All Mint 1977 Pontiac Firebird Trans AM with a 400 cu engine, White with Black interior. The Fire Bird on the hood is in perfect shape with the classic shaker top hood and 6.6 T/A markings. It is truly one of the last of the American muscle cars before fuel efficiency was more important than driving fast and having fun. This is a one owner car, special ordered by my father. It has low miles (33681) and has been garage kept.
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