Pontiac did not make a convertible in 1985, however, there were
companies that provided a custom conversion service to make a Trans
Am a convertible. To name a few were: Matrix3, Hi-Line Customs and
Autoform had made around 2000 Convertibles total. Not many 4-seater
convertibles were made thus making this a unique car. This is a
great 1985 Pontiac Trans Am Convertible that came from the factory
in Maroon paint and was ordered with the luxury trim group. Car has
had one repaintInterior is two-tone camel cloth with bucket seat
console and floor shifter. Door panels are black and in very good
condition. Dash is black and presents very well.Engine is the 5.0
Liter 305 CID MPFI and is paired with the automatic 4-speed manual
transmission. Steering is tilt wheel.Options include power door
locks, soft ray glass on all windows, power windows, deck lid
release with remote control, continual cycle windshield wipers,
defogger, custom AC, cruise control with acceleration features,
lamp group, and AM/FM stereo radio system.Odometer shows 84,588 and
are the original miles. Car has been sparingly driven and has
remained in the family for many years. It comes with the dealer
invoice and other PHS information.This is a great chance to own a
fun-driving unique collector car! And there is plenty of room for
friends, kids, or grandkids! Car is in the Charlotte NC area and is
available for viewing by appointment.
1985 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Model:Firebird Trans Am
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