Most of the Pontiac Trans Am Firebirds you’ll see there are painted black with gold graphics. This example is a little different and in our view more desirable because of it.
What you’re looking at is a 1980’s Trans Am Firebird dipped in a beautiful shade of silver contrasted with the blue fabric accents. These blue accents include the massive “Screaming Chicken” logo on the hood as well as Trans-Am text on the sides and back. A set of 18-inch forged wheels were also installed in the car.
Pontiac’s Trans Am Firebird has sold a number of different engines over the years, including six- and eight-cylinder options. This example is equipped with a more modern LS2 V8 naturally aspirated 6.0-liter engine, paired to a 4L65E four-speed automatic transmission that drives the rear wheels.
Other key features of the car include brakes from the C6 Corvette Z06, Ridetech rear suspension, Detroit Speed subframe connectors, new quick-descent steering gear, Ridetech shrouds on all four corners, grooved front and rear pillars, custom heads, stainless steel exhaust, front seats Recaro, Alpine AM/FM stereo with amplifier, and Jensen tweeters.
As if those highlights alone weren’t enough to convince you that this could be the Trans Am Firebird of your dreams, perhaps the fact that the car has only been driven 6,532 miles (10,512 km) will do.