Pontiac Firebird Trans Am de 1979
Moteur V8 403ci
Couleur noir et intérieur gris
Le véhicule appartient au propriétaire depuis 16 ans
Arbre à came amélioré et têtes polies
Dual exhaust (échappement double)
Pneus BF Goodrich radial de 15 pouces
Lecteur CD Clarion et haut-parleurs de porte Infiniti
Sièges baquets et console centrale
Introduced in 1970, the second generation Firebird was only available as a fastback coupe. Designed in tandem with the Chevrolet Camaro, the Firebird was a popular halo car for the Pontiac range. Government regulations started killing muscle cars in the 1970's left and right. However, Pontiac kept producing the Firebird Trans-am at the brink of what was allowed (with perhaps some fudging of some horsepower numbers). Of course, Smokey and the Bandit made the late 70's models highly desired iconic pieces of cultural automotive history that are incredibly easy to recognize.
We are pleased to present this 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am for your consideration. The car is powered by a 403 CID v8 paired to an automatic transmission. The car runs and shifts as it should. The car has been owned by the current owner for the last 16 years and has been babied and loved the whole time. According to the owner, it is a numbers matching car. Along with the sale of the car comes a large folder of receipts of minor mechanical work done over the years. According to the owner the camshaft has been upgraded and the heads have been ported and polished. The car shows some aging but still is very presentable. Highlights include dual exhaust, T-tops, BFG Goodrich radial tires, Clarion CD player, bucket seats, center console, radial tuned suspension, Infiniti door speakers, and 15 inch factory wheels.