The Pontiac Trans Am began life as an option package for the 1969
Firebird and essentially took the performance to a new level. The
Trans Am offered upgraded horsepower, suspension, handling and
visual impact. This 1984 Firebird Trans Am Gen III is an original,
well cared for Poncho. The factory Artic White exterior is accented
by an aero package, sport-hood w/'fade-away' graphics and smoked
glass t-tops. The grey cloth/vinyl interior w/Recaro front bucket
seats is also original and in very good condition. Convenience
features include: A/C, AM/FM/Cassette sound system, full gauge
package, power locks, cruise, tilt wheel and power tinted windows.
This G-code Trans Am is powered by GM's 305 HO motor that produces
190bhp when fueled by the computer assisted 750cfm Q-Jet Rochester.
Compression ratio is 9.5:1 and the HO performance cam has .405/.415
lift. Air is ingested through the cowl induction hood and torque is
delivered by a 5-speed manual gearbox. The chassis incorporates
power steering, HD sway bars, 4-wheel power disc brakes, 16"
Pontiac alloy rims w/nearly-new Michelin radials and 3.73:1 limited
slip differential. This Gen III Trans Am provides the good looks
and performance always associated with the Trans Am brand. ALL
VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1984 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Model:Firebird Trans Am
Exterior Color:Arctic White
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