1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Coupe Car for sale in West Leechburg, Pennsylvania 15656
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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Classic Car Overview
This car has never left a little town of 3k people in Leechburg, PA in its 40+ years of existence. The car was purchased in Leechburg from a Pontiac Dealer by the name of Kiski Valley Services, they closed shop in the early ’80s. The car has only had three owners since new, I am the third owner. I have all of the paperwork, warranty, owners manual, undercoating documentation, and 1979 brochures. When I bought it, I only put about 250 miles, yes only 250 miles, or about 50 miles a year. It’s in original condition with original floor mats, undercoating, spare tire, and paint making this car a true survivor. VIN # is in a picture and also on dealer spec sheet. The color combo is rare with the starlight black with red carmine interior and red/orange Bird. The original Rally II wheels have been refinished. The car is PHS certified. The car is in excellent shape, paint is still glossy, the engine compartment is clean, the underside is undercoated from back in 1979 by the Dealer. The exhaust, I believe, is still original the left muffler looks like it had been spot welded but that’s it. The trunk is immaculate with original stickers on the trunk lid, space saver tire, and tire inflator. The car also has an emblem delete option on the rear gas lid. The driver’s window has a few scratches and window weather stripping has a minor crack due to age. I have a replacement window and weather stripping but I have not replaced them as I didn’t want to risk damaging the door panels. Excellent mechanical operation with no issues with starting, gear shifting and so on. The car is equipped with the L80 403 Cu in 6.6 litre V8 engine paired to an automatic. The only thing on the car that doesn’t work is the air conditioning, it runs but blows warm air. Other than that this beast still runs strong and will lay 100′ of rubber any day. A real fun car to drive. It would be good to pass this to a new owner so they can enjoy it more than I have. I have the clean title in hand and am looking to get a firm $26,000 for it.
UPDATE---- Jan 12, 2020 I refinished a set of for period correct Rally II wheels with starlight black body match with new BF Goodrich Radial TA tires.
UPDATE- Price dropped to sell
Classic Car ID101196354
CategoryMuscle & Pony Cars
ConditionExcellent, car cruise worthy
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