This is a very rare 10th Anniversary Firebird Code Y89. Pontiac
built the Anniversary model to celebrate the success of the Trans
AM. It is a well sought-after muscle car for the serious collector.
The distinct feature of this model is the iconic Screaming Chicken
detailed with red and black on the hood. The Y89 cars came equipped
with the WS6 handling package that included stiff rear leaf
springs, front and rear anti-roll bar, rear disc brakes, nylon
end-link bushings, firm dampers, and a steering box with fixed
ratio. This Firebird is a great project for the restoration lover.
The car is still in very good condition. Body is straight and
solid. The paint has patina that adds to the originality and
authenticity as it is original. The Screaming Chicken looks great
too. Whether to paint it or not is a personal preference. The
mirrored T-Tops are also in great condition and just need a good
cleaning. The interior is a bit rough, however, there is a new
interior kit that comes with the sale of this car. The dash trim
and gauges are in excellent condition. Car came with power windows
and bucket seats. Engine is the original 403 CID paired with an
automatic transmission. The engine does turn over. Car is in
Kentucky and available for viewing by appointment only.
1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Model:Firebird Trans Am
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