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Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 trans am

Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 trans am

$10,000

St. Louis, Missouri

Category -

Mileage 141000

Posted Over 1 Month

I would estimate the car is 95%. 5.7 140000 miles but looks and runs great all maintenance was done on or before needed. This car was owned by a friend of mine that passed away. The only reason he worked was to buy parts for his cars. It is a very nice car and if a gm bolt came out a GM bolt went back in he was meticulous about all his cars and this was his favorite. I am not sure of everything done but here is what I know paint think lower clip and decals upholstery starter & solenoid alternator gm window rubber strut tower brace sub frame connectors rear spring air bags throttle body borla ss exhaust fuel pump and sending unit water pump timing chain rear wheel seals transmission with shift kit

1987 Pontiac Trans Am red 1987 TRANS AM Miles 117640 THIS IS ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR

1987 Pontiac Trans Am red 1987 TRANS AM Miles 117640 THIS IS ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR

$2,300

Miami, Florida

Category -

Mileage 117640

Posted Over 1 Month

Standar, T-top the car was working great, I don't used for couple of years, the car needs interior fix (driver seat) and muffler, engine and transmission working, maybe need son maintainer, everything is original on this car, sale as it is.

Trim red

1987 Pontiac Trans Am red 1987 TRANS AM GTA - GORGEOUS - 55,494 ACTUAL MILES - THIS IS ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR

1987 Pontiac Trans Am red 1987 TRANS AM GTA - GORGEOUS - 55,494 ACTUAL MILES - THIS IS ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR

$13,900

Spring Hill, Florida

Category -

Mileage 55494

Posted Over 1 Month

1987 TRANS AM GTA - 55,494 MILES - THIS TRANS AM LOOKS ALMOST LIKE NEW - THIS TRANS AM IS GORGEOUS IN EVERY WAY - ALWAYS BEEN CARED FOR ALWAYS GARAGED - BEAUTIFUL COLOR COMBINATION Burgundy with red cloth interior ( very rare interior color ) This is a must see car - they are very hard to find in this condition the paint has a great glossy shine and looks amazing very straight body i took pics of all angles to show you how nice the body and paint are - view all the pics and you will see how nice everything looks the paint is like looking in a mirror - the interior is just beautiful and is in great condition as well the engine compartment is super clean and nice looks great - the wheels are in great shape the tires are very good overall it will be very hard to find another GTA in this condition it is a must see car !! this trans am is loaded - it has glass t-tops, power windows, power door locks, tilt wheel cruise control - this car is a blast to drive and gets the attention everywhere you go - a great car to take to car shows and show off in - this is a great car to own and only will increase in value - this trans am will be delivered right to you at no charge free delivery it usually takes anywhere from 3-7 days depending on your location - if you want a VERY NICE GTA here it is ! this is the one to have in your garage a very impressive car - this car is available to view and inspect at anytime before purchase even bring your mechanic - like all other classic cars this car is sold as is no warranty . you will love this car .

Trim red

Pontiac : Trans Am Coupe Pontiac GTA Trans Am 1987

Pontiac : Trans Am Coupe Pontiac GTA Trans Am 1987

$11,900

Brossard, Quebec

Category -

Mileage 68324

Posted Over 1 Month

PONTIAC TRANS AM GTA 1987 10 Second Super Clean Street Car VIN # for this vehicle is 1G2FW2186HN235093 and not the one above -10 Second super clean Street Car -Car completely restored for street and quarter mile -Nitrous Motor 575 HP SVC, Brodix Trac 1 Aluminum Cylinder Heads and more goodies-Turbo 350 Transmission -10 bolt 410 gears -Nos Cheater System-Complete 2 1.2 inch exhaust system-Complete suspension redone-B&M SlapStick-Odometer Gages Over $35,000 has been invested in this car. No serious offer will be refused. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Trim Coupe

Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 pontiac transam modified

Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 pontiac transam modified

$9,300

Nesconset, New York

Category -

Mileage 109000

Posted Over 1 Month

Up for sale I have my black 1987 Transam I purchased in 1994. Since then I put more then $25,000 into it. It has a black custom vinyl wrapped interior and all the extras I listed below. 500 HP naturally aspirated and has original paint which i never got around to doing so to complete the project it should be painted. It has 109,000 original miles on chassis but only around 6,000 miles on the rebuild. Selling because I don't have time to enjoy it anymore. LT-1 engine bored+honed .30 Air Flow Research Heads 190 LT-1 reverse cool 74cc Sanderson Street Rod Headers-small block Chevy ceramic coated MSD ignition and coil Cold air induction kit Fuel pressure regulator Moroso Valve cover gaskets Pro Torque converter 10.5' 700r4 30 spline Rebuilt 700r4 Automatic Transmission w/ shift kit in 2014 Comp cam LT1 xr269hr-12/ Duration 269/276, Lift .495/.503 BBR 52mm throttle body 160* thermostat Hotchkis panhard rod bar Crane Gold Race Pro Series Rockers 11755-16 Rocker Arms, Stud Mount, Full Roller, Aluminum, 1.6 Ratio, Fits 7/16 in. Stud, 3 inch custom exhaust 373 gears H/P custom chip SSM Subframe Connectors welded Edlebrock Lower Trailing Arms Edlebrock Strut Tower Brace Koni rear shocks Power stop slotted rotors SSBC calipers Poly sway bar bushings and end links TDS Wonder bar New GM power window motors and pull down hatch motor Brand new black honeycomb GTA rims. Brand new tires New Fuel Pump GM ground deflector 12395557 $9,300 cash only

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 gta trans am 29 284 actual miles this car is gorgeous beautiful nice

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 gta trans am 29 284 actual miles this car is gorgeous beautiful nice

$12,800

Richmond, Indiana

Category -

Mileage 29284

Posted Over 1 Month

1987 TRANS AM - GTA -- 29,284 ACTUAL MILES - THIS CAR IS GORGEOUS INSIDE AND OUT - ONE BEAUTIFUL CAR -- THIS CAR HAS ALWAYS BEEN CARED FOR AND ALWAYS GARAGED - THE PAINT HAS A GREAT GLOSSY SHINE - LOOKS AMAZING ( SEE PICS ) THE INTERIOR STILL LOOKS LIKE NEW - THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT IS SUPER CLEAN, THE UNDERSIDE IS VERY NICE - THE WHEELS ARE IN GREAT CONDITION- THIS TRANS AM IS ONE OF THE PRETTIEST ONES I THINK I HAVE SEEN JUST AN OUTSTANDING CAR ALL POWER OPTIONS COLD A/C EVERYTHING WORKS, IT HAS A 350 ENGINE, AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DRIVES AND HANDLES GREAT - THIS IS A CAR TO SHOW OFF IN IT GETS THE ATTENTION ! THIS CAR IS AVAILABLE TO VIEW AND INSPECT ANYTIME BEFORE PURCHASE, - EVEN BRING YOUR MECHANIC - LIKE ALL OTHE CLASSIC CARS THIS CAR IS SOLD AS IS - NO WARRANTY ON NOTHING, THE PAPERWORK WILL BE RAN THROUGH A DEALER. THIS IS ONE NICE CAR !

Trim GTA

Pontiac : Trans Am 2 door coupe 87 transam 5 l v 8 fuel injected 5 speed factory ws 6 performancepkg

Pontiac : Trans Am 2 door coupe 87 transam 5 l v 8 fuel injected 5 speed factory ws 6 performancepkg

$11,900

Lebanon, Pennsylvania

Category -

Mileage 46124

Posted Over 1 Month

Affordable Classic Muscle Car. One owner, non smoker. Pristine dark red and silver 1987 Pontiac TransAm. Engine rumbles. Top condition. Garage kept. Timely maintenance. Runs perfectly. 46,123 miles. 5 liter engine, V8 fuel injected, standard 5-speed. Factory WS-6 Performance Package upgrade. Powerful. Clean CarFax. Available for local pick-up. Shipping arrangements can be made through uShip.com. Payment: Money Order, cashier's check (U.S. bank), or cash.

Trim 2 door coupe

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 pontiac gta trans am california blue plate survivor 79 k

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 pontiac gta trans am california blue plate survivor 79 k

$3,800

San Diego, California

Category -

Mileage 79977

Posted Over 1 Month

All original first year survivor 1987 Pontiac GTA Trans Am with 79k original miles since new. Completely original cosmetically including the original white paint. California blue plate clean title GTA. No rust at all not even a bubble, panels line up perfectly and the body is all original. No rust on the floors or frame either. It has the original TPI 5.0 V8 and automatic transmission. Loaded with all the options, including T-Tops. Starts right up and runs great. Stays cool and it does not seem to have any leaks. The steering is tight and the transmission shifts properly. The brakes work but it has been a few years since they were looked over. It has been stored here in southern California and driven very little as the odometer shows.The gauges work well. The power windows work but they are slow and should be serviced. Headlights work but the doors do not open on their own although they do make noise. It needs some TLC but it is an original first year GTA that you can drive as it sits. Clean title in hand. Located in San Diego, California close to seaworld. You are welcome to come see it in person. International buyers are accepted. I took many pictures and a video to show it running, click below to see them all. I have described it 100% honestly and if you have any questions feel free to email me or call/txt 619-7O1-87one6.

Trim GTA

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 trans am gta very clean has low miles runs and drives great

Pontiac : Trans Am GTA 1987 trans am gta very clean has low miles runs and drives great

$9,500

Wedowee, Alabama

Category -

Mileage 6000

Posted Over 1 Month

You are looking at a 1987 Trans am GTA That runs and drives great! There is minor cosmetic wear that can be seen in the pictures. The cars interior is good. the carpet is nice there is no tears in the carpet, the driver seat has a little wear from driving the car. There is 2 extra gauges in the car for oil and for temperature. The car has been wired custom and the radiator is aftermarket. There is about 6000 miles on the car and it drives smooth and fast. The motor is not original it is a NEW, not rebuilt, LT4 crate motor that came from a 1997 Chevrolet Grandsport. It has a nitrous hookup on it with a 100 shot tank that I have not used. The cosmetic wear is there is a crack in the spoiler on the back. that has been there since I have had the car. The other issue is flaking paint on the bottom of the front bumper. The pictures I have taken should show the damage. If you need more pictures email me so I can add more if I need to. The car is rare, clean and it is super fast! As far as pricing goes, 9500 is what Im asking. Pick up Only!! Cash Only! The car has been in a smoke free environment and has been kept clean. Thanks for looking! If you need to know anything, feel free to email! -Hunter Robinson

Trim GTA

Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 trans am gta rust free

Pontiac : Trans Am 1987 trans am gta rust free

$7,500

Oak Creek, Wisconsin

Category -

Mileage -

Posted Over 1 Month

1987 Pontiac Trans Am. This is a rare GTA model and the car is rust free. No rust underneath and the car has had no rust repair. It has trans am front fenders becasue the previous owner liked the look of the vents, which I think look good. Car was recently painted in the factory black and a 1991 GTA spoiler replaced the troublesome rubber rear spoilers these cars came with. Paint is decent, great driver quality, good for a local drive in show but its not perfect. Could use some more detailing but displays nice. Engine is the factory 350 TPI with an automatic 4 speed automatic overdrive trans. Car runs and shifts good, has plenty of power. Exhaust is aftermarket I believe magnaflow? Factory 4 wheel disc brakes and posi rear work good. Original and correct GTA wheels are nice. Headlight doors work as they should. Interior is very nice. Factoryfront bucket seats with adjustable boolsters have been recovered as has the headliner. Tilt wheel, factory gauges, rear hatch release and pull down, power windows and locks and power mirrors all work. (some may need minor adjustments) A/c and cruise control are present but do not work. Both door panels have a crack on the upper plastic which is common but when the doors are closed you dont see it. Dash pad is very nice. It has a small damage spot about the size of a dime which should be an easy repair. Aftermarket CD player and speakers play and sound good. Rest of the interior is in nice shape. I have the GTA emblems. The front bumper one is rough and should be replaced. The fender ones cannot be installed becasue the t/a fender vents sit where they would mount. The sail panel emblems are ok I just didnt install them. Was going to get a complete new set. Tires are decent. I would have no problem driving this car anywhere. Runs rides and drives very nice. That being said, it is still being sold as is and has no warrantly or guarantee at all. I am looking for a 77-78 Trans Am t-top body. MUST be clean. Might be willing to work something towards this car. Please ask questions before you bid. $500 deposit non refundable via paypal at auctions end, balance due within 10 days after auction in person only.

Pontiac : Trans Am Trans am 2 door 1987 pontiac trans am

Pontiac : Trans Am Trans am 2 door 1987 pontiac trans am

$6,000

Hagerstown, Maryland

Category -

Mileage 100000

Posted Over 1 Month

Nice Pontiac Trans Am in great condition! Garage kept and runs great! Trying to sell ASAP due to no room! Love this car but sadly it's gotta go! Runs great, nothing wrong with it! Chip kit upgrade, headliner redone, brand new tires, brand new brakes, all new shocks, tune up, oil changes every three thousand miles, new battery and belts! Any questions please contact me!

Trim Trans am 2 door

Pontiac : Firebird Trans Am GTA 12 k miles tpi 305 700 r 4 a c t tops recarro seats 4 whl pwr disks loaded

Pontiac : Firebird Trans Am GTA 12 k miles tpi 305 700 r 4 a c t tops recarro seats 4 whl pwr disks loaded

$16,900

Mesa, Arizona

Category Hatchback

Mileage 11600

Posted Over 1 Month

2nd Owner Of this Beautiful Low Milage GTA TRANS AM! Car was purchased in 2006 with only 8,000 miles, always stored indoors & covered. Perfect working condition 305 engine TPI4 speed automatic overdrive transmissionPower steeringPower trunk releaseCruise controlLimited slip differentialOriginal Tires & wheelsPerformance suspensionT-Top RoofRecarro seatsAM/FM cassette player ( Premium sound)Pwr MirrorsCold AC 134AOdometer shows 18,600 thats KH actual miles 11.600Clear clean title Contact me for more info Wilf @ 250-421-1484$500 deposit due when buy it now is used, with the balance due upon pick up of vehicle.Shipping arrangements are the responsibility of the buyer. Car is Located in Mesa AZ

Trim Trans Am Coupe 2 Door

Pontiac : Firebird Trans Am GTA 58 k mi l 98 tpi 350 700 r 4 a c loaded 4 whl pwr discs extremely clean nice

Pontiac : Firebird Trans Am GTA 58 k mi l 98 tpi 350 700 r 4 a c loaded 4 whl pwr discs extremely clean nice

$14,995

Charlotte, North Carolina

Category Hatchback

Mileage 58711

Posted Over 1 Month

THE NATION'S TOP CONSIGNMENT DEALER OF CLASSIC AND COLLECTIBLE CARS Got a classic car to sell? We can Sell it! Call us Today! 1987 Pontiac Firebird Stock #3230-CHA 1987 Pontiac Firebird for Sale Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] VEHICLESPECIFICATIONS ENGINE: 350 TPI BODY STYLE : Coupe TRANSMISSION: 4 Speed Automatic EXTERIOR COLOR: ODOMETER READING: 58711 INTERIOR COLOR : Gray VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS Factory Buildsheet, Maintenance Records, Original Bill of Sale, Original Warranty Card, Owner's Manual, Defrost, Numbers Matching, AM/FM Radio, Cassette Player, Air Conditioning, Cloth Interior, Heat, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Fuel Injection, Power Brakes, Power Locks, Power Steering, Power Windows, Rear Defogger, Seatbelts SELLER REMARKS You can probably bet the ultimate version of a famous sports car from a discontinued brand is going to be an expensive classic, right? Well this 1987 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am GTA is the rare kind of coupe that is available at an ultra affordable price...for now. The GTA was the pinnacle of Pontiac performance of the '80s. It could be optioned with an engine related to the Corvette, and it received the biggest tires, biggest brakes, and the best full body kit, including rear wing, to represent all-out performance. 1987 was the first year they offered the now-legendary GTA package, and less than 1,800 were built in white. This is arguably the best color on this coupe just because it makes the standard tinted windows, and tinted rear taillight panel look so bold. For a genuine classic that has past the 25-year-old mark, it also looks remarkably well preserved, with a respray of the original color, blemish-free ground-effects, and the original vented hood that always looks so aggressive. But when a GTA is at the car shows, you know everyone is focused on those cool factory crosslace gold wheels. Inside is everything you want from an original GTA. It starts with the new bucket seats that include electronic inflatable bolstering for extra comfort in all conditions. The driver gets the three-spoke steering wheel, with the proper GTA-specific badging. Beyond that are a full set of clear analogue gauges. Because this was the top-of-the-line car for Pontiac, this one is loaded. This includes power windows, power locks, power steering, cruise control, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. Everything is original and working right down to the cold-blowing air conditioning. There was one option everyone looks for in the GTA, and it's the Corvette-derived L98. This one was ordered with the upgrade direct from the Norwood, Ohio plant, and it still resides under the hood today. The fuel-injected V8 has been kept in original condition, and you know it has been well cared for, averaging less than 2,100 miles a year over its lifetime. GM's 700R4 four-speed automatic transmission was a good paring because its stout nature can handle the power and torque produced by the upgraded engine. Plus, it's quick shifting nature, and overdrive setup, made it versatile for everything from street to highway use. But besides the drivetrain, the GTA was the king of the streets because it received the WS6 suspension as standard. This is the package that kept the Trans Am on top of enthusiast lists through the 70s and 80s, and the GTAs were quiet about this big upgrade with only little indicators like on the centercap of the wheels. Speaking of the wheels, this one includes four-wheel disc brakes and grippy Yokohama tires for excellent performance. This first-year Trans Am GTA has always been treated with the classic status it deserves. That's why it comes with the factory buildsheet, original bill of sale, warranty card, owner's manual, and maintenance records. Hard to believe this full package is available for under $15K...You know it won't be this affordable, or available, forever. Call today!! 1987 Pontiac Firebird for Sale 1987 Pontiac Firebird for Sale Stock # 3230-CHA Charlotte Showroom 5400 West WT Harris Blvd Charlotte, NC 28269 Local/International: (704) 598-2130 Toll-Free: (866) 542-8392 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Atlanta Showroom 213 Thornton Rd Lithia Springs, GA 30122 Local/International: (678) 279-1609 Toll-Free: (877) 367-1835 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] Dallas/Fort Worth Showroom 5400 Sandshell Dr Fort Worth, TX 76137 Local/International: (817) 764-8000 Toll-Free: (855) 877-2707 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM CST Sat: 9AM - 5PM CST Email: [email protected] Tampa Showroom 4610 Pet Lane Lutz, FL 33559 Local/International: (813) 501-1630 Hours: Tues - Fri: 9AM - 6PM EST Sat: 9AM - 5PM EST Email: [email protected] TERMS OF SALE 1. Per the eBay User Agreement, by placing a bid you are entering into a legally binding contract and are committed to purchasing the vehicle described above. The details of this commitment are further outlined in the eBay User Agreement. 2. Vehicle may be sold by Streetside Classic Cars prior to the end of the auction. Streetside Classic Cars reserves the right to end its auctions early or to cancel bids solely at its discretion and shall not be held liable for any such cancellation. 3. The winning bidder is required to contact Streetside Classic Cars within 24 hours after the close of the auction to finalize the details of the transaction. 4. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit is required within 48 hours of the auction's close. This deposit reserves the vehicle and removes it from the market. Acceptable payment types for deposit are: credit card, wire transfer, cashier's check, and money order. 5. 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Trim Trans Am Coupe 2 Door

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Pontiac Firebird (third generation)

1981 by car model by Pontiac

Motor vehicle

Third-generation Pontiac Firebird
Pontiac-Firebird-Trans-Am-GTA.jpg

Pontiac Firebird GTA

ManufacturerGeneral Motors
Production1982–1992
AssemblyVan Nuys, California, USA
Norwood, Ohio, USA
DesignerJerry Palmer, Bill Porter[1][2]
ClassPony car
Muscle car
Body style3-door liftback
2-door convertible
LayoutFR layout
PlatformF-body
RelatedChevrolet Camaro (third generation)
Engine151 cu in (2.5 L) PontiacI4
173 cu in (2.8 L) "X"V6
191 cu in (3.1 L) "X" V6
231 cu in (3.8 L) Buick Turbo V6
305 cu in (5.0 L) ChevroletV8
350 cu in (5.7 L) Chevrolet V8
Transmission3-speed automaticTHM 200C
4-speed automaticTHM 700R4
4-speed manual
5-speed manualBorg Warner T5
Wheelbase101 in (2,565 mm)
Length1990–92 Firebird: 195.1 in (4,956 mm)
1990–92 Trans Am: 195.2 in (4,958 mm)
Pre-1988 Firebird: 190.5 in (4,839 mm)
Pre-1988 Trans Am: 191.8 in (4,872 mm)
Width72.4 in (1,839 mm)
Height49.7 in (1,262 mm)

The third generation Pontiac Firebird was introduced in late 1981 by Pontiac alongside its corporate cousin, the Chevrolet Camaro for the 1982 model year. These were also the first Firebirds with factory fuel injection, four-speed automatic transmissions, five-speed manual transmissions, four-cylinder engines, 16-inch wheels, and hatchback bodies.[3]

1982[edit]

The 3rd Generation of Firebirds consisted of three models: Firebird, Firebird S/E, and Firebird Trans Am. The Firebird was the base model, equivalent to the Camaro Sport Coupe; the Firebird S/E was the luxury version; and the Trans Am, the high-performance version. For 1982, the new Firebird and Camaro had been completely restyled, with the windshield slope set at a dramatic, more aerodynamic 62 degrees,[4] (about 3 degrees steeper than anything GM had ever tried before), flush mounted side glass, and for the first time, a large, glass-dominated rear hatchback. Electronically controlled retractable headlamps, and a rounded hoodline and front fenders were the primary characteristics that distinguished the Firebird from its Camaro sibling and its previous Firebird incarnations. The Firebird would retain hidden headlamps until the end of all production in 2002. Pontiac had also hoped to drop the "Trans Am" moniker from the redesigned cars to save royalties paid to the SCCA for use of the name. Early promotional cars were marked "T/A" as an alternative, however it was decided that doing so might cause more problems than it was worth and the "Trans Am" nameplate remained. Still, with its dimensions reduced, wheelbase shortened, and weight reduced, the Third Generation Firebird was also the closest yet in size to the original 1967 model. It won "Best Sports GT" category in the $11,000 to $14,000 range (also along with the Camaro). Road & Track called the fuel-injected Trans Am "a dramatic improvement on its predecessors," accelerating from 0–60 in 9.2 seconds.[5]

The new Firebird shrank to a 101-inch wheelbase, losing more than 8 inches in overall length, measured about an inch narrower, and weighed nearly 500 lb (227 kg) less than its 1981 predecessor. It also was the most aerodynamic production Firebird to date with a drag coefficient of 0.33. The new Trans Am took things a bit further, with a coefficient of .32.[6] The Trans Am body would continue to improve aerodynamically over the years, and by 1985 would be the most aerodynamic vehicle to ever be released from General Motors with a 0.29 coefficient of drag. Wind tunnels were used to form the 3rd Gen F-Body's shape, and these aerodynamic developments were fully taken advantage of by Pontiac's design team. The sleek new car had a low slung front end which featured split grilles. They fed some air to the radiator but most of the air came from an air dam underneath the front bumper. Every piece of the car was designed to reduce drag. The newly designed side view mirror housings, made of light alloy metal, were almost cone shaped, with the point facing the wind. The windshield wipers were hidden under the hood with the air intake for the climate control system. It made for a smooth flow of air over the windshield. The retractable headlamps popped up from the leading edge of the hood. The cars tended to outlive the plastic gears for the headlight doors, and since the dealers charged several hundred dollars for the repair, it was common to see Firebirds driving around with one or both headlights stuck open during the day. Smooth wheelcovers were available on the Trans Am, attached to turbine finned alloy wheels. A frameless, flush mounted, compound curved rear glass hatchback decklid provided 30.9 cu ft (0.87 m3). of cargo space with the rear seats folded, and an optional wiper.[7] It provided no disturbance to the airflow over the back of the car. All of these features combined to provide a low coefficient of drag. The front end of the vehicle featured 10.5-inch-diameter (270 mm) power disc brakes and were now made standard on all Firebird models. Taking styling cues from the 1981 design, the new car had full width tail lights, complete with a Firebird emblem in the center. The all-new suspension design was more advanced and aggressive than anything Detroit had offered previously, easily rivaling the Corvette's handling abilities, (but not its sophistication). The front suspension utilized MacPherson struts, with inboard mounted coil springs and lower front control arms. In the rear, coil springs and shocks were positioned between the body and solid rear axle, with twin rear lower control arms/trailing links and a torsion bar, replacing the old-fashioned leaf springs design used previously in the 2nd Gens. A huge torque arm was mounted from the transmissions tailshaft to the rear axle center to further stabilize the axle's tendency to twist.

The interior now featured aircraft inspired details and gauges, using both fake and real Torx head screws that fastened the dash and console trim panels. Optional Recaro seats were offered. The 1981, non-Formula 3 spoke steering wheel was reused and featured a Firebird logo mounted in the center of the horn pad, with optional leather grip. Many power options could be had. Special Viscount "PMD" bucket seats were optional, featuring a small opening in the headrest and a PMD logo in the center of the backrest. Leather seats were also available on both the standard seats and Viscount "PMD" seats. A standard locking rear glovebox was mounted on the rear driver"s side of the cargo area and a mini spare tire was hidden behind the opposite panel on the passenger side. A lockable cargo door on the rear floor area and a retractable cargo area privacy shade were also available as options on all Firebirds.

The Firebird lineup was available with several engines:

  1. The standard fuel-injected 90 hp 2.5L 4-cylinder Pontiac "Iron Duke": This marked the first time a 4-cylinder engine was offered in the Firebird and was the last true Pontiac engine to be offered in the Firebird. This engine was only offered for the first few years of the generation. It provided almost the same power as the V6, but when coupled with the 5-speed manual transmission, provided between 31 and 34 miles per gallon on the highway, depending on the year.[8]
  2. There was a carbureted 102 hp 2.8L V6.
  3. The LG4 5.0L: Utilizing GM's improved "Computer Command Control" system, the computer assisted E4ME carburetor, and computer controlled distributor, this Chevy 305ci produced 145 hp and 240Lbs.Ft. of torque.
  4. The LU5 5.0L: The new high-performance "Crossfire Fuel Injection" 5.0L V8, which employed a twin throttle body fuel injection system similar to that used in the 1982 Corvette's "Crossfire" 5.7L, and produced 165 hp.

The Firebird came standard with 14-inch steel wheels, with several wheel options available unique to the base model. 14-inch turbo cast aluminum wheels were standard on the S/E and Trans Am models and featured smooth plastic hubcaps with a Pontiac "Arrowhead" in the center. The WS6 performance package option, available on the S/E and Trans Am, included 4-wheel disc brakes, P215/65R15 Goodyear Eagle GT radials with 15-inch cast aluminum wheels, stiffer springs, thicker 32 mm front & 21 mm rear sway bars, a 12.7:1 quick-ratio steering box, and limited slip rear differential. Also available was the WS7 option, which was the same as RPO WS6, but utilized rear drum brake. This option was created due to a shortage of rear disc brake components.[9]

The Firebird S/E was Pontiac's attempt to lure buyers interested in more luxury features; it could be had with the basic fuel saving "Iron Duke" I-4 drivetrain, but offered more options. Even the Trans Am's WS6 suspension was available on the S/E. It was delineated from the base Firebird model by "S/E" script on the sail panels, in place of the standard Firebird decals, and the Trans Am's dark tinted tail lights. The interior featured color-coded plastics to match the exterior/interior paint scheme. On S/E models equipped with the 14-inch or 15-inch "Turbocast" rims, with "Bowling Ball" hubcaps were color-coded to match the car's exterior paint.

The Trans Am came standard with a new incarnation of its traditional "Air Extractors" on the fenders. A dark-tinted version of the base Firebird's tail lights were fitted to the rear of the car and also featured a Silver or Gold "Phoenix" between them. Rubber "Mini-Spats" (stone deflectors) were mounted just before the front and rear wheels, and were toned down from the 70's design used on the earlier 2nd Gen Trans Am. Styled loosely after the earlier '80/'81 Turbo Trans Am, an optional "Turbo Bulge" hood was available on the Trans Am. Plans had originally been made to use a refined version of Pontiac's Turbo 4.9L engine. It was scrapped at the last minute, leaving many to speculate as to what could have been, had the engine been allowed to survive like its turbocharged companion, the Buick Turbo 3.8L V6. Despite this, the Turbo Bulge hood remained on the option list; on the Crossfire V-8, it was made functional, and even a lightweight aluminum version of this hood, "RPO T45", was available on the option list. It was a curved piece of pressed steel, and would be used in later years as the centerpiece of the Formula option. A new, smaller "Phoenix" was placed upon the Turbo Bulge hood or on the nose of flat hood equipped T/A's. The Trans Am came standard with one of the two 305 Chevy V8s. The well worn Borg-Warner four-speed manual transmission came mated only to the weak 145 bhp LG4 305ci, while the Crossfire-injected LU5 305ci rated at 165 hp came with the TH-200c automatic 3-speed transmission.

A black Pontiac Firebird Trans Am built to mimic KITTfrom the TV series Knight Rider.

The new version of the Trans Am Pontiac's "RPO Y84" Black and Gold Trans Am S/E, made famous by Burt Reynolds and Jackie Gleason in 1977's "Smokey and the Bandit", carried on into 1982 as the limited edition "Recaro T/A". The package added about 25% to the price of a Trans Am. Standard with a host of options, some features included charcoal Parella cloth Recaro seats, t-tops, a black exterior with gold trim, and black "Bowling Ball" hubcaps with special Gold Pontiac Arrowhead emblems on its center, mounted on gold-painted 15-inch aluminum wheels.

Another Special Trans Am also returned: the Daytona 500 Pace Car Edition. These models are quite rare, and much is still unknown about how many were built or how they were optioned. All were bright red, with special NASCAR decals, similar to both the 1981 Daytona Pace Car and the 1983 Daytona Pace Car. 15" Aero Rims adorned with Black Bowling Ball hubcaps and a WS6 suspension. All had a black interior; it is not known if they included black Recaro seats. As it was Pontiac's debut of the still-fresh 3rd Generation 1982 Trans Am, it is possible that they would have been optioned with many of Pontiac's best amenities; however few are known to still exist at this time. Therefore, it is hard to ascertain what options they actually came with. These cars are featured in 1982 Daytona 500 race footage and in various advertisements.

A modified 1982 third generation black Firebird Trans Am was designed and cast for the NBC made for television series Knight Rider (1982-1986) as the Knight Industries Two Thousand or KITT, and voiced by William Daniels. It also served as an evil doppelganger called the Knight Automated Roving Robot or KARR, voiced by Peter Cullen, and later by Paul Frees. For the reunion movie Knight Rider 2000, KITT underwent a makeover and became the "Knight Industries 4000," a vehicle resembling the Pontiac Banshee concept car, but it was actually built using a Dodge Stealth and not a Firebird Trans Am.[10]

1983[edit]

The Firebird remained basically unchanged from the previous model year. All automatic transmission Firebirds now received a T-handle shifter knob, and the shift indicator changed for the Automatic Overdrive 700-R4. Midyear, the L69 high output 305 was introduced. This carbureted 190 hp V8 was virtually identical to the L69 engine in the Camaro Z28, but used a different air cleaner assembly (instead of the Camaro's dual-snorkel air cleaner, the Trans Am received yet another functional cold air intake, designed to utilize the bulged hood).

The S/E Firebirds remained primarily the same outside of some color changes from the 1982 model year.

The RPO "Y84" Recaro Edition Trans Am or "Recaro T/A", was revised for 1983. It was now built to the owner's tastes, including many more, or less options, and RPO "Y81" returned as the Recaro Edition Trans Am S/E without T-Tops. The LG4 was standard as was the WS6 package. The exterior remained virtually the same, except now the Firebird logo decals on the sail panels were replaced with Gold-plated Black and Gold Firebird Logo Medallions. The interior now featured Tan leather Recaro seats, carpeting, side panels, and the headliner.

In its second year, the third generation Trans Am was again selected as the Daytona 500Pace Car, and Pontiac offered a total of 2,500 Daytona Pace Car replicas through their dealerships. The exterior was painted with a two-tone white/charcoal paint scheme, "Official Pace Car" decals on the doors, "NASCAR" decals on the rear quarter panels, and "PONTIAC" decals on the front windshield and rear glass. Decorating the front fenders just above the "TRANS AM" script were "25th ANNIVERSARY DAYTONA 500" emblems. A new graphic adorned the power bulge of the pace car's hood, and these limited-edition cars were the first to feature a special RPO W62, full-body ground-effects package that extended around the entire car and molded plastic panels. "TRANS AM" script appeared on the right-hand panel, in place of the standard Firebird nose grilles. Two different set of wheels were offered: 1) 15-inch "AERO" wheels with White "Bowling Ball" hub caps, or 2) silver-finned wheels. The interior featured red gauge lighting, leather clad steering wheel, shifter knob, and brake handle, a special dash plaque, "Daytona 500" floor-mats, and two-tone grey leather/suede Recaro seats. 1,980 of these pace cars came with the LU5 Crossfire-injected 305 mated to the new 700R4 4-speed overdrive automatic; 520 had the carbureted LG4 305, mated to the T-5 Borg-Warner 5-speed manual.

1984[edit]

Total production for Firebird models increased to 128,304 units, making this the best-selling year of the 3rd Generation Firebird.

The Firebird's interior options and design remained virtually unchanged for 1984, the only exceptions being a slightly revised dashpad, with screwed-in speaker grilles, an optional driver's knee pad bolster on the left side of the center console for manual cars, the T-tops were also redesigned to use a pin-mounting arrangement, rather than the earlier latch-based setup, and a new 1 piece horncap embossed with the Firebird logo replaced the earlier medallion version. Base model Firebird production increased to 62,621 units.

The S/E Firebirds also remained virtually unchanged as well, with 10,309 units built.

The Trans Am's basic layout was very similar to the earlier 1983 Trans Am, except they were now available with the optional RPO W62 ground effects package, previously used on the 1983 Daytona Pace Car Edition. Another new for 1984 option was the "High-Tech" 15-inch, 20-slot, concave aluminum wheels, painted Gold or Silver, with Black plastic centercaps containing a Gold or Silver Firebird logo. The only drivetrain changes made for the 1984 model year were the deletion of the Trans Am only EFI Crossfire 305, a hydraulic clutch was now used on the T-5 Borg-Warner 5-speed transmission, and on L69 equipped cars, a lightweight flywheel and an aluminum belhousing were employed. L69 equipped Trans Ams also received an 8000 RPM tachometer, an 80 PSI oil pressure gauge, a high output single electric fan, a functional cold-air induction hood, a higher output mechanical fuel pump, and a secondary electric fuel pump to help prevent vapor lock. Trans Am production increased to 55,374 units.

The RPO "Y84" & "Y81" Recaro Edition Trans Am S/E's were slightly revised. The H.O 305 L69 engine was now the only available engine. The exterior still featured a Black painted body, but gone was the Gold paint on the lower half of the body. All now featured Black painted, RPO W62 Aero package ground effects, the special "RECARO T/A" door handle inserts, the 1983 style Gold-plated Black and Gold Firebird Medallions on the sail panels, Gold painted High Tech 15-inch rims with a Black plastic center cap and Gold Firebird logo, WS6 package, functional cold air induction "Turbo Hood", with a Gold "fade" decal and Gold "5.0 Liter H.O." script on the turbo hood's bulge, Gold "TRANS AM" decals on the fenders and right side of the rear bumper, a special 3-row Gold pinstripe that wrapped around 98% of the lower area of the car, extending up, around the wheelwells, (similar to the 2nd Generaration Y84 S/E Trans Am's pinstripes). The interior still featured its namesake Tan leather Recaro seats. Sadly, this was to be the swan song year for Pontiac's storied Black and Gold RPO "Y84" Trans Am S/E's... a mere 1321 Recaro T/A's were produced.

For the 15th Anniversary of the Trans Am, Pontiac released a stunning, White and Blue Trans Am, following in the original 1969 Trams Am's striking color scheme for $3499 over the base $10,699, and limited to just 1500 units. It also only utilized the H.O. 305 L69, with 1000 automatics and only 500 with the T-5 Borg-Warner 5-speed. The exterior featured a White painted body, T-tops, White painted RPO W62 ground effects, special Blue "TRANS AM" decals on the lower rear half of the doors, Blue pinstripes similar to the Recaro T/A except they extend around the entire body, special Blue and White 15th ANNIVERSARY medallions on the sail panels, a functional cold air induction "Turbo Hood", with a Blue "fade" decal and Blue "5.0 Liter H.O." script on the turbo hood's bulge. The Black tinted Trans Am tail lights featured White paint on the horizontal bars, and a stunning Blue on White Firebird logo on the tail light center panel. Another special item featured only on the 15th Anniversary cars was the all new "Aero-Tech" 16-inch convex aluminum wheels, (front/rear specific). They wheels were painted White, with Blue pinstripes around the clear coated polished lip's outer perimeter, and were shod with Goodyear P245/50/VR16 "Gatorback" uni-directional tires (the new wheel/tire combo was very similar to the Corvette's P255/50/VR16 arrangement), marking the first appearance of 16 by 8-inch wheels on any F-body and a first for Pontiac. The WS6 package was standard with a 15th Anniversary Only 25 mm rear sway bar, (as opposed to the ordinary WS6's 23 mm bar). Interior features included: Off-White leather with grey cloth inserts Recaro seats with repeating "TRANS AM' script on the center portions, a special Off-White Leather-wrapped steering wheel with a special Blue and White 15th medallion inset in an Off-White Horn Button, Off-White leather shifter knob and parking brake handle, and Off-White pass-side map pocket w/ a Blue Firebird logo and Blue "TRANS AM" script.

1985[edit]

1985 Firebird Trans Am: Pontiac would use this 15-inch "High Tech" aluminum wheel pattern until 1992.
1985's benchmark makeover: restyled nose with integrated fog lights, functional hood "nostrils" and rear edge vents to vent unwanted engine heat out of the engine bay

All Firebird models underwent redevelopment to boost sales as a number of power train improvements were introduced. The Firebird received a restyled nose with Black wrap-around inserts known as "bumperettes" to replace the grille inserts; wrap-around "bumperettes" were also added to the rear bumper. The tail lights remained unchanged from the previous "louvered" style design. The carbureted V6 was replaced with a new, multi-port fuel-injected 2.8L V6 making 135 hp. The interior evolved with a new dash design containing redesigned gauges that used a graph-patterned background, a slightly refined dashpad, new T-handle shifter for automatics; a padded and more ergonomic center console design, updated stereo and HVAC faceplates, and an optional version of the previous year's more ergonomic 15th Anniversary's steering wheel.

The Firebird S/E underwent some changes as well. It too used the new for '85 nose and rear bumper, but it now included some new items to set it apart. It received a new special hood, similar to the new Trans Am hood except with only the front vents, the new Trans Am tail light design, color-coded Firebird logo medallions on the sail panels, (similar to the '83/'84 Recaro version), and a color-coded rear Firebird logo on the center section of the tail lights. Cloth Recaro seats were also now available.

The Recaro T/A was no longer available, but cloth Recaro seats were optional on the Trans Am.

The Trans Am also underwent changes. The LG4 & L69 continued on, but a new fuel-injected 305ci was now available in the Trans Am. The LB9 Tuned Port Injection (TPI) 305 was released, using a tuned runner design. The LB9 produced 210 hp, which brought it suitable attention from buyers despite being unavailable with a manual transmission. The "Turbo Bulge" hood was discontinued in favor of a new flat hood with twin louvered vents or "nostrils" that were functional, with heat exhaust vents on the rear edges. The Trans Am also received a restyled nose, integral fog lights, and newly redesigned ground effects. It utilized new "low density" taillight lenses with a grid-style pattern rather than the "louvered" pattern in use since 1981. The Trans Am came standard with the "High Tech" 15-inch concave aluminum wheels from the previous year, but it was also now available with the a version of the 15th Anniversary's WS6 suspension and its "Aero Tech" 16-inch aluminum wheels, but in finished Natural Silver. A Borg-Warner 9-bolt differential was made available for the first time, and was said to be stronger than the standard corporate 10 bolt axle. Further attempts to put the Trans Am into higher regard included overhead console from the Camaro lineup, which included several manually adjusted reminder wheels, a positionable map light, a removable flashlight with "FIREBIRD" script, and a small pocket for a garage door opener or sunglasses. The standard rear spoiler from previous years was still standard, but an optional wrap-around "Aero Spoiler" was now available in black and gave the car a new more modern look, (it is unique for 1985 & 1986 as it had a texture). The Trans Am drag coefficient was measured at 0.32 but was as low as 0.29 with the standard Aero wheels instead of the High-Tech turbo aluminum wheels. At the time, it was the most aerodynamically efficient car GM ever produced.

1986[edit]

All Firebirds received center, high-mounted stop lamps to comply with Federal legislation; these were placed on top of the back hatch window. All cars received restyled, more modern instrument gauges. New tail light lenses were now introduced on the base Firebird, completing the replacement of the "slit" or "louvered" taillight lenses that had been a Firebird signature since 1967. The 2.5L 4-cylinder engine was dropped, replaced by the multi-port fuel-injected 2.8L V6 as the standard engine. The Firebird S/E model was discontinued at the end of the year. The rubber–vinyl wrap-around rear wing became standard on Trans Am (available only in black; as these wings aged, these and those offered on subsequent model-year vehicles would suffer from cracking and splitting problems), the Wing spoiler was a credit option on the Trans Am, and mandatory if the louvered rear window was ordered. Midyear, Pontiac introduced a new light-weight, cross-lace wheel, available for the Trans Am.

Only 26 Trans Ams with the 305 H.O L69 were built in 1986; it was discontinued because of fuel vapor lock (boiling) problems. Some sources indicate the 305 TPI engine output was decreased from 210 hp to 190 hp caused by switching to a less aggressive camshaft profile, while others maintain it stayed at 210 hp. Paint RPO's were changed to reflect the new base-coat/clear-coat paint process. American Sunroof (ASC), licensed by Chevrolet to build the 1987 Camaro convertible, also built three 1986 Trans Am convertibles as a "design exercise".

In spite of rumors, there were no 350 TPI L98 cars made in 1986 according to Pontiac.

1987[edit]

The Firebird body remained basically unchanged. All center, high-mounted stop lamps were relocated to a new position between the spoiler and the rear deck lid, and the large Firebird hood emblem disappeared forever. All V8s now received factory roller camshafts, and faced with consumer demands for more power, GM officially released the new 5.7L with tuned port fuel injection. Available only with an automatic transmission, it produced 215 hp and takes the top performance seat from the 5.0L TPI which was rated at 205HP. The 5.0L TPI, however, was available with a 5-speed manual transmission and, in fact, was quicker than the 5.7L TPI coupled with the automatic transmission. L69 production was stopped, leaving the LG4 as the only remaining carbureted V8 used in the F-body. Trans Am GTA (Gran Turismo Americano) was introduced, available with the LB9 305 TPI engine (which was returned to 205 hp) or the L98 350 TPI. Gold 16-inch, flat-mesh, diamond-spoke wheels were standard on GTA, with 16-inch, 20-slot wheels standard on Trans Am.

Firebird Formula was re-introduced, available with a choice of V8s (LG4, LB9 305 TPI, or L98 350 TPI), 16-inch convex wheels, and the earlier Trans Am "Turbo Bulge" hood. The wrap-around wing was now made of fiberglass to reduce weight and became standard on Trans Am and Formula; the regular, flat-surfaced spoiler from earlier Trans Am models was now made standard on Firebird. Trans Am and Formula were also offered with an optional 140 mph speedometer.

WS6 was standard equipment on the Formula and GTA from 1987 to 1992, and optional on the Trans Am. WS6 from 1987 thru 1992 included 36 mm front sway bars, 24 mm rear sway bars, quick ratio steering box, gas filled struts and 16" Wheels with 245/50R16 Tires. Later WS6 cars used ZR rated tires.

The Trans Am GTA was Pontiac's pride and joy with a standard 5.7L 350 Tuned Port Injection (TPI). Many people like to say, incorrectly, that the engine itself was pulled directly out of the C4 Corvette, which itself began using the engine in 1985, but the heads on the Corvette were aluminum whereas the Firebird heads were cast Iron, although it did give the GTA performance numbers comparable to GM's flagship performance platform from whence it came. The GTA came with a standard TH-700R4 (4L60) automatic transmission, A/C, new seats with inflatable lumbar and side bolsters, special door panels, epoxy-filled emblems, body-colored ground effects, a special GTA horn button, and the WS6 performance handling package. All of these options were packaged into the Trans Am under the RPO code Y84, and the model was produced until the end of Third Generation F-body production in 1992.

Dealerships could finally order a Firebird Convertible from a recognized coach builder that was already converting other GM products (though more than a dozen other companies had been converting F-bodies into convertibles since 1982 for Pontiac & Chevrolet dealers). ASC (American Sunroof Company, Later "American Specialty Cars") (of ASC McLaren fame) offered Pontiac Dealerships a Firebird/Formula/Trans Am/GTA convertible. ASC was contracted to convert all of the official Camaro Convertibles from 1987 to 1992. However, due to fuel economy restrictions mandated by the EPA, a convertible Firebird would have been assessed a $1200 Gas Guzzler Tax because the LB9 & L98 when paired with a Trans Am or GTA would have been lower than 22.5 average MPG. For this reason, Pontiac did not directly offer a convertible through dealers like the Camaro. However, these were not an official Pontiac offering, they are considered coach convertibles. The conversion of the Firebird was identical to the "factory" Camaros of the same model year. The exception was the obvious cosmetic changes, the rear quarter caps, spoiler (which was a base model spoiler cut off) and the high mount 3rd brake light were Firebird convertible specific.

To order a Firebird Convertible, the dealership would order a T-top Firebird and have it drop shipped to ASC, One Sunroof Center, Southgate, MI 48195 for the conversion alongside "Factory" Camaros. Once complete, ASC would ship the now Firebird convertible to the participating dealership for delivery. This remained the procedure for dealerships through the 1989 model year. According to ASC, they did not convert any Firebirds for the 1990 model year. As popularity increased and car became lighter & more aerodynamic for the 1991 model year, the process was simplified as Pontiac offered a convertible through normal dealer ordering channels via RPO's. A Total of 173 Firebird Convertibles were reported by ASC for 1987.

1988[edit]

1988 Trans Am GTA Notchback

The Firebird remained basically unchanged. The 170 hp LG4 carbureted 5.0L V8 was dropped in favor of the new 170 hp L03 5.0L V8 with throttle body injection. All V8 engines received serpentine belt systems and the A/C compressors were moved to the passenger's side of the engine, de-cluttering the engine compartment. The Firebird Formula received new high tech 16x8-inch aluminum wheels with distinctive silver "WS6" center caps. The GTA wheels were slightly restyled, and the convex 16-inch wheels were dropped as all Trans Ams received the 16x8" diamond-spoke aluminum wheels, available in different colors (white, red, charcoal, and black) in addition to the GTA's gold. The GTA received a new steering wheel with integral radio controls. The Trans Am was made available with body-colored ground effects like those on the GTA.

1988 Trans Am GTA equipped with a 305 TPI V8, and rare 5-speed manual transmission.

The optional convertible model also carried over, and now optional on the GTA was a new "notchback" hatch: rather than the large, glass hatchback that had been common to the Third Generation Firebird, the optional notchback consisted of a fiberglass trunk lid with a small, flat, vertical glass window. The notchback also incorporated redesigned rear seatbacks with integral headrests. The notchback became popular with onlookers, who often assumed the notchback-equipped GTA was a Ferrari, thereby encouraging some owners of the type to dub their GTA the "Ferrari Back." Many Trans Am owners were unaware that the $800 notchback option was even available, and for those who were, the vehicle typically had to be ordered from the factory, on a six-month waiting list, as the notchback was retrofitted to the vehicle. In rare instances, a dealership would get a notchback-equipped GTA on their lot. Another reason for the relative obscurity of the notchback is that the sales information was not very well disseminated to Pontiac salespeople, so many of them had no idea it was available as an option. As attractive as the notchback was, GTA owners were constantly plagued with structural and cosmetic issues with the design. The fiberglass would blister, causing surface bubbles resembling a bad case of acne. The Pontiac repair solutions were simply to sand the notchback down and repaint it, but the problem would always return, and GTA owners could expect multiple trips in order to achieve a final repair of the problem, or to have a new notchback installed. The notchback was intended to carry over and be standard-issue on the 1989 20th Anniversary GTA, but the plan never materialized; the aforementioned quality control issues apparently caused GM not to carry it over to the next year..

ASC continued to offer a Convertible for dealerships in 1988. A total of 104 Firebird Convertibles are reported from ASC for Pontiac Dealerships.

Trans Am GTA production figures US:9765 Canadian:1261

1989[edit]

1989 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Am Convertible (TTA)Oddly, Pontiac Motor Division had this first TTA convertible built on spec by influencing a Pontiac dealer to order it.[11]Two were reportedly built, one with Leather, one with cloth.

1989 was the biggest year for Pontiac with respect to press coverage, promotions, and performance. It was not well known at the time, but in 1989, Pontiac produced the quickest[12] and fastest[13] American production car. The "Excitement Division" was also asked to provide a car to pace the 73rd running of the Indianapolis 500; sadly, it would be the final time a Pontiac would ever receive that honor. The Trans Am model was now 20 years old, and it was time for another anniversary edition, with this special 20th Anniversary Trans Am to be based on the existing Trans Am GTA. Through a unique partnership between Pontiac and an engineering firm called Prototype Automotive Services (PAS), the Trans Am GTA was equipped with a more powerful version of the turbocharged Buick 3.8L V6, originally developed for the Buick Regal Grand National, and the Turbo Trans Am (TTA) became the vehicle Pontiac supplied to pace the Indianapolis 500. Ultimately, 1,555 TTA replicas, rated at 250 hp, were produced for sale, five of those being test cars. But after Car and Driver magazine tested the car, logging a 0–60 mph run in 4.6 seconds, a standing quarter-mile in 13.4 seconds at 101 mph, and a top speed of 153 MPH, they called the 250 hp rating "exceedingly modest," estimating the actual output to be "closer to 300 hp." They also subsequently reported that it was the "quickest 0–60 sprinter available in any US production-car showroom – at any price."[12] The Car and Driver evaluation produced the best acceleration performance of any mainstream publication to test a regular TTA press car from the Pontiac fleet, partly because Car and Driver realized that the turbo boost must be "preloaded" to get maximum performance figures. But short-distance sprinting was not all this car could do well. Early in 1989, Motor Trend ran their top speed test article "Flat-out Fastest American Cars II-the Sequel." During this test, the TTA did 162 mph, and was the fastest production car evaluated in the test. However, Motor Trend declared the winner to be a 1989 Corvette ZR-1, which went much faster, but was not a production car (it was a prototype that Chevrolet intended to release for production in 1989, but did not come out until 1990).[14] So by a slight technicality, the TTA could be called the flat-out quickest (0–60 4.6 sec.) and fastest (162 mph) American production car in 1989. When PAS installed a ZF 6-speed manual transmission into one of their modified High Output test cars (featuring different axle gearing, a modified engine with upgraded pistons and head gaskets which was tuned for much higher boost than stock, and running on 100-octane racing fuel), they were able to reach 181 mph.[15] Perhaps more importantly than the performance tests provided by the industry magazines was the fact that these cars were capable of much faster acceleration times – with minimal modifications. In fact, with $300 in new parts installed, 12.5-second quarter-mile runs were achievable – without manually shifting gears or the need to trailer the vehicle to the track! Because of this, the TTA has gained a cult following among amateur racing enthusiasts.

Pontiac sub-contracted the job of engineering the TTA engine modifications to PAS. The narrow engine bay of the Trans Am required the use of different cylinder heads, which happened to have better flow characteristics than the old Buick heads. Special stainless steel headers were made specifically for the project as well. The heads, headers, along with more refined tuning of the boost and fuel curves, all added up to a more powerful package than the older Buicks. PAS was also in charge of testing and assembling the engines. Most TTA's came with T-tops and leather interior, but there were also hardtops and cloth-interior cars. And every TTA had an automatic transmission – the TH200-4R, equipped with overdrive and a torque converter clutch. The three actual pace cars were randomly selected from the production run, and sent to Indianapolis to pace the race. Thus, the pace car replicas were closer to the actual pace cars than any replica previously offered; the only difference between the replicas and the three actual pace cars was the addition of strobe lights and safety equipment to the latter. In addition, the TTA was relatively economical to drive; it returned 24 mpg on the highway, while the only cars (besides the LotusEsprit Turbo SE) that could approach its performance at the time (Ferraris, Lamborghinis, etc.) were far more costly, and providing only around 10 to 12 mpg. As has been proven to be the case in subsequent years, relying on a small engine for cruising, and a turbocharger for power, provides an exciting driving experience while returning impressive fuel mileage.

The rarest 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Ams are the hardtops and convertibles. Only 40 hardtops were made. Only three convertible TTA's were built by ASC,[16][17] one of which was bought by the president of PAS, with the other two falling into private hands. Only two are generally known to exist, however, as the ASC order log shows records for only two TTA convertibles.[18] The five test TTA's, because they were for pre-production use, were pulled off of the assembly line without regard to color, and therefore were not necessarily white. At least two of these test cars were sold to private individuals, so there are at least two extremely rare, non-white, factory TTA's in existence; in fact, one is known to be red.

As for the rest of the Firebird line, GM made a new dual catalytic converter exhaust system (RPO code N10) available, freeing up 13% more power from some LB9- and L98-equipped Formulas and Trans Ams; so equipped, LB9 engine output was increased to 225 hp while the L98 increased to 235 hp. The N10 option remained available throughout the balance of the Third Generation production run, however the L98 powerplant was only available with an automatic transmission, whereas the LB9/N10 combination could only be coupled to a 5-speed manual (RPO code MM5) and a limited-slip differential (RPO code G80) using a 3.45 performance axle ratio (RPO code GM3). According to a March 1990 (Vol. 35, No. 9) Car and Driver article, when the latter set of options were combined into the relatively unassuming (and 300-pounds-lighter) Formula body, which shared the same WS6 suspension with the top-end Trans Am GTA, it created a "sleeper" Firebird that could out-perform the heavier Trans Am GTA (even when equipped with the L98 engine) – at a roughly 30% lower sticker price. Car and Driver also reported that (aside from the TTA, offered only in 1989) these "sleeper" Formulas were the fastest Third-Generation Firebirds – capable of accelerating from 0–60 mph in under 7 seconds and boasting a top speed of more than 135 mph (217 km/h) (quite impressive for the day). Although not an exhaustive comparison, these claims would seem to be supported by a simple examination of the weight-to-power ratios of both models: a 225 hp Formula at a curb weight of 3,300 lb (1,497 kg) versus a 235 hp Trans Am GTA at a curb weight of 3,600 lb (1,633 kg); the weight-to-power ratio for the Formula is 14.67 lb/hp compared to 15.32 lb/hp for the Trans Am GTA. According to the same Car and Driver article, very few of these "sleeper" Formulas hit the streets; only about 50 were built each model year, as almost all LB9-equipped Formulas came with an automatic transmission – which disqualified them from receiving the high-performance N10 and GM3 options.

Firebirds optioned with T-tops received new acrylic plastic tops made by Leximar for GM. The new tops were lighter in weight and tinted darker, but were more dome shaped and aged rapidly. GM replaced many sets with tops made of glass under warranty, but the acrylic tops continued as standard-issue through 1992. All Firebirds optioned with rear disc brakes now received PBR brake calipers and larger brake rotors, which resolved issues encountered with previous-model rear discs and increased stopping power. Introduction of GM's Vehicle Anti Theft System (VATS) or PASS-Key made all Firebirds more theft-resistant. The system was adapted from GM's higher-end Corvette and Cadillac vehicles in response to an escalating trend among car thieves to target the Camaro and Firebird. VATS incorporated a small resistor into the ignition key shaft which was read by a sensor when the key was inserted. VATS-equipped cars also displayed anti-theft system warning decals in the lower rear corners of the side windows. A new CD player was offered, shoulder belts were added in the back seat, and the convertible model carried over.

1989 20th Anniversary Turbo Trans Am (TTA)

TTA production figures:

  • 1,323 T-Top & Leather Interior
  • 187 T-Top & Cloth Interior
  • 24 Hardtop & Leather Interior
  • 15 Hardtop & Cloth Interior (Base)
  • 3 Test Cars / T-Top & Cloth Interior
  • 1 ASC Convertible Leather int
  • 1 Test Car / ASC Convertible Cloth int
  • 1 Test Car / Hardtop & Leather Interior

ASC continued to make Convertibles for Pontiac dealerships. A total of 330 Convertibles were reported by ASC. A portion of those were 350 powered Convertibles. NOTE: 1989 was the First year a US Dealership could order T-top and a 350 Engine in a firebird. Since all Convertibles started as a CC1 (T-Top) car and converted by ASC 1989 would also be the only year to get a 350 powered third generation Firebird convertible.

1989 Firebird Convertible production figures From 1989 ASC order logs

  • 2 – TURBO TRANS AM (V6 Turbo)
  • 156 – GTA or Trans Am -w/L98 (350 TPI)
  • 43 – FORMULA 350 – w/L98 (350 TPI)
  • 9 – GTA or Trans Am LB9 "F" (305 TPI)
  • 18 – FORMULA – W/LB9 (305 TPI)
  • 4 – Trans Am LO3 "E" (305 TBI)
  • 57 – Firebird or Formula – W/LO3 (305 TBI)
  • 38 – Firebird – W/LB8 (2.8L V6)
  • 3 - Not Listed in Dealer Order Logs

– - – ASC Reported a total of 330 Firebird Convertibles in 1989,

Information comes from 1989 ASC Order log, the Order log show only 324 of the reported 330 convertibles, as of August 2020, three of those missing 6 vehicles have been identified and added to the above data. As a side note there are a known 5 L98 Powered Camaros made in 1987, making the total number of L98 Powered Firebird and Camaro Convertibles produced some of the rarest and sought after third Gens made with a total of around 200 produced for both lines all years combined.

1990[edit]

A driver's side airbag was made standard. The Firebird interior again received a redesign, this time the changes were much less drastic: the lower dash and under-dash panels were altered, and accessory switches were moved to a new panel above the heater and radio controls. The deluxe contoured interior door panels that were standard in GTAs and available in Trans Ams were no longer available. All models would have to make do with the rather crude, flat, carpeted door panels, although if leather seats were ordered, genuine perforated leather was added above the armrest on the basic door panels. In GTAs the cheap door panels looked very out of place next to the exotic looking articulating seats. The console got a new shift indicator. This time, there was actually a needle to indicate what gear you had selected. Previously, you just had to line up the shifter handle with the markings. Steering wheel mounted radio controls disappeared from the GTA (due to the addition of the airbag), and the L98 engine was no longer offered in the T-top cars due to fuel economy regulations. The LB9 and L98 platforms were updated with new speed density fuel injection, and the elimination of the MAF sensor reduced production costs and supposedly improved performance. All L98-equipped cars now received the N10 dual catalytic converters as standard, which technically was a mid year change for 1989.

Like the Camaro, the 1990 Firebird only received a half-year production run, as Pontiac labored to release the restyled 1991 model. Production ceased on December 31, 1989.

ASC reported making no Firebird Convertibles for 1990.

1991[edit]

1991 Firebird with restyled nose.
Trans Am Convertible's with Camel leather had GTA wheels and seats standard. There were no GTA convertibles from 1991 on.

All Firebirds received restyled noses loosely fashioned after the "Banshee IV" show car while Pontiac was developing the all-new Fourth Generation platform. The Trans Am's ground effects were re-styled as well, and were made available as an appearance package on the base model Firebird, but unavailable on the Formula. The Trans Am and Formula received a new fiberglass-constructed, flat, wrap-around wing, The Trans Am and GTA received updated two-piece tail lights with "PONTIAC" scripted in orange across the panels, and the center, high-mounted stop lamps were moved to inside the top edge of the rear hatch.

The Formula was the only third generation F-body to get to T-tops with a 350 Engine starting in MID year 1991 & 1992, to get a FORMULA 350 T-top car the black cross laced wheels (as installed on the Trans AM) were mandatory.

Due to its lighter weight and improved aerodynamics the Firebird Convertible was finally available through GM's normal ordering procedures. ASC still converted T-top cars into convertibles but the ordering process was simplified and dealers would no longer need to have the cars drop shipped to ASC in Michigan. The Convertibles were offered with one of three engine options: LHO 3.1L V6, the L03 5.0L V8 for the base Firebird, or the LB9 5.0L V8 Trans Am only.

An improvement on the T-top cars was introduced mid year on all F-bodies. T-top cars now came with new seals which greatly reduced leaks into the passenger compartment.

Beginning in 1991, SLP (Street Legal Performance) modified a factory-built Formula into what they called the "Firehawk". Once a Formula had been ordered or purchased, this limited-availability option (RPO code B4U) could be specified, and the vehicle was sent to SLP to be modified. No two cars SLP produced were alike; they all were special orders. SLP had anticipated making 250 of these special Firebird Formulas, but in fact, only 27 were ordered; and of those, only 25 were ever built (numbered 1–25 for hardtops – with numbers 18 and 23 never being built – and the only Firehawk Convertible was numbered 27 which was the only non-formula). Of those 25 Firehawks, 21 were "Mandatory" Red, 1 Aqua, 1 White, 1 Blue, and 1 Green; 11 had the Competition Package, 3 came with Aluminum Engine Blocks, 1 had T-Tops, and 1 was a Convertible.

FIREHAWK SPECIFICATIONS

Standard Features: $39,995

  • SLP modified 350 engine rated at 350 hp @ 5500 rpm and 390 lb⋅ft (530 N⋅m) @ 4400 rpm
  • 17"X9.5" Ronal alloy wheels with Firestone Firehawk SZ P275/40/ZR17 tires
  • ZF 6-speed manual transmission with carbon fiber clutch
  • Stainless Steel catalytic converter and exhaust system
  • A Dana 44 rear axle with 3.54:1 Posi-gears
  • Special Firehawk badging, decals and numbered plaque

Competition Package: $9,995

  • Cross-drilled 13 in Brembo Ferrari F-40 brakes
  • Full roll cage minus the back seat
  • Aluminum hood
  • Recaro racing seats with full harnesses by Simpson and rear seat delete.

Engine:

  • 4-bolt main engine block
  • Forged steel crankshaft
  • 1053 alloy, forged steel "Pink" connecting rods
  • Light-weight, high-silicon, cast aluminum pistons
  • Steel billet hydraulic roller camshaft
  • High-output aluminum cylinder heads with stainless steel valves
  • Port injection intake manifold designed by Ray Falconer

Performance:(according to SLP brochure)

  • Weight-to-power ratio: 9.7 lb per hp
  • Acceleration (0 to 60 mph): 4.6 seconds
  • Quarter mile: 13.2 seconds @ 107 mph (172 km/h)
  • Top speed: 160 mph (260 km/h)
  • Skid pad: 0.88g on full tread

Motor Trend test results:[19]

  • Acceleration (0 to 60 mph): 4.9 seconds
  • Quarter mile: 13.4 seconds @ 105 mph (169 km/h)
  • Braking 60–0: 135 ft (41 m).
  • Skid pad: 0.94g
  • Slalom: 68.3 mph (109.9 km/h)

1992[edit]

1992 Base-model Firebird (V6)

This marked the final production year for the Third Generation platform. Release of the Fourth Generation model was imminent, and Pontiac made few changes to the 1992 Firebird. The special edition Formula Firehawk that appeared in 1991 was still available, although a lot of dealers were unaware of its existence. The lack of awareness and a sky high price tag conspired to keep the sales figures down on the special Firehawk. As for the rest of the line, new exterior colors were available, including a bright "Jamaica Yellow". One interior color was changed, from the camel colored beechwood to a greyish beige. Convertibles were still available. One improvement made on all 1992 F-bodies was the addition of some extra bonding agents to stiffen the structure of the cars. The extra bonding was an attempt to correct squeaks and rattles that some owners had complained about. This also allowed GM to experiment with some of the new technologies which were to be implemented on the fourth generation cars. Mid-year, TPI-equipped cars only received blank throttle body plates rather than ones that had been marked "TUNED PORT INJECTION" on similar engines in prior model years; and black-painted valve covers replaced the silver components from previous years. As use of the L98 in the Corvette had come to an end, rough-cast runners found their way into L98-equipped Firebirds, and some cars received special rubber snubbers on the rear hatch frame that were designed to make the hatch more stable. This would be the last year for the light weight deep dish cross-laced wheels that had been available since 1987, and had been styled to look like expensive aftermarket rims. It would be the last year for the GTA, the last year for concealed windshield wipers, and the last year for the aerodynamic body with the long hood and low roofline. It was also the last year for full leather covering on the front seats. Some GTA's ended up with drum brakes on the rear, presumably because of a shortage of disc brake parts. Buyers were compensated for the downgrade. Ultimately, very few Trans Ams, GTA's, and Formulas were produced in this model year, as most buyers were waiting for the next-generation models.

GTA production figures:

Engines[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^"JERRY PALMER – GM/CHEVROLET – 2000 CORVETTE HALL OF FAME". Corvette Museum.
  2. ^Gary Witzenburg (October 31, 2011). "Chevrolet Camaro: From challenger to champion". Automotive News.
  3. ^"1982 Camaro". camaro3rdgen. Archived from the original on April 15, 2011. Retrieved October 10, 2010.
  4. ^Gunnel, John Illustrated Firebird Buyer's Guide Second Edition (Motorbooks International, 1992) p.149
  5. ^Gunnel, John Illustrated Firebird Buyer's Guide Second Edition (Motorbooks International, 1992) p.152
  6. ^Gunnel, John Illustrated Firebird Buyer's Guide Second Edition(Motorbooks International, 1992) p. 150
  7. ^Gunnel, John Standard Catalog of Firebird 1967–2002 (Krause Publications, 2002) p. 97
  8. ^fueleconomy.gov "Find a Car; 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985 Firebird 2.5L 5-speed fuel economy Official EPA Window Sticker MPG" Web. July 4, 2010
  9. ^Gunnel, John Standard Catalog of Firebird 1967–2002 (Krause Publications, 2002) pp. 99–101
  10. ^"Knight Rider 2000 - Jay Ohrberg's Hollywood Cars". Retrieved August 27, 2016.
  11. ^Heasley, Jerry "Vroom with a View; 1989 Turbo Trans Am Pace Car...convertible?" Muscle Car Review February 1990: p.64. Print
  12. ^ abCsere, Csaba "20th Anniversary Pontiac Trans Am; Gentlemen, light your tires" Car and Driver June 1989 Print
  13. ^Motor Trend, June 1989-Volume 41 Number 6 pp. 42–47, 50, 54
  14. ^"Flat-out Fastest American Cars II-the Sequel." Motor Trend June 1989-Volume 41 Number 6: pp. 42–47, 50, 54. Print
  15. ^"Pontiac Playthings" High Performance Pontiac December 1989: pp.19–22. Print
  16. ^Heasley, Jerry "Vroom With a View; 1989 Turbo Trans Am Pace Car...convertible?" Muscle Car Review February 1990: p.65
  17. ^Pontiac Historic Services, Letter signed by Jim Mattison, September 21, 2007
  18. ^American Specialty Cars Inc. Firebird order log, August 21, 1989
  19. ^Ross, Daniel Charlton "Pontiac Formula Firehawk; The Genie in the Bottle Delivers" Motor Trend December 1991: pp. 50–52. Print

External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pontiac_Firebird_(third_generation)
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1984 Trans Am Autoform Roadster Project .  Super rare, rust free project car.                                                        

1983 Trans Am T-Top Rolling Replacement Body Shell .  Great condition with only a few imperfections.       


1987 Trans Am Rolling Replacement Body Shell .  Excellent condition with no issues.                            

1982-84 Trans Am RH Fender  .  Great condition.   No rust, dents or filler.   Removed from a 1983 Trans Am.  Email for extra images.



1985-92 Firebird, Formula LH Fender  .  Great condition.   No rust or filler.  Has some small dents lower front.   Removed from a 1987 Firebird.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 GTA RH Fender .  Great condition.  No rust or filler.  It has a dent on the lower portion that was hidden by the ground effects panel. Removed from a 1988 GTA.  Email for extra images.


1985-92 Firebird LH Fender  .  Good condition.   No rust.  It does have some body filler and minor dings.   Removed from a 1988 Firebird.  Email for extra images.

1985-92 Firebird RH Fender .  Nice condition.   No rust or dents.  It does have some minor filler.   Removed from a 1988 Firebird.  Email for extra images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW regulator.   Removed from a 1982 Firebird, so no molding holes.  Email for images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW regulator.   Removed from a 1982 Firebird, so no molding holes.  Email for images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.   Removed from a 1987 Firebird.   Not original paint.  Email for images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.   Removed from a 1987 Trans Am   Has small dent at mirror mounting area.   Email for images.


1982-92 Firebird RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler.  Complete with glass and PW regulator.  Has no molding holes.  Removed from a 1987 Firebird.  Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird LH Door .  Great condition. No rust or filler, has some minor dents.  Complete with glass and manual regulator.  Has no molding holes.  Removed from a 1989 Firebird.  Email for extra images.


1982-83 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door Assy .  Great condition.  Minor dings, no filler.  Has a small rust bubble.   No mounting holes for ground effects.  Complete manual regulator door.   Also fits 1982-92 Firebird.  Email for images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete door minus the window regulator.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.


Pair 1982-92 Firebird, 1982-83 Trans Am Doors  .  Great condition. No rust or filler, LH door has a very small dent.  Doors are complete with manual regulators.   The paint is ugly so we are selling them cheap.  They will fit all 1982-92 Firebird & Trans Ams as they have no mounting holes for the ground effects.   Email for extra images.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete minus glass, has PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW & PDLs.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1985-90 Trans Am.  Email for images.



1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, or dents.  Has very minor filler.  Complete minus the power window regulator.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1991-92.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, or dents.  Has very minor filler.  Complete minus the power window regulator.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1991-92.


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW regulator.  Has some small access holes on inner panel.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1991-92. Email for extra images.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler. Complete with PW regulator.  Fits 1982-92, but has the molding holes for the 1991-92.  Email for extra images.


1985-90 Trans Am Complete RH Quarter Panel .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler.  Includes excellent frame rail & wheel house. This part is the same for all 1982-92 Firebird & Trans Am minus the molding holes.

1985-90 Trans Am Complete LH Quarter Panel .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler.  Includes excellent frame rail & wheel house.   This part is the same for all 1982-92 Firebird & Trans Am minus the molding holes.


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Complete LH Quarter Panel .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler.  Includes excellent frame rail & wheel house.  This part is the same for all 1982-92 Firebird & Trans Am minus the molding holes.  Email for more images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Quarter Panel .  Great condition. No rust or filler, has a couple of small dents.  Removed from a 1982 Firebird.  Has no molding holes.    Email for more images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am T-Top Roof .  Great condition with no repairs or body damage.  Has some minor rust that had been treated with POR15.   Email extra images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am T-Top Roof .  Great condition with no repairs or body damage.    Email extra images.


1982-92 Firebird Hood .  Great condition.  No rust or filler, not bent or separated.  Has small dent on front edge.  Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird Hood .  Great condition.  No rust or filler, not bent or separated.   Email for extra images.

1982-84 Trans Am Hood .  Great condition.  No rust, dents or filler, not bent or separated.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 Trans Am Hood .  Very nice condition.  No rust, dents  or filler, not bent or separated.  Inserts included.  Email for images.


1982-84 Trans Am Air Intake Grill & Trough.  Great condition with no issues.

1982-83 Trans Am Crossfire Injection Air Intake Set Up.  Great condition. Motor not working.

1985-90 Trans Am Hood Insert Set


.  Great condition. No rust or dents.   Ships FedEx Ground

.  Great condition. No rust or dents.   Ships FedEx Ground


1982 Firebird Rear Hatch Assy .  Great condition.

1989 Firebird Rear Hatch Assy .  Great condition. Email for extra images.

1991 Firebird Rear Hatch Assy .  Great condition. Email for extra images.


Pair 1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Hatch Hinges

Pair 1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Core Support Cross Braces

Pair 1982-84 Trans Am Fender Extractors . Great condition with no issues.

Pair 1985-90 Trans Am Fender Extractors . Great condition, complete, RH has one broken tab.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Complete Manual Transmission Floor Assy .  Great condition.  No rust at all.  Removed from a 1982 Trans Am.    Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Complete Automatic Floor Assy .  Great condition.  No rust at all.  Removed from a 1988 GTA.   Has some dents on bottom of rockers, but the floor is nice.  Email for extra images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Complete Automatic Floor Assy .  Great condition.  No rust at all.  Removed from a 1989 GTA.   Has some dents on bottom of rockers, but the floor is nice.  Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Complete Automatic Floor Assy .  Great condition.  No rust at all.  Removed from a 1989 Firebird.   Has some collision damage, but the floor is nice.  Email for extra images.


1984 Firebird, Trans Am LH Quarter Panel Repair Section .  Great condition. No rust or filler.  Has a small dent.  Email for images. Ships FedEx Ground.

1984 Firebird, Trans Am RH Quarter Panel Repair Section .  Great condition. No rust, dents or filler.  Ships FedEx Ground.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Core Support & Battery Tray Section .  Very nice condition.  No rust or body damage.  Removed from a 1988.  Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RR QP Repair Section with Drop Off .  Very nice condition, no rust.  Removed from a 1987 Trans Am.  Email for extra images.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LR QP Repair Section with Drop Off .  Very nice condition, no rust.  Removed from a 1982 Trans Am.  Email for extra images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH A-Pillar  .  Great  condition.   No rust.  Removed from a GM T-Top car.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH A-Pillar  .  Great  condition.   Has some surface rust in T-Top channel.  Removed from a GM T-Top car.

 .  Great  condition.   No rust.

 .  Great  condition.   No rust.


1984 Firebird, Trans Am LH Front Floor & Toe Panel Section .  Excellent condition, no rust.  Includes area under the front seat.    Should fit 1982-92.

1984 Firebird, Trans Am RH Front Floor & Toe Panel Section .  Excellent condition, no rust.  Includes area under the front seat.    Should fit 1982-92.

1987 Firebird, Trans Am LH Front Floor & Toe Panel Section .  Great condition, no rust.   Should fit 1982-92.  Underside braces are dented.  Email for images.

1984 Firebird, Trans Am RH Front Floor & Toe Panel Section .  Excellent condition, no rust.   Should fit 1982-92.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LR Floor & Rocker Section .  Great condition, no rust.   Removed from a 1984 Trans Am, has some dents on understructure.  

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RR Floor & Rocker Section .  Great condition, no rust.   Removed from a 1984 Trans Am, has some dents on understructure.  

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LR Floor & Rocker Section .  Great condition, no rust.   Removed from a 1987 Trans Am, has some dents on understructure.  

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RR Floor & Rocker Section .  Great condition, no rust.   Removed from a 1987 Trans Am, has some dents on understructure.  


1987 Firebird, Trans Am LH Front Wheelhouse Assy .  Great condition.  No rust dents or filler. Should be the same for all 1982-92.

1991 Firebird, Trans Am RH Front Wheelhouse Assy .  Great condition.  No rust dents or filler. Should be the same for all 1982-92.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am RF Body Section .  Great condition.  No rust or body damage.  Includes battery tray area.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LF Body Section .  Great condition.  No rust or body damage.  Includes battery tray area.  Email for extra images.


1983 Firebird, Trans Am RH Front Wheelhouse Assy .  Great condition.  No rust dents or filler. Should be the same for all 1982-92.  Email for extra images.

1983 Firebird, Trans Am LH Front Wheelhouse Assy .  Great condition.  No rust dents or filler. Should be the same for all 1982-92.  Email for extra images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Front Cowl & Understructure Repair Section .  Great condition. Removed from a 1987 Firebird.  Email for extra images.

1986 Firebird, Trans Am T-Top WS Frame With Cowl & Well Section .  Great condition. Minor rust pits in window channel only.  

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Upper Trunk Floor Section .  Great condition.  All or part, same price.    


1982-92 Trans Am GM T-Top Separator Panel .  Great condition not rusty.  

1984-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH T-Top Assy .  Great condition.  Gray tinted glass has some scratches.  Email for extra image.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH T-Top Interior Trim .  Great condition with minor scratches in plastic.  

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am GM T-Top Mounting Bracket Set .  Great condition.


1982-84 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Tail Panel Section .  Excellent condition, no rust.   Should fit 1982-92.  Email for more images.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Tail Panel Section .  Excellent condition, no rust.   Should fit 1982-92.


1984 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Clip Section .  Great condition.  No dents, rust or filler. Should be the same 1982-90. Email for extra images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Clip Section .  Great condition.  No dents, rust or filler.  Removed from a 1986.


1984 Trans Am Upper Cowl Assy .  Great  condition.   No dents, bends or rust.  Should be the same for 1982-92.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Seat Brace Set


1989 Firebird, Trans Am Conv Top Boot Assy .  Great condition & complete.  Upholstery not perfect.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 Trans Am Rear Aero Spoiler Assy .  Great  condition.  Has no issues. Original GM.  For local pickup only.   Email for extra images.


1982-84 & 1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Pedestal Spoiler Assy.  Great  condition.  Complete with pads and mounting hardware.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Pedestal Spoiler Assy .  Great  condition.   Has prevision for third brake light.   Complete with pads and mounting hardware.  Email for extra images.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Trunk Lid .  Great  condition.  No rust or dents,  Spoiler hole have been filled.  Email for extra image.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Trunk Lid .  Great  condition.  No rust, dents or filler.  For cars with the pedestal spoiler.  Email for extra images.


1985-90 Trans Am Trunk Lid  .  Great  condition.  No rust, dents or filler.  Has holes for pedestal spoiler and brake light.  Email for the extra images.

1985-90 Trans Am Trunk Lid  .  Great  condition.  No rust, dents or filler.  Has holes for aero spoiler and brake light.  Email for the extra images.


1991-92 Trans Am Trunk Lid  .  Great  condition.  No rust, dents or filler.  Has holes for Trans Am spoiler.  Email for extra images.

1991-92 Firebird Formula Trunk Lid  .  Great  condition.  No rust, dents or filler.  Has holes for Formula spoiler.  Email for the extra images.


1982-84 Trans Am Front Bumper Cushion .  Great  condition with no issues.

 .  Great  condition.   No dents, bends or rust.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front Bumper Cushion .  Great  condition with no issues.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front Bumper.  Great  condition.   No dents, bends or rust.


1991-92 Trans Am Front Bumper Cushion .  Great  condition with no issues.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Front Bumper


.  Great  condition with no issues.

.  Great  condition.   No dents, bends or rust.  


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Bumper Cushion.  Great  condition.


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Bumper Cushion .  Great  condition.

1991-92 Trans Am Rear Bumper .  Great  condition.   No dents, bends or rust.  


1982-83 Trans Am Rear Bumper Cover .  Very nice condition.   Has no issues.  Email for more images.

1982-83 Trans Am Rear Bumper Cover  .  Very nice condition.   Email for more images.


1985-90 Firebird Rear Bumper Cover  .  Great condition.   Email for more images.

1985-90 Trans Am Rear Bumper Cover  .  Very nice condition.   Has no issues.  Email for more images.


1991-92 Firebird Formula Rear Bumper Cover  .  Great condition.   Has no issues.

1991-92 Trans Am Rear Bumper Cover  .  Great condition.   Has no issues.   Email for extra images.


1982-83 Firebird, Trans Am Front Bumper Cover .  Great  condition.   No cracks or tears.  Has small indentation that would be hidden be the license plate.   Email for more images.

1984 Trans Am Front Bumper Cover  .  Great  condition.   No cracks, paint is peeling off  and grills are bad.   Email for more images.


1985-90 Trans Am, GTA Front Bumper Cover .  Great condition with no issues.  Email for more images.

1985-90 Firebird Front Bumper Cover .  Great  condition with no issues   Email for more images.


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Front Bumper Cover .  Great condition with ugly paint with a couple minor imperfections.  No repairs.  Email for more images.

1991-92 Firebird Formula Front Bumper Cover .  Looks great, but it has a crack on the upper RH park light area.   Email for more images.


1982-92 Trans Am LH Sport Mirror

1982-92 Trans Am LH Power Sport Mirror

1982-92 Trans Am Pair Sport Mirrors

Pair 1982-92 Trans Am Power Mirrors


Pair 1982-92 Trans Am Power Mirrors

1982-92 Trans Am LH Sport Mirror

Pair 1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front Fender Body Side Moldings

Pair 1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front Inner Fender Well Liners


Pair 1984 Trans Am Bumper Cover Inserts.  Great condition.   Have some minor warpage and road pits.

.  Very nice, new reproduction. #AUS995.


1989 Firebird V8 Lower Air Deflector .  Great condition.  #14107497.

.  Great condition.  #14107496.

.  Great condition. #14107487.

Pair 1985-90 Firebird Rear Bumper Cover Inserts .  Great condition with some minor scratches and an indention.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Rear Quarter Panel Ground Effect

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.


1982-83 Trans Am LF Ground Effect . Great condition. Some minor ground scrapes, no bad tabs. #10017679.

1982-83 Trans Am RF Ground Effect .  Some wheel scrapes and extra holes, no bad tabs. #10017678.  Email for images.

1985-90 Trans Am LF Ground Effect .  Great condition.  Has some cracks and broken tabs.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 Trans Am RF Ground Effect .  Great condition.  Has some cracks and broken tabs.  Email for extra images.


1985-90 Trans Am Front Air Deflector Set . Great condition. Some scrapes and minor distortion.  

1985-90 Firebird Front Air Deflector Set . Great condition. Some scrapes.  Removed from a 1989 Firebird.  Email for extra images.



1988 Firebird LF Air Deflector .  Nice condition.   Has some indentations.  No broken tabs.  #10017677 Fits several years.

1988 Firebird RF Air Deflector .  Nice condition.   Has some indentations.  No broken tabs.  #10017676 Fits several years.

1982 Firebird LF Ground Effect . Great condition.  #10017677.  Should fit several years of Firebird.

Pair 1982-83 Trans Am Quarter Panel Ground Effects.  Great condition.   


.  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.

1984 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door Molding


.  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.

.  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Door Molding.  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.  Has some minor chips on edges.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Door Molding .  Great condition.  Not split or cracked.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Ground Effects Molding .  Nice condition.   Has a couple of cracks.  Email for extra images.

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am RH Ground Effects Molding .  Nice condition.   Not split or cracked.  Has a indention on bottom edge.  Email for extra images.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am LH Ground Effects Molding .  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.  

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am RH Ground Effects Molding .  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.  Has minor rub marks from the door.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Convertible LH Ground Effects Molding .  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.  

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Convertible RH Ground Effects Molding .  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.  


1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Ground Effects Molding .  Great condition.   Not split or cracked.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am RH Ground Effects Molding .  Nice condition.   Has one torn mounting tab.  Email for extra images.


Trans Am Ground Effects Skirting

Pair 1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Ground Effect Mounting Brackets


Pair 1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Ground Effect Mounting Brackets

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.  #10107591.


Pair 1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Convertible Ground Effect Mounting Brackets

1982-84 Firebird, Trans Am Upper Bumper Cover Reinforcement.  Great condition.  May have some light surface rust.  


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Upper Bumper Cover Reinforcement.  Great condition.  

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am Upper Bumper Cover Reinforcement


Inflator Can for Space Saver Spare with Bracket .  Very nice condition.  Fits 1982-92 with Space Saver.   

1982 Firebird, Trans Am Space Saver Spare .  Great condition.  Never used.  Has wear on back side.  Email for extra images.

1984 Firebird, Trans Am Trunk Donut Spare .  Great condition. Slightly used.  Firestone T125/70 D15.

1989 Firebird, Trans Am Trunk Donut Spare .  Great condition. Slightly used.  Goodyear T125/70 D15.


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1982-92 Firebird Bare Sub Frame


.  Great condition.  Nice and tight.  May need new rams.

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.


.  Great condition.

1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front Filler Panel

1987 Firebird, Trans Am  Hood Bumper Set .  Great condition.   Should be the same for 1982-92.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Battery Hold Down


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Battery Support Bracket

1982-84 Firebird, Trans Am Washer Fluid Bottle

1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Washer Fluid Bottle .  Great condition.  #10035811.

1990-92 Firebird, Trans Am Washer Fluid Bottle Assy


Pair 1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Squirter Nozzels

1982 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Wiper and Washer Set .  Great condition.  Tested, working.  You get the parts in the image.  From what we can tell, this is everything required other than the hole in the deck lid and body.  Should work on all 1982-92 Firebird and Trans Ams.

1982 Firebird, Trans Am Rear Wiper Parts .  Great condition.  Tested, working.  You get the parts in the image.

Pair 1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Squirter Nozzles


1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Pair Wiper Arm Assys

1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Pair Wiper Arm Assys

.  Great condition.   

.  Great condition, tested.


.  Great condition.  Tested.  Needs washer pump.  Covers are always cracked.

.  Great condition.  Tested.

1982 Firebird, Trans Am Fuel Vapor Release Valve .  Great condition, tested. May fit 1982-92.

.  Great condition.  For fuel injected cars.  Goes back by the fuel tank.


Pair 1992 Firebird 5.7 TBI Fuel Lines.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  No leaks, dents or rust.  Minor residue.

. Great condition.

.  Great condition.   


Pair 1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Fuel Tank Braces .  Great condition.

.  Great condition, tested and working.  Fuel pump on engine type.

1985-92 Firebird, Trans AM Fuel Sender Unit with New Pump .  Great condition, tested and working.  

.  Great condition, tested and working sending unit.  Needs new pump (on sender).


.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  

.  Excellent condition.  We have several factory colors in stock.   

.  Great condition.  


.  Great condition.

1989 Firebird, Trans Am Convertible Fuel Filler Neck Splash Shield .  Great condition. Should fit other years.

.  Great condition.   


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Drive Shaft

Pair 1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Horns

Set 1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am T-Top Door Alignment Pieces

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Floor Plugs


1982 Firebird, Trans Am Radiator Overflow Bottle .  Great condition.  #14019118.

1988 Firebird, Trans Am Radiator Overflow Bottle .  Great condition.  #14070997.

1992 Firebird, Trans Am Radiator Overflow Bottle Assy .  Great condition.  #10170174.


.  Great condition.   

1982 Firebird, Trans 305-4 Cruise Control .  Great condition.  Complete minus column switch.   


1986 Firebird, Trans Am 305-4 Cruise Control Parts .  Great condition.

1987 Firebird, Trans 5.0 TPI Cruise Control .  Great condition.  Complete minus column switch.   

1983-84 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Climate Control Unit with Cable .  Great condition.   

1983-84 Firebird, Trans Am Heater Controller with Cables .  Great condition.  Face faded from the sun.


1985-89 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Climate Control Unit

1985-89 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Climate Control Unit

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Climate Control Unit .  Great condition.  Has broken tab.  Perfect for parts.

1991-92 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Climate Control Unit .  Very nice condition.   Cable included.


1985-86 Firebird, Trans Am V8 A/C Vacuum Harness

1987 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Control Unit Cable .  Great condition.  Fits several years.

.  Great condition.  

1985-86 Firebird, Trans Am V8 A/C Vacuum Harness .  Great condition.  Removed from an 1986.

.  Great condition.


1988 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Inner Unit Vacuum Diaphragm Set.  Tested.  Should fit 1982-92.

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  


.  Great condition.   

.  Great condition.

1982-88 Firebird, Trans Am Evaporator & Accumulator Assy

1988-92 Firebird, Trans Am Evaporator & Accumulator Assy


.  Great condition.  All engines. Has forward facing lower evap. tube.

.  Great condition.  All engines.  Has vertical lower evaporator tube.

.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  


.  Great condition.

1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am LH Cowl Vent Cable .  Great condition.  Removed from a 1983.

Pair 1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am Non Air Cowl Vents .  Great condition.  Removed from a 1983. Some cracks on the mounts.

.  Great condition.  


.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  


.  Great condition.

.  Great condition.


.  Great condition.  

.  Great condition.  

1982 Trans Am 5.0-4 Heater Hose Tube .  Excellent condition.  Out of a/c car.

1986 Trans Am 5.7 TBI Heater Hose Tube .  Excellent condition.  Out of a/c car.


.  Great condition.

1988 Trans Am GTA 5.7 TPI V8 A/C Hose & Line Set .  Great condition.  

1988 Firebird 231 V6 A/C Hose Set .  Great condition.  

1989-91 Firebird 231 V6 A/C Hose Set .  Great condition.  


1987 Trans Am 5.0 TPI A/C Line .  Great condition.  

1989 Firebird, Trans Am 305 V8 A/C Hose Assy .  Great condition.

.  Great condition.  

1992 Firebird, Trans Am 305 V8 A/C Hose Assy .  Great condition.  Car was not driven.


1982-92 Firebird, Trans Am A/C Blower Resistor

1987 Trans Am GTA Emblems .  Great condition.  Two fender one roof.  There is a small chip in one of the fender emblems.

1988 Trans Am GTA Roof Emblem .  Great condition.  

Pair Firebird Fender Emblems .  Great condition.  Removed from a 1988.  Should fit several years.  Have minor paint over spray.


1985-90 Firebird, Trans Am Front License Plate Mounting Bracket Assy .  Great condition.

.  Great condition.

Pair 1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Park Light Assys .  Great condition. They have some minor road pits in lenses.

Pair 1982-90 Firebird, Trans Am Park Light Assys .  Very nice condition.  Removed from a low mileage garage kept car.


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1987 Pontiac Trans Am

Stripped-Down Burgundy Badass: 32k Mile 1987 Pontiac Trans Am GTA 5-Speed

Why We Like It

Not many people know that when the masterminds behind the Firebird elected to produce a top dog Trans Am, they went to the top dog of the skies for inspiration: the SR-71 Blackbird. Examining how the SR-71 was designed and put together, stylists were able to glean cues for the front fascia, side skirts, rear bumper, among a multitude of other subtle details. Look closely – especially head on – and you’ll see the face of SR-71. The new GTA would be Trans Am’s top level trim, loaded to the gills with enough Tupperware glued to the body that anyone looking would know, “Hey, it’s the ’80s, and because this thing is wearing all kinds of superficial garb, it’s the best of the best.” That’s just how it worked.

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stripped-down-burgundy-badass-32k-mile-1987-pontiac-trans-am-gta00U0U cWZ22gzqAO5 0CI0t2 1200x900But it wasn’t all for looks; most GTAs would be equipped with power everything, a top end stereo system, T-Tops, and often leather interiors. Under the hood, the majority would have the 5.0L, 305 CI V8 engine linked to either a 4-speed automatic or 5-speed manual transmission. A rare few would come with the monstrous 5.7L, 350 CI V-8, only available with the automatic, but it’s interesting to note that the 5-liter and 5-speed were both optional on GTA, providing a credit on the price. So, when one pops up with no T-Tops, crank windows, cloth seats, and the 5-liter with 5-speed, it strikes us as a bit offbeat, something seldom seen in that period. Interestingly, we wondered if it was initially bought as a gymkhana track car? It would be lighter as equipped, and the 5-speed provides more control over the engine, perfect for tight slaloming. Or maybe it was just ordered by a cheap bastard looking for all the flash and flare that is a GTA without the price of entry for all the other stuff? Who knows, but it’s only covered 32k miles from new – which is pretty much insanely low for a Trans Am. And when you factor in the rarity of the equipment this car is fitted with (or not fitted with) this little GTA becomes agonizingly interesting.

Painted Flame Red Metallic with a Camel-colored interior, the seller says it’s always been garaged, is all original, very clean, and in excellent condition. By the pictures, we have to agree – the paint shines like a maraschino cherry, and the interior looks like it’s never been used, the cloth appearing fresh and straight, the cushions looking uncrushed by body weight and G-Forces. The dashboard top is as flat as a playing card in the box, showing no visible imperfection and a set of clean, clear gauges. The original radio is nestled in place, and, despite the lacking features, the car does have air conditioning, which is cool. The door panels, and arm rests, which are notorious weak spots for Third Gen Firebirds, are immaculate, without stain or blemish from what we can see.stripped-down-burgundy-badass-32k-mile-1987-pontiac-trans-am-gta00T0T ejTNkMvyAYq 0CI0t2 1200x900

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All things told, taking into consideration the low miles, exquisite condition, manual transmission, and strangely lacking features – this car really speaks loudly to us. Hagerty’s Valuation Guide pegs #3 “Good” condition examples at $10,500, with #2 “Excellent” cars at $18,700 and #1 Concours quality all the way up to $30,300. This car’s listing price falls in between #3 and #2, although if we’re solely discussing the condition, the photos and description leads us to guess it likely leans much, much closer towards “Excellent”, making this one fair market in our eyes. Wrap yourself in some gold chains and Members Only and get ready to rock the scene.

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The Top 20 Firebirds And Trans Ams Of All-Time

Even though the Firebird wasn’t the first pony or muscle car or the best-selling model of them all, it is one of the most important fire-breathing machines to ever come out of Detroit. Despite the facts a new model hasn’t been released since 2002 and that Pontiac is gone as a brand, Firebird and Trans Am models are still respected and sought-after names in the muscle car world.

So, what made the Firebird and Trans Am so respected and universally loved? Simple, the combination of fantastic looks, powerful engines, cool styling, and ferocious street-racing reputations. So here’s a list of the 25 best Firebirds Pontiac ever produced.

  1. 1967 Pontiac Firebird

The new Pontiac debuted in February 1967, and immediately, it became one of the top muscle cars in its class. Pontiac equipped the ’67 Firebird with lots of options and five engine options: two inline sixes and three V8s. Buyers could get a coupe or a convertible, and there was the choice of an automatic or manual transmission.

Interestingly, the Pontiac came with a slightly higher price tag than the Chevrolet. However, the Firebird offered a few more options, which put it a bit above the Camaro on the market. The first-year sales figure of 82,000 Firebirds was less than the Ford Mustang or Chevrolet Camaro. But, it was still respectable in contrast to the Plymouth Barracuda or other similar models.

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