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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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So much authenticity at such an affordable price! This 1976 Pontiac Firebird has remained in just one extended family its entire life and has never strayed from its native Georgia. With both the original window sticker and owners manual on board for some historical perspective, this mid-70s muscle car is well positioned to provide plenty of memorable moments for its next lucky owner. Still clad in its original white color, this Firebird received a freshening up in the distant past and while it still looks more than presentable in its current state, just imagine what awesomeness some well-placed attention and a trip to the paint booth will bring. Regardless of whether you opt to bring it home to enjoy just as it is, or take the steps to elevate its game, youll be working with a very solid foundation. Having likely never been exposed to harsh salt laden roads, there are no signs of damaging corrosion on this classic and its exterior alignment remains impressively precise - its body panels tie in well together and the gaps surrounding the hood, doors and deck lid look nice and even. From the signature Pontiac split front grille on back to the sloping rear deck lid with its factory spoiler, every badge and emblem sits securely in place and the chrome trim surrounding the windows, as well as the glass inside, is still in good shape. Youd expect that the white interior would have picked up plenty of discoloration over its years of service, but its obviously been treated respectfully and has come through the years in good order. The white of the front bucket seats looks great against the contrasting black carpeting lining the floor and the buckets still have plenty of padding intact as they straddle a center console thats in downright sharp condition. The door panels and dash area appear strong, as well - the woodgrain accent on the instrument panel looks especially fresh. An aftermarket AM/FM/CD player has been installed to provide modern audio options during your outings, but the original 8-track is also still in place for a properly original appearance. This classic left the factory with air conditioning already on board and it was updated to modern refrigerant somewhere along the line - just a simple freon charge should have it functioning in top form. Beneath the hood is an engine compartment whose components all remain in bone stock configuration - no aftermarket performance parts have been added here. Everything inside looks nice and orderly, with far less grime buildup than youd rightfully expect, and the 350 cubic inch V8 at the center is as road-worthy as can be, firing up with a turn of the ignition key and running smoothly. The engine pairs with a 3-speed automatic transmission thats in matching condition to complete a very solid drivetrain - whether you choose to keep the current factory lineup intact or throw in some modifications, theres nothing keeping you from getting this classic on the asphalt just as soon as you get it home. Power steering makes for easy navigation, while the power brakes feature discs up front for fade-resistant, low-effort stopping ability as this bicentennial muscle car cruises on its set of 15 stock Pontiac wheels wrapped with fresh-looking tires that likely have plenty of miles left on them. The clean condition of the undercarriage reinforces the notion that this car hasnt spent much, if any, time in corrosive conditions. The attentive care this 1976 Pontiac Firebird has received has left it in very solid condition and its consistently stock configuration really sets it apart from the norm. Call today!
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