Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a beautifully built 1980 Pontiac Firebird T/A. As soon as you walk up to this beast, its stance will tell you that it is far from your ordinary '80 Pontiac. This car was a 4 year project that was finished in 2013 and absolutely no corners were cut in restoring this Trans Am. Every panel was stripped to bare metal and all parts including all body panels, inner fenders, sub-frame, control arms, end links and complete rear axle assembly were E-coated before paint. The powerplant is a 6.6 liter engine that had a full rebuild that has been built to dominate the street or track. The car sports a 3 speed automatic trans that was fully rebuilt at the same time as the engine. The best part of enjoying all of this power is that the entire vehicle has been frame off restored and drives like a new car. Gripping the steering wheel and ripping through gears will make you feel like a kid playing the latest racing video game. During the restoration this beauty received an all new interior including door panels, carpet, headliner, and rebuilding of the seats. There are all new brake lines, new springs, Stoptech slotted and cross drilled 4 wheel disc brakes and rests on a set of Year One 17" snowflake wheels all which give the car its perfect stance and ease of handling. This '80 has less than 2,500 miles since it has completely rebuilt and is ready to please its next owner. There is plenty of additional work that has been done during the restoration and complete details are available upon request. If you are looking for a classic muscle machine to turn heads and make memories, this is the one for you. For more information including over 100+ HD photos and video, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at 313-982-3100.
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