ORIGINAL DESERT CAR, FRESH PAINT & INTERIOR, #'S MATCH 400 V8, 4-SPEED, PS, PB!!

Price: US $24,995.00 Item location: Lithia Springs, Georgia, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Pontiac
  • Model: Firebird
  • SubModel: Trans Am
  • Type: Coupe
  • Doors: 2
  • Year: 1975
  • Mileage: 52,514
  • Color: Silver
  • Engine size: 400 V8
  • Power options: Power locks
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Interior color: Red
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1975 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am

1975 might not be the most popular year for a Trans Am, ut clean examples like this Sterling Silver car here are hard to ignore. Professionally done paint, ally wheels, lack buckets, 4-speed transmission, ry climate ownership, nd matching numbers make this 2-owner T/A one to take home.Sterling Silver is a great color with an even better name. Silver 'Birds are especially cool thanks to their contrasting decals-that bright red and black screaming chicken on the hood just stands out in a sea of red, hite, nd especially black cars. With its red accents it looks exactly as Pontiac intended: halfway between full 1970's funky and demonically possessed. The bumpers, o frequently twisted and warped by time and heat, re in great shape here. The original tinted glass is clean, s are the taillights and trim. Panel gaps are better than average, nd the bodywork was done to a high standard within the last few months. There are new door and trunk seals as well as new window felts, o it seals up well and doesn't rattle down the road like some of its siblings. Standing back and taking the car in as a whole is an easy way to see why Pontiac moved more than 27,000 Trans Ams in 1975, early a threefold increase over 1974. Pontiac's pony car was on its stratospheric rise to 1970's royalty.Inside, he correct red vinyl interior is in excellent shape and looks like a million bucks. New seat covers from Legendary are supported by fresh foam padding underneath. Full instrumentation was standard on Trans Ams, nd the dials look great set in to the engine-turned instrument panel. The dash pad is in great shape as is the center console, oth of which appear to be original. There's a Formula steering wheel in your hands, ower windows at your disposal and a new Retrosound AM/FM stereo radio in the dash. And yes, hat's a manual transmission, hich is always a welcome sight in a car that presumes to be a performance machine. Trans Ams have a comfortable ride and some of the best handling of their era, nd a car like this is pleasure to drive. You even get a good-sized trunk, hich is in excellent condition and only in need of a new mat.Under the hood is the original, umbers-matching 400 cubic inch V8. It's not just the block that matches, ecause this one was fully rebuilt to stock specs and runs great. You'll see a very nicely detailed engine bay that looks pretty much the way Pontiac did it in 1975. That means corporate turquoise paint on the block, tandard steel valve covers, nd that big hood scoop up top. There's a proper Quadra-Jet carb living underneath and things like the belts, lugs, ires, lternator, nd battery were recently replaced. The original cowl tag is in place and confirms the car's options, nd the finishes are nicely done and correct throughout. The chassis was cleaned and detailed but remains largely original, ncluding the red oxide primer on the floors. A new dual exhaust system sounds suitably burly and there's a new gas tank hanging out back. Restored Pontiac Rally II wheels wearing 225/70/15 BFGoodrich tires are at all four corners, nd fill the wheel arches perfectly.This car was in the original owner's family until last year, nd spent its entire life in Arizona. If you want a clean mid-70s Trans Am, hey really don't come much nicer than this. Call today!