For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1998 Pontiac Trans Am. This amazing car was loved for many years by the family and only driven a little over 42,500 miles. This barely broken in 1998 Trans Am for sale is dressed up in Artic white with a light grey interior, looking sharp and classy at the same time. 1998 was the 1st time that Pontiac used the new GM small block dubbed the LS1. This engine has gone on to become one of the most popular engines of our time, creating great power and fantastic fuel mileage. In 1998 this car had a 0 to 60 time of 5.1 seconds and while that number will not win awards when compared to the Veryon it is very respectable especially when you consider that when your foot is not stuck in the throttle body it was said to give you 17 miles to the gallon around town and 26 on the highway. The LS1 in this car is backed by the 4L60E 4 speed automatic giving this car the grunt to move away from stoplights and the top gear for interstate cruising, low RPM's and great fuel mileage. This '98 T/A for sale is set up right with leather interior, T tops and all the power goodies inside for comfort. I am a big fan of these cars as they are fast, handle like they are on rails, are comfortable, get great gas mileage are very durable. I would replace my current '02 Firebird with this one in a minute if it had the 6 speed manual transmission, (I like to shift). Options for this 1998 Firebird Trans Am for sale include Air conditioning, AM/FM CD player, T-Tops, Power steering, brakes, windows, mirrors, locks and seats Plus power to spare under the hood, Anti-Lock brakes, Cruise control, Leather interior and much more. For more information about this 1998 Firebird T/A call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at email@example.com
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