Pontiac 1971 Firebird 455 HO 4 speed,AC,Deluxe Interior,am/fm rare rear cassette
- Condition: Used
- Make: Pontiac
- Model: Firebird
- Type: Coupe
- Trim: Trans Am
- Year: 1971
- Mileage: 78,900
- Color: White
- Engine size: 455 HO
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Power options: Air Conditioning
- Fuel: Gasoline
- Transmission: Manual
- Drive type: RWD
- Interior color: Blue
- Options: Cassette Player
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1971 Pontiac FirebirdI am selling an amazing example of high quality rotisserie restored 1971 trans am 455 HO 4 speed with AC!!!
Only 882 4 speeds were built in 1971.
It was restored in 2010 and its a rare bird!
Complete number matching yes everything!Try to find one this complete again nearly impossible.
This car needs absolutely nothing ready to enjoy and win endless trophies.
I have the PHS docs with the sale of the vehicle.
The paint is a 9.8 out of 10.
The original glass is perfect.
The interior looks like new.
It has the very rare rear mounted cassette player less then 5% had this option.
The number matching M22 close ratio rock crusher trans shifts smooth.
The matching number 455 ho is fresh with only a few hundred miles on the rebuild runs strong like it should.
Car is sold as is no warranty.
Please come and check out the vehicle, odisappointmentshere trust me.
The front nose (endura bumper) has a few light stress cracks. Also the master cylinder should have 2 bleeders on the side this one doesnt.
I have been asked If I would trade yes!I would for a 1987 GNX low mileage only.1969 shelby GT500 SCJ 4 speed.1970 GSX stage 1 4 speed.1970 Cougar eliminator 428 scj 4 speed.Or possibly something else that is rare.
The 1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am
Wheelbase, nches: 108.0
Weight, bs: 3,580
Number built: 2,116
Base price: $4,595
Top Available Engine
Type: ohv V-8
Displacement, id: 455
Fuel system: 1 x 4bbl.
Compression ratio: 8.4:1
Horsepower @ rpm: 335 @ 4800
Torque @ rpm: 480 @ 3600
0-60 mph, ec: 5.9
1/4 mile, ec. @ mph: 13.9 @ 103
The 335-hp 455 High Output was the only engine in the '71 Trans Am. To create the 455 HO, ontiac borrowed the cylinder heads andcamshaftfrom the previous year's 345-hp Ram Air 400, nd added the aluminum intake manifold from the rowdy 370-hp 400 Ram Air IV.
The 455 had less advertised power than the '70 T/A mills, nd it couldn't wind as high. But at 8.4:1 compression (compared to 10.5:1 for the retired Ram Air 400s), t could run happily on a wider range offuels, as less temperamental than the Ram Air IV, nd with 480 lb-ft oftorqueat a usable 3600 rpm, t packed a real wallop around town. Plus, t had four-bolt mains for strength.