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Burt Reynolds may have been the star, but it was the black 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am that stole the show. There's nothing like seeing that Starlight Black Pontiac Firebird Trans Am emerge from the back of the Bandit's truck.
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A throaty V8, upgraded five-speed stick, four-wheel disc brakes, and other great performance upgrades will already have you hooked. Of course, when it comes in a cool 1967 Pontiac Firebird 400 convertible that has cold-blowing A/C, you soon realize this is the ideal classic. This shade of yellow is the perfect way to stand out in a crowd. After all, its quite bold without having to lose the vintage feeling. It fact it almost looks like a mix of Mayfair Maze and Goldenrod Yellow two famous Pontiac colors. But more than just a nice color, these first-year Firebirds were instant classic thanks to the bold styling. It starts 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 ribbed quarter panels are a cool contrast to help break up the otherwise smooth body. But one of the best contrasts around is the roof. You can tell they invested in a crisp black, and it looks great against the yellow. This one really has a great look that blends classic elements like 400 callouts on the hood scoops with standout upgrades like the polished 15-inch Torq Thrust wheels. With the touch of a button, the black roof folds down to reveal a full black interior so you get that great look against the yellow paint with the roof up or down. And the deep color on the seats, door panels, carpeting, and dash are another nice reminder of the care and investment in this Firebird. Like a good sports car, the drivers focus is on the deep dual-pod gauges viewed through the sporty three-spoke steering wheel. Looking for a tach? This has one of Pontiacs ultra cool hood-mounted units. While this convertible keeps an authentic attitude, youre going to find some very nice upgrades, too. For example, the modern R134a air conditioning means staying cool even with the top down in the summer. And have you counted the gears on the Hurst shifter yet? The engine bay is a shining example of Pontiac power. The big investment in polished components means youll love lifting the hood everywhere you park. But beyond the style is the substance of the mighty 400 cubic-inch V8. Plus, it has all the right upgrades, like a Holley four-barrel carburetor, Edelbrock intake, upgraded pulleys, and headers that add power while also contributing to the rumble of the dual exhaust. And you have better control over the V8s fury and the thunderous soundtrack thanks to an upgrade to a five-speed manual transmission. In fact, control is a central theme to this convertible with power steering, meaty Cooper Cobra tires, and an upgrade to four-wheel disc brakes. This first-ever Firebird comes with Pontiac Historic Services (PHS) documentation. You know this is a this is a classic droptop muscle car done right, so dont miss you chance. Call today!!!
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