Gateway Classic Cars Milwaukee is excited to present this 1994
Pontiac Firehawk with T-Tops. The Firebird was produced from
1967-2002. General Motors hit the ground running to compete with
the success of the Ford Mustang By introducing their own pony cars
the Chevrolet Camaro and its cousin the Firebird. In 1991 Pontiac
and SLP worked together creating the first Firehawk. Creating a new
muscle car with a LT-1 350 V-8 under the hood. This 1994 Pontiac
Firebird was transformed into a limited edition Firehawk with the
assistance of SLP Engineering INC's professionally installed
package which included a lightweight composite hood with functional
air cleaner assembly, 17"x8.5 Aluminum Alloy 5-spoke wheels,
275/40/ZR17" Firestone Firehawk tires, "Firehawk" graphic package,
interior commemorative plague (this Firehawk is #215), and
stainless-steel exhaust tips. Attached to the LT-1 V-8 is a
four-speed automatic transmission. This black-on-black beauty is
loaded with an array of features including T-Tops, power rack @
pinion steering, power four-wheel disk brakes, power windows, power
locks, power mirrors, tilt wheel, cruise, remote keyless entry,
AM/FM/ cd radio, leather seating, leather wrapped steering wheel,
rear defogger, anti-theft system and much more.
1994 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Firehawk
Model:Firebird Trans Am Firehawk
Interior Color:Graphite Leather
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