power to a familiar GM 10-bolt. Below that stellar powertrain, a lowered suspension combines a powder-coated subframe with a beefy rear sway bar and quality Bilstein shocks. Turns come courtesy of GM power steering. A polished master cylinder cinches two Wilwood calipers around vented rotors, and two GM calipers around drilled rotors. And at the corners of those tubes, modern Snowflakes spin requisite red birds inside two 255/45ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports and two 275/40ZR17 BF Goodrich g-Force Sports. Open this Pontiacs massive doors and youll find a cozy custom interior thats a great mix of modern amenities and classic style. The clean cockpit begins with tall Procar buckets that feature unique, body-matched vinyl. In front of those seats, a massaged dash hangs a custom, engine-turned instrument panel behind vivid Speedhut telemetry, a handy USB port and controls for modern air conditioning. A molded console is finished with a factory shifter. And in front of the driver, a tilting column spins a leather-wrapped Formula Steering Wheel. Fully sorted, from its glossy Shaker all the way to its slick Snowflakes, this Trans Am is an impressive resto-mod thats perfect for any Pontiac enthusiast! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Documented 21,218 ACTUAL Mile Firebird Formula 350 4bbl V8 Auto Window Sticker /// Restored as needed, and still largely original, this 21K-mile Firebird is an excellent way to begin your journey into the collector car or muscle car lifestyle! Sold new by Willis Motor Company of North Canton, Ohio, this slick Poncho wears correct Sterling Silver paint that, in addition to being well maintained, has been professionally refinished as needed. A big part of the cars fantastic appeal is its status as an authentic Firebird Formula. And, accordingly, theres plenty of visual sizzle! Befitting the Firebirds origins as Pontiacs more approachable pony car, this classy coupe draws motivation from the brands proven but spirited Pontiac 350. Behind the cars storied powerplant, an original Turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed drives a standard 10-bolt axle. That versatile drivetrain rides a factory suspension thats augmented with dual sway bars. Factory power steering makes for easy turns. Competent stops are provided by power front disc and rear drum brakes. And power meets the pavement through attractive Rally II Wheels, which spin 225/70R15 BF Goodrich Radial T/As around stainless trim rings and red arrowhead center caps. Open the doors and youll find a correct Black interior that appears 100% original to the car. At the center of that cockpit, factory bench and bucket seats are clean and crack-free. In front of those seats, a wood-trimmed dash hangs optional Rally Gauges above an optional Delco AM/FM radio. Below that dash, a long console frames a short shifter. And the driver turns a Formula Steering Wheel. Whether youre a diehard Pontiac fan, or a new enthusiast looking for a great first collector car, this Formula is a great fit! Call, click or visit www.RKMotors.com for more information.
Its hard not to get excited about a 1967 Pontiac Firebird convertible. After all, with less than 15,600 of these built during the first production year, this is the car that launched a legend. So to find one presented so correctly right down to rare paint makes for something quite special. Sure, we love 60s Firebirds in red and black, but heres a more sophisticated way to standout. This is a nice re-spray of the factory Coronado Gold. Those who know their Pontiacs also know this was only available for a limited time on the Firebird and was a special order. So that gives this first-year Firebird even more distinction. But more than just a great color, these were an instant classic thanks to the bold styling. It starts up front with the unique chrome bumper that gives the whole front end Pontiacs wide track look. Good bodywork helps make sure items like the crease that runs from nose to tail is crisply defined, and you recognize the faux vents in the quarter panels are a cool contrast that helps break up the otherwise smooth body. This one really is great, right down to the details like the Rally II wheels with PMD center caps. While the black roof looks nice against the gold, it looks even better when you take it down to reveal the factory-correct parchment interior. You paid a bit more for a Pontiac back in the day, so its nice to see it now with welcomed extras like the wood appearance on the dash and the desirable center console with floor shift. Theres even an upgrade to a more modern AM/FM radio with digital tuner and aux input. You have complete control from the drivers seat as you grab the factory three-spoke wheel that gives a clear view of the dual pod gauge layout. And because this retains its provisions for factory air conditioning, you have the potential to enjoy top-down motoring long into the summer. Under the hood is a highly authentic presentation. This was born a V8 car, and so its nice to see a 326 cubic-inch motor under the hood. It retains its factory honest appearance that you see in details like the correct air cleaner as well as the correct Pontiac blue on the block and valve covers. The V8 fires up nicely, which makes for a great cruising convertible. This is furthered by nice driving features like the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering. Complete with owners manual, this is a highly authentic example of a first-year Firebird that has true rarity and distinction. So if youre looking to stand out in your classic droptop, dont miss this deal. Call now!
Properly restored, correctly documented, original where it counts, and filled with desirable features (T-tops, four-speed, etc.) this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am 10th Anniversary Edition is a collector car presented exactly how you want it. Someone has made some significant investments in this T/A. These anniversary cars were given a special color called Platinum Silver, and the way this radiates in the sunlight really lets you know this is a collector-grade Pontiac. All the details continue to showcase this cars value. Leading the way is a special version of the screaming hood bird thats exclusive to these cars. Its wider than normal, and it helps set up the darker silver accent color that runs from the shaker hood, around the doors, and ends at the pinstripe behind the T-tops. Speaking of the pinstripe, this red and black dual line was part of the restoration. Its an expensive undertaking, but worth it considering they outline just about every detail on this coupe - including the wide wheel well flares, fender vents, and full-width rear spoiler that make this generation T/A look like it owns the road. Pontiac fans know that no true 10th anniversary model is complete without the Turbo alloy wheels. These were their debut and exclusive to the limited run of 7,500 10th anniversary cars in 1979. Inside, the silver leather interior is a standout hallmark of this special edition car, so its good to see a quality investment to keep it looking so correct. You even have the black and red pinstripe and Firebird logo stitched into the doors! Thats why youll be especially happy to take out the glass T-tops and share this full uniform package with the world. And when you do, you get to feel as cool as you look thanks to R134a air conditioning. In fact, this comes loaded with all the best features, including power windows, power locks, and power steering. The original AM/FM stereo with 8-track is still even on display. But you get modern driving tunes thanks to the CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth mounted just below it. The driver gets a leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel, and beyond that, the dash is covered in the T/As hallmark machine-turned aluminum panel. The original gauge pack specially glows red like an aircraft, and even the factory tach/clock combo is still in working order. So this offers that unmistakable enjoyment that comes from a complete and vintage sports car. The 400 cubic-inch V8 is believed to be the original motor to the coupe. You can tell they spent time and money here making sure it presents just as nicely as the rest of the car. You see it everything from the correct decals to the pliable rubber seal around the shaker hood element. Topped with a four-barrel carburetor, this V8 develops plenty of torque, and the quad-tip exhaust has plenty of bass. This was born a desirable WS6 car. That means a terrific handling package that was the envy of its day. It includes sway bars front & rear as well as four-wheel disc brakes. Plus, with a recent investment in the front in it still feels tight on the road today. And the control of the four-speed manual transmission and a new clutch means this classic muscle machine is a blast to enjoy right now. The sale come complete with the right paperwork, including the factory buildsheet, reproduction window sticker, original warranty card, bill of sale, owners manual, and maintenance records. So you know youre looking at a cut-above rare classic. Dont miss your chance, call today!
Its hard not to get excited about a very limited edition car that was built for bigger power and a meaner presence. So this 1978 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am DKM Macho not only looks different from the other T/As out there, but it was also built to leave them all behind. This car has a rarity thats easy to spot. The fenders and rear panel boldly announces its #90 in a very limited run (only 204 examples) of Trans Ams modified by DKM through the family Pontiac dealership Mecham Motors in Arizona. So think of this as like the Yenko-level treatment for 2nd gen T/As. And this example really earns its Macho name as it was given a custom paint theme that looks like the offspring of the Bandit Trans Am and a Hurst Olds. The black and gold do a great job of highlighting all the best features, like the shaker hood, flared body kit, and full-length spoiler. Snowflake wheels are a must-have for a true performance T/A. The factory-correct tan interior is a great color combo against the exterior black. And you can show it off easily thanks to the T-tops. Plus, there have been some recent investments in places like new carpeting and seat covers to keep it looking good. They even invested in some nice upgrades like the retro-style AM/FM/cassette stereo that now offers a digital tuner. There are new components to offer air conditioning. But what youll really like is how much this is made to be a drivers machine. You get Pontiacs three-spoke sports steering wheel now with the rare DKM center cap. Beyond that is the machine-turned dash with the full gauge panel. And keen eyes will also notice the roll bar a rare DKM addition that also adds stiffness to the chassis. The engine bay looks terrific with the motor pulled, cleaned, and fresh components installed right down to the hoses. This kind of fresh look is exactly what youre going to love, because it makes you proud to show off this 400 cubic-inch V8. DKM made sure the Macho car lived up to its name by opening up the shaker hood to let the motor inhale the fresh air into the four-barrel carburetor. These exhaled with authority as long tube headers add power while also contributing to the thunder of the dual exhaust (this has an updated set, but whats believed to be the original Hooker headers also come with the sale.) And you get to take full advantage of this added performance with the four-speed manual transmission. Plus, this is packaged as a tight-handling WS6 car that includes a limited slip rear end and sway bars front & rear. It goes great with the power steering and front disc brakes for a fine all-around performance machine. This car has rarity in a slick and powerful package, so that should check all your boxes for a cool and distinct classic. Dont let this Macho T/A slip away.
Some people wanted to play Smokey and the Bandit when buying a black Pontiac in the late 1970s. But this is your chance to own something more than the movie star car in this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. Its a genuine Special Edition car that has been expertly restored to look this fantastic and feel great right down to the A/C interior. Plus, it retains all the best original pieces, like the numbers-matching 400 V8, four-on-the-floor, WS6 suspension, and of course, T-tops. We could continue to make movie references about a black Trans Am with gold trim, but the simple fact is, these were so cool looking that they were destined to be legendary even without Hollywood. Never designed to be a subtle machine, the deep Starlight Black is the perfect outlaw, especially with the professional respray of this cars factory-correct color. It gives the dark paint the kind of luster that makes it look like a black mirror. More than just the paint, you are going to see quality all over this vehicle that comes from a comprehensive restoration. The factory body kit and Endura front bumper look fresh from the factory allowing this T/A to hold its head high at car shows. But what really makes this one really grab attention is all the gold trim that accents everything from the full-width rear spoiler to the iconic snowflake wheels. And because everyone expects the legendary hood bird to be the bold centerpiece, this one is as crisp as the day it left the Norwood factory. Inside is a selection of the ideal features. The T-tops are perfect for everything from displaying your T/A at car shows, to just letting everyone else notice the grin on your face when driving through town. On any hot day, the Camel tan cloth seats are the perfect pairing. With a large restoration budget, not only do the seats still look great, but so do the dash, door panels, and center console. The carpet even feels fresh! The driver gets to face iconic components like the Trans Ams special three-spoke steering wheel (w/power steering,) and the cool machined aluminum dash with the Rally gauge package. The original AM/FM/cassette stereo is still in place for period-correct fun, power windows and air conditioning. But your favorite part will be the option thats missing: the popular automatic transmission option. Thats right...even the Bandit didnt get the kind of powerband control that you have with the four-speed manual. With 400 cubic-inches under the hood, youll find very few people willing to call the big V8s block color baby blue. This is the original numbers-matching motor, and just like the rest of the car, there has been a significant investment keeping it looking factory fresh. Theres a heavy breathing four-barrel carburetor living under that shaker scoop. The full force of this sounds amazing as it leaves the dual exhaust. But dont just listen to the rumble; follow its path in the undercarriage photos. There youll see nothing but fresh components that really tell you how thorough this restoration was. Youll also spot the unmissable red of all the new polyurethane bushings that keep this one feeling as solid as day one. Plus, this T/A was ordered with the special WS6 handling package. It includes front & rear sway bars, a tighter steering box ratio, and four-wheel disc brakes. This option made the Trans Am the favorite of most automotive magazines back in the day, and the investments in this one keeps it a tight handler today. A car this significant need the right paperwork, and so amazing documentation comes with the sale. It includes the original dealer invoice, window sticker, bill of sale, owners manual, title documentation, and the factory buildsheet. We all love the look of these black with gold T/As but very few of us will ever have the opportunity at one this nice. Call now!
Take a moment to dig into the details on this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. They took the time to restore this one right, so youll find a ton of upgraded components and even the right hints of originality like how the number-matching V8 was rebuilt for performance. The result is a stunning coupe that delivers everything you imagine a classic T/A can be. The stunning presentation starts with the paint. The gold makes this Trans Am akin to some of the special edition cars. But this is a more modern and deeper application that radiates with true precious metal authority every time the sunlight hits it. This generation has a particularly sporty look with the Endura front end, extra flare in the wheel arches, and a full-width rear spoiler. Plus, this performance attitude is turned up a notch with an extra hint of dark side. Not only does the grille and blacked-out rear panel look great against the gold, but the centers of the classic Rally II wheels were given a gloss black upgrade. And the perfect mix of this black and gold attitude comes together in the different shades of the famous hood bird that makes these T/As a drivers legend. Inside is an even bolder presentation with the upgrade to a red interior. There was a solid investment here, so the bucket seats, carpeting, door panels, dash, and much more all feel quite fresh. They even added nice upgrades like the AM/FM/CD stereo. The machined-turned metal panels are a great sporty touch that only the best Pontiacs got, and the return of the gold on the trim makes for a nice coordination with the exterior. You get all the best classic performance pieces like the grippy three-spoke sports steering wheel, full gauges, large speedo, and the unique tach/clock combo. One look in the engine bay, and you know youre going to want to show this one off. The tidy presentation and glossy gold fender walls are the kind of investments that make the bright motor look even better. Plus, they spent plenty rebuilding this numbers-matching 403 cubic-inch V8. The internals of the overhaul included a bored the engine, new pistons, full valve job, and a polished crank. Plus, they added a four-barrel carburetor, performance intake, MSD ignition, and ceramic coated headers that feed the sweet-sounding Borla dual exhaust. This is a coupe that youre going to want to show off everywhere, and so you have great driving features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and an aluminum radiator w/electric fan to help keep this running cool in all conditions. Add in front disc brakes, sway bars front & rear, and wide Goodyear Eagle GTII tires, and this is the right T/A for all occasions. Strong, powerful, and stunning, this is an upper-class Trans Am for someone who loves a distinct classic. Is that you? Call today!
This 1980 Pontiac Firebird Formula is fantastically original from the unique paint package to the V8 under the hood. So its amazing that a survivor this impressive can also be so affordable. The factory-correct Fiero Bronze is a unique color thats going to attract attention. And its only part of a total package that includes a brown lower section and plenty of gold pin-striping to separate it all. Its a unique setup, and it has just enough worn-in presence that lets people know its all-original. Thats right! Nearly forty years later, and this still wears the same paint applied at the California factory. But its more than just history that attracts you to this coupe. As a true Firebird Formula, you get aggressive pieces like the dual hood scoops, full-width rear spoiler, and color matched Rally II wheels. The brown interior nicely coordinates with the earth tones of the exterior. This is believed to also be quite original, and it has been given great care over the years. So the high-back bucket seats with replacement seat covers are comfortable, the carpeting feels plush, and the door panels are complete. Even the factory air conditioning is blowing cold. This is a true drivers machine with the classic T/A steering wheel, console-mounted shifter, and all the gauges set in the sporty machine-turned panel. Under the hood is the original 4.9-liter V8. It has a very honest appearance, right down to the correct factory decals. This V8 fires up with confidence, so youll love taking it out on the road. In fact, this is the era of sharp handling Firebirds. So you get great features like four-wheel disc brakes and sway bars front & rear. Plus, with power steering and the three-speed automatic transmission, its easy to show off this survivor everywhere. A car like this needs the right paperwork, and thats why it comes with the factory build sheet, reproduction window sicker, and Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documentation. This is a distinct and powerful time capsule. So at a price like this, you know you need to hurry if you want to take it home. Call now!
There was just something a bit meaner about the 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am. So you tend to take note when you find a one-owner car that has a terrific color combo, the right investments, its original V8, and those iconic T-tops. Theres something very cool about the factory-correct Nocturne Blue with all the light blue accents. After all, that war bird on the hood is as artful as it is intimidating. Plus, the widebody appearance is pure aggression the headlights are individually separated; there are large flares for each fender; and the spoiler covers from end-to-end across the rear. The designers really wanted to get this T/A back to the wide track look! And everyone loves the attitude that comes from the side scoops and the shaker hood. But take some time to enjoy the details, too, like the dual exhaust tips that exit below the rear marker lights on each side and the cool snowflake wheels that have a standout gold finish. Inside, this T/A has been given a terrific upgrade. The blue vinyl was replaced with a gray/blue velour. This kind of comfortable cloth is an especially nice on the days when T-tops are out and youre enjoying the sunshine inside. Plus, power windows, an AM/FM/cassette stereo, and an armrest center console continue this comfortable feeling. Youll slip into the bucket seat, adjust the tilt wheel to the cozy setting, and set off on any adventure in comfort. With the full instrumentation looking great set in the iconic and aggressive machine-turned instrument panel, every trip can be a bold one. The 4.9-liter V8 has an authentic appearance right down to the factory shaker hood that is just sooooo cool. This is the original power plant for the car, and the tidy appearance suggests plenty of the right investments. Make sure you take a closer look, because it gets even better. There are factory marking and decals throughout the engine bay and undercarriage for a true time-capsule style appearance. But more than just look cool when parked, this V8 T/A fires up nicely and makes great muscle car sounds out of the exhaust. The Trans Am has a reputation for not only being quick, but also as one of the best all-around handling sports cars of its day. This is from features like the front disc brakes and sway bars front & rear. Plus, this one has long-haul comfort thanks to a TH350 three-speed automatic transmission and power steering. Quite interesting, nicely invested, and an all-around stunner, this one-owner Trans Am is for those who like a different kind of bold. So if you want to stand out in all the best ways, call today!
This is the car you always dreamed a 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am could be. After all, it has a full bold red presentation inside and out, the right upgrades, and a freshly rebuilt 455 V8 under the hood done by a true performance master. The second-generation Trans Am was a seriously intimidating package. The wide ground effects in front of the wheel wells, integrated rear spoiler, and shaker hood all gives this a real presence on the streets. The updated front end for 79 was arguably the best. So when the dent-resistant Endura piece is as complete as this one, it gives the Firebird Trans Am an aggressive beak that perfectly complements the famous bird on the hood and B-pillars. It only gets better as this whole car looks like its breathing fire thanks to the blazing paintwork. Its the kind of bright red that helps grab attention away from the black Smokey and the Bandit replicas. In fact, this one reminds us a bit of another famous Burt Reynolds Pontiac. Remember the red Trans Am with chrome wheels from the movie Hooper? Yes, this one certainly looks the part from that speed demon stuntman flick. Just as that Pontiac was a famous for its surprise rocket power, this one also has hidden horsepower...but more on that in a minute. The fiery red attitude continues on the interior with the high-back bucket seats. Door panels, carpeting, and center console are all coordinating with this aggressive tone. But this is far from a sea of crimson. There are bright touches all around including the door handles, window cranks, and the three-spoke steering wheel. Of course, the most famous shining piece is the iconic machined aluminum inlay that covers the whole dash panel. There are modern components, too, including an AM/FM/CD stereo, provisions for R134a air conditioning, and all the gauges have been upgraded to Marshall units with a digital odometer. Underneath the hood is a seriously fresh presentation, and thats no accident. Youre looking at a V8 that is so new from its full rebuild that the new owner will be part of the break-in period. Because this is Charlotte, we can get our motors constructed by the same people who make the NASCAR race powerhouses. Not only is the new V8 solid, but its also larger than anything you could get in 79. This 455 cubic-inch motor with a four-barrel carburetor on top recalls the era of when Pontiac muscle cars had real muscle. Those long tube heads that feed the quad-tip dual exhaust really let the thunder roll. All this power is sent through a stout three-speed automatic transmission. The Trans Am was known to be one of the best handling American cars of its time, so that means power steering, sway bars front & rear, and front disc brakes. Plus, theres extra grip thanks to the modern Nitto NT555 performance tires riding on 17-inch American Racing alloy wheels. This is one fire-breathing T/A that finally has the performance to live up to its aggressive looks. Something this fresh and bold is not going to stay available for long. Call now!