Vehicle Description

Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to offer this sleek 2000 Pontiac Firebird Formula WS6 for sale. The name Pontiac has always recalled the Firebird and all associated models just by mention. Sometime in the 70's after the creation of the Trans Am, the WS6 model had come out as the premium model of the T/A as a version that offered the superpower-like performance over the others. 1993 came around and so did the F-Body versions of the Camaro and Firebird models retaining a lot of the same sub models that had been made throughout the years but now offering furthered technology and advancements in the drivetrain. This 2000 model WS6 packs a 5.7-liter LS1 V8 under the hood that inhales air through a ram air hood as part of the WS6 package. The now popular LS1 feeds its reputable horsepower through its original 6 speed manual transmission and only has just over 30k actual miles. The performance of this sports car is complemented by an aggressive look on the outside consisting of a glossy black paint job matched by a black leather interior and 5-star WS6 wheels. This WS6 is equipped with air conditioning, AM/FM radio with CD player, 12 disc changer, and cassette, power steering, power brakes, power locks with keyless entry, power seats, power windows, anti-theft, traction control, airbags, tilt wheel, and T-tops. Don't miss your chance to scoop up this low mileage sports car that will be sure to be the perfect complement to your garage! This 2000 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am WS6 is for sale by our Detroit Showroom and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information, please call our knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100 or email us at [email protected]

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1419908
  • Price:$25,500
  • Location:O'Fallon, Illinois
  • Year:2000
  • Make:Pontiac
  • Model:Firebird Formula
  • Exterior Color:Black
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Odometer:30311
  • Stock Number:DET1707
  • VIN:2G2FV22G5Y2101891