Beautiful Bright White 1994 Pontiac Trans Am special 25th Anniversary Edition. Only 11,234 documented mi. on the desirable coupe edition. Two owner car. Original owner kept car for 22 years from new and accumulated only 10,480mi. 1994 marked 25 years of unbroken Pontiac Firebird Trans Am production, and to commemorate the occasion Pontiac created "A blast from...the future" 25th Trans Am. In addition to the high level of Trans Am GT features, the Anniversary coupe a model is a bright white exterior, bright blue centerline stripe and front fascia emblem, a gray 25th Anniversary decal and bright blue Trans Am door badge, and specific 16" 5-spoke white aluminum wheels with Anniversary badging on the center cap. Inside, white leather seating areas include "25th Trans Am" embroidered in blue on the seat backs. The embroidery is also included in the door inserts. The blue centerline stripe on this 25th Anniversary Trans Am harkens back to the first Trans Am, introduced in 1969, that sported twin blue racing stripes from nose to tailpipe.
All 25th Anniversary 1994 Trans Ams were high content equipped-loaded vehicles and powered by the GM 5.7 Liter, sequential port Fuel Injected V8 with 275hp and 325 ft/lbs of torque. The instrument panel is a familiar red Pontiac layout that features a large tachometer and sweeping speedometer. At the floor, a conservative shifter rides in a straight and clean console. Naturally, all the luxuries you'd expect in a modern car are present and accounted for including AC, power windows, power door locks, power mirrors rear window defroster, 10 speaker AM/FM stereo and remote keyless entry that's complete with GM's PASSkey theft deterrent system. Fluids were reportedly changed in the past 1000mi.
Only 2,000 Trans Am 25th Anniversary models were built during a single year production run - 1,750 were the more desirable coupes (only 383 hardtops) and 250 were convertibles. Original window sticker, owner’s portfolio and period paperwork is included. Clean Carfax with no history of accidents.
The collector car market is evolving with a focus on “modern collectibles” with cars from the 80’s, 90’s and some rarer 2000’s becoming more in demand and appreciating well. The Haggerty Value Guide shows this car trending up in price since mid-2018. Two recent auction sales are $25,300 (coupe) and $20,300 (convertible) in #2- condition. I would rate this car a #2+ boarding on a #1. Haggerty values a #1 1994 Trans Am 25th addition coupe at $28,900. Buying these modern collectibles are and enjoyable be a lot of fun.
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