Don't blink because you're going to miss out on this 1975 Pontiac
Firebird with a 400 V8, His & Hers Hurst, and one of the coolest
factory-correct color combos ever. Why is it going to sell so fast?
Have you checked out the affordable price???
Stellar Blue is a great color with an even better name. It gets even better thanks to their contrasting decals - that bright blue screaming chicken on the hood just stands out in a sea of red, silver, and especially black cars. Even over 40 years later this looks stunning... but that could also have to do with the one high end professional respray this T/A received. We love these classic Pontiacs because the Endura plastic front ends gave them a unique and muscular appearance, and today it's important to find examples that still look as good as this one. Plus, you have all the iconic Trans Am touches of the day, like the shaker-style hood, fender vents, and full-length rear spoiler. And of course, no muscular Pontiac would be complete without the iconic Rally II wheels.
For those who loved the exterior color, we've got even more blue for you inside. Factory-correct, and showing signs of being quite original, it's a true blue-on-blue coupe. Looking at the condition of the vinyl bucket seats, door panels, dash, and center console, it's apparent that this has been a cherished T/A. Full instrumentation was standard on Trans Ams, including the large tach and speedo. The dials look great set in the iconic and aggressive machine-turned instrument panel. Ahead of that the driver gets the three-spoke sports steering wheel that should be quite familiar to Pontiac fans. While this all looks very factory-correct, two upgrades are easy to spot. First, the AM/FM/CD stereo is great for playing modern tunes in your classic coupe. But even better is the added performance of the Hurst "His & Hers" Dual Gate shifter with Firebird shift knob.
The 400 cubic-inch, four-barrel V8 is the accurate motor for this T/A. It is the correct YT code block from 1975, although no partial VIN is stamped to verify, it appears it could be the numbers-matching powerplant, and possibly the low miles are accurate (remember, neither are certified.) What's obvious is the exceptionally tidy engine bay with nice bright valve covers, and more great blue on the block. Even the air cleaner still correctly inhales through the front. Making big torque, this V8 moves the sporty coupe easily, and that Hurst shifter upgrade means you're in complete control to get the maximum performance from the stout TH350 three-speed transmission. Plus, front disc brakes, power steering, and superior all-around grip of Telstar Turbostar GT tires makes this a great anywhere/anytime cruising classic.
Here's a cherished Trans Am that has been kept correct in all the right places, and upgrades where you want them. It's a true classic that's turnkey ready and priced within reach. Call today!!
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