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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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This 1969 Pontiac Firebird 400 has been nicely restored to show off its cool factory color combo and numbers-matching motor. But since this is a high-performance 400ci coupe, they also took the time to add in extra power. The result is a great classic style with the V8 muscle you really expect from a Firebird. Sure, we love 60s power machines in red and black, but heres a more sophisticated way to standout. The factory-correct Warwick Blue has a great glow in the sunshine that reminds you Pontiacs were not only performance-bred, but also premium, too. This up-scale feeling is continued on the fresh black vinyl roof. But more than just a great color combo, you love that these first-gen cars were an instant classic thanks to the bold styling. It starts up front with the unique chrome bumper that frames the grille and looks like the Firebirds outstretched wings. There are the right sporty details, like the dual hood scoops, full-width spoiler, and Rally II wheels with PMD center caps. Its all presented on a car that gets the fundaments right with good gaps, newer seals, and great-looking sheetmetal - including the signature creases above the wheels. Open the door to reveal a dark blue interior. The seats, carpets, door panels, and even the steering wheel all contribute to this feeling of a deep blue ocean. And the burled walnut appliques on the center console adds more of that great premium feeling. This was even a factory A/C car (it will need components and servicing to restore the function.) More than just look good, this was built to be a drivers car. You have nice factory features like the rare tilt steering column, and thats joined by well-placed upgrades like under dash auxiliary gauges and a retro-style AM/FM digital tuner w/cassette. At first glance, the engine bay wants to show off a tidy style to a very factory presentation. So its a great way to show off the numbers-matching 400 cubic-inch V8. The block glows from within the dark engine bay thanks to the bright and correct Pontiac turquoise. Tidy wires, good hoses, and polished valve covers are all there to be neat and refined. But if you dig a little deeper, youll see the investment in added power like a Holley Street Dominator intake holding the Quadrajet four-barrel carburetor. And long tube headers let the big V8 exhale with added power into the X-pipe dual exhaust. Theres also an upgraded cam for added performance and a terrific rumble. The numbers-matching TH400 three-speed automatic transmission was built to be a stout unit that loves this kind of added power. And it feeds an upgraded 12-bolt Positraction rear end. Plus, power steering, power brakes, front discs, and wide BF Goodrich T/As make for an all-around nice driving coupe. upfront The sale comes complete with the factory buildsheet, build receipts, and title documentation. So if youve been looking for a cut-above Firebird 400 that loves both show and go, you need to hurry and call today!
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