This 1996 Trans Am convertible is a great example of a mid-nineties
Pontiac muscle car. The 4th generation Trans Am is a comfortable
ride built on a performance platform. This Trans Am is in very good
original condition. The factory Black finish (code 8555) has been
well taken care of and is in amazing shape. A Charcoal leather
interior shows little wear and all gauges including tachometer work
well. Convenience features include driver/passenger airbag, cold
A/C, 4-way reclining seats, tilt-wheel and power trunk lock. The
Firebird was also delivered with the 1SA Option Package that
includes cruise, power tinted windows/locks/mirrors and
AM/FM/Cassette stereo system. A power convertible top is in
excellent condition. The GM LT-1 5.7L (350ci) V8 is essentially the
same motor used in the Corvette of this era and this one appears to
be original and said to have never been rebuilt. Power is delivered
through a 4L60E 4-speed automatic/OD transmission (M30) and
posi-traction rear differential (G80) w/2.73:1 gears (GU2).
Four-wheel ABS disc brakes and power steering are standard. Falken
ZIEX radials mounted on factory alloys have lots of tread
remaining. This beautiful Trans Am convertible has been well cared
for and will make a new Poncho owner very proud. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
1996 Pontiac Firebird
Location:Concord, North Carolina
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